Residency Overview


UC PGY-1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency with a focus on the underserved
The Community Pharmacy Residency Program prepares residents to fill positions as clinical providers of advanced patient care services in community pharmacy settings with a focus on underserved communities. Learn more about the Community Pharmacy program with a focus on the underserved. Click here to learn more about our Community-based residency with a focus on geriatric populations. 


PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy - Kroger/UC
The Kroger Pharmacy/University of Cincinnati Community Pharmacy Residency Program offers a unique and challenging post-graduate training opportunity to develop advanced skills in community pharmacy practice and to shape the future leaders of the profession. Learn more about Community Pharmacy program with Kroger.

Current Residents

Please use the directory information below to learn more information about our residents and their practice sites.

Cincinnati Health Department - Dr. Amber Etzel

St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy - Dr. Jessica Thomson

Medication Managers/LifeLine - Dr. Nettie Emmelhainz and Dr. Ehtesham Shafique

Kroger PGY1 - Dr. Brandon McCrea and Dr. Lauren Kline

Kroger PGY1/PGY1 - Dr. Rebecca Lahrman


Ehtesham Shafique

Resident, Medication Managers

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