The current residents of Atlantic Health System's pharmacy residency include:
Dr. Aioub graduated from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University in May 2017. She was raised in New Jersey and has never moved (at least not yet). Her passion for pharmacy and patient care developed as she shadowed various clinical pharmacists and worked as a pharmacy intern at Stop & Shop Pharmacy.
She is looking forward to gaining more practical experience, building upon her clinical knowledge, and improving her decision making skills throughout this residency year. Dr. Aioub also enjoys teaching and mentoring and is excited for those areas of the program. Her professional interests include pediatrics, critical care, and ambulatory care and she hopes to pursue a PGY2 in one of these areas.
Dr. Narang graduated from the Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in May 2017. She was born in Pennsylvania, and grew up in Fairfax, Virginia. Her pharmacy career started with work as a technician in the retail sector. However, it was her experiences during clinical rotations that sparked an interest in hospital pharmacy. Ultimately, the ability to provide patient-centered care, combined with the opportunity for further learning motivated her to pursue a PGY-1 residency.
During the year, Dr. Narang looks forward to expanding her horizons and advancing her clinical knowledge in preparation for a PGY-2 in one of her areas of interest--critical care, emergency medicine, and pediatrics--with the goal of pursuing a career in clinical pharmacy.
Dr. Dhara graduated from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University in May 2017. She was raised in Jersey City, New Jersey and now lives in Cliffwood, New Jersey. Her interest in hospital pharmacy first began during her introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) rotations and grew throughout her advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) rotations.
Her current professional interests include ambulatory care and pediatrics. Dr. Shah is also looking forward to expanding her pharmacy knowledge and building upon her clinical skills in various settings. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, she would like to pursue a PGY2 residency in one of her interest areas.
Dr. Oh graduated from Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University in May 2017. She was born in New York City and raised in Randolph, New Jersey. Her interest in hospital pharmacy began while taking critical care and palliative care courses in pharmacy school and grew during her advanced pharmacy practice experience rotations.
Dr. Oh looks forward to expanding her clinical knowledge to better prepare her for a career in clinical pharmacy. She has an interest in acute care and plans to pursue a PGY2 residency in that field.