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PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

Katelyn Carswell, PharmD

Katelyn Carswell, PharmDUndergraduate: Auburn University
Pharmacy School: Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy
Professional Interests: Critical Care and Internal Medicine
Hometown: Wetumpka, AL
Hobbies: Reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends

Why Spartanburg Regional? Spartanburg Regional had everything that I was looking for in a residency program, including numerous rotation opportunities, specifically ones in my primary interest. The thing that stood out to me the most was how welcoming everyone was the moment I met them. This was extremely important to me since I moved from out-of-state. All of the friendly faces and their constructive support has made me feel at home. 

Jared Cvetko, PharmD

Jared Cvetko, PharmDUndergraduate: Presbyterian College
Pharmacy School: Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy​​​​​​​
Professional Interests: Critical Care and Infectious Diseases​​​​​​​
Hometown: Greenville, SC
Hobbies: Sports and spending time with friends

Why Spartanburg Regional? The reason that I picked Spartanburg Regional to complete my PGY-1 residency is because of the wide variety of inpatient rotations in my areas of interest. I also completed several rotations here while I was a P4 student and was drawn to the environment of the pharmacy staff as a whole. The staff is very understanding of my interests and career goals and will give me the best opportunity to achieve them.

Mark Suddreth, PharmD

Mark Suddreth, PharmDUndergraduate: Greenville Technical College 
Pharmacy School: Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy​​​​​​​
Professional Interests: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine ​​​​​​​
Hometown: Simpsonville, SC
Hobbies: Spending time with family, watching and playing baseball, reading

Why Spartanburg Regional? I was drawn to the residency program at Spartanburg Regional for the excellent rotations and learning experiences that this program provides. As an intern here prior to residency, I had the opportunity to work with many of the preceptors and residents. During this time, I was able to familiarize myself with the hospital and the residency program. It was clear to me that the preceptors and pharmacy staff as a whole are encouraging, supportive and have the best interests of the resident in mind.

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Sallee Rydalch, PharmD

Sallee Rydalch, PharmDUndergraduate: Idaho State University
Pharmacy School: Idaho State University
PGY1 Residency: Memorial Medical Center Las Cruces, NM
Professional Interests: Critical Care
Hometown: Rexburg, ID​​​​​​​
Hobbies: Reading and art

Why Spartanburg Regional? When learning about this program, it became clear that I would be pushed to learn as much as I could to grow as a pharmacist.  With the variety of specialized critical care and emergency medicine pharmacists, my interest was piqued, as I want to learn all I can about the multiple different practice areas of critical care.

Contact Us

Contact Us

For additional information about the PGY1 program, please contact Kristen Turner, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS at
[email protected]
For additional information about the PGY2 Critical Care program, please contact Sarah Frye at
[email protected]
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