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Current Resident



Dr. Janise Phillips is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Florida A&M University and subsequently completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at WellStar Kennestone Hospital. Dr. Phillips’ professional interests include trauma, emergency medicine, infectious diseases, and academia. Her current research project will evaluate dose-adjusted enoxaparin for VTE prophylaxis in trauma patients. Janise chose to pursue a residency at Palmetto Health Richland because of the wide variety of critical care rotations available, the numerous teaching opportunities with the South Carolina College of Pharmacy, and the highly qualified preceptors. Following the completion of her PGY2 Critical Care Specialty Residency, Dr. Phillips plans to pursue a clinical specialist position in an intensive care unit at an academic medical institution. Outside of her professional interests, Janise enjoys swimming, biking, traveling, and taking her dogs to the park.

Past Residents 



     Minou Khazan, Ph.D., PharmD
     Critical Care Pharmacist
     McLeod Regional Medical Center
     Florence, South Carolina

Evaluation of the impact of clinical pulmonary infection scoring on the antibiotic use in the medical intensive care unit 


     Brent Carlson, PharmD, BCPS
     Critical Care Pharmacist
     Wilson Medical Center
     Binghamton, New York

Time to First Antibiotic Dose in the Intensive Care Unit


     Michael W. Perry, PharmD, BCPS
     Clinical Assistant Professor
     Duquesne University / Mylan School of Pharmacy
     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Outcomes of Extended Infusion Piperacillin-Tazobactam Dosing Compared to Traditional Dosing Strategies in Patients Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit


     Ann Ruffel Hylton, PharmD, BCPS
     Assistant Professor
     Appalachian College of Pharmacy
     Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Department
     Bristol Regional Medical Center
     Bristol, Tennessee

Impact of a Daily Interruption of Sedation Guideline on Sedative Medication Usage in the Medical Intensive Care Unit