NMMC’s Pharmacy Residency Program Graduates Three
TUPELO, Miss.—North Mississippi Medical Center recently graduated three pharmacists from its Pharmacy Residency Program.
Accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in July 1994, the NMMC residency program now boasts 66 residency graduates. The 12-month post-graduate program offers a broad range of elective rotations and additional learning experiences. Recent graduates are:
- Lauryn Easley, Pharm.D., who has accepted a position with NMMC’s Pharmacy Department in Tupelo. Originally from Laurel, she completed her pre-pharmacy education at Jones Community College and the University of Mississippi. She received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Mississippi in 2020.
- Brett Lambert, Pharm.D., who is pursuing an ambulatory care residency at AdventHealth in East Orlando, Florida. He attended the University of Louisiana Monroe for his undergraduate and doctoral degrees in pharmacy. He is a native of Slidell, Louisiana.
- Grace Orman, Pharm.D., who has accepted a position with NMMC’s Pharmacy Department in Tupelo. An Oxford native, she completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Mississippi and her Doctorate of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy in 2020.
For more information about NMMC’s Pharmacy Residency Program, visit www.nmhs.net/pharmacy-residency.