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PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

Rachel Cutshaw, PharmD

Rachel Cutshaw, PharmDUndergraduate: Lees McRae College
Pharmacy School: Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy at East Tennessee State University
Professional Interests: Critical Care, Emergency Medicine
Hometown: Morristown, TN
Hobbies: Hiking, going to concerts, traveling, and spending time with my dog Cleo

Why Spartanburg Regional? I was initially attracted to the program for the diverse rotations and learning opportunities, however it was the warm and supportive nature of the staff and preceptors that won me over. It was also important that Spartanburg provides an excellent training environment for critical care and emergency medicine. 

Ashton Mason, PharmD

Ashton Mason, PharmDUndergraduate: University of South Carolina
Pharmacy School: University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy
Professional Interests: Internal Medicine, Critical Care
Hometown: Duncan, SC
Hobbies: Spending time with friends and family, spending time outdoors, reading

Why Spartanburg Regional? I chose Spartanburg Regional as where I wanted to complete my residency training after completing a rotation here as a 4th-year student. I absolutely loved learning from everyone within the department and felt welcomed even within a short month. The preceptors are all so supportive and want to challenge you throughout your rotations to make you the most well-developed pharmacist you can be.

Kailey Mattison, PharmD

Kailey Mattison, PharmDUndergraduate: University of South Carolina 
Pharmacy School: University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy
Professional Interests: Ambulatory Care, Family Medicine, Infectious Diseases
Hometown: Greenville, SC
Hobbies: Playing tennis and soccer, spending time with family, and going to the movies and Dave & Busters

Why Spartanburg Regional? I applied to Spartanburg Regional initially due to the variety of outpatient rotation opportunities that the program offered.  However, I chose Spartanburg Regional because of the pharmacy management staff and preceptors.  Everyone is so supportive and encouraging of your goals and wants to help you grow not only as a pharmacist but also as a person.

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Martin Gordon, PharmD

Martin Gordon, PharmDUndergraduate: Francis Marion University
Pharmacy School: Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy
PGY1 Residency: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
Professional Interests: Critical Care
Hometown: Potchefstroom, South Africa
Hobbies: Golfing, hiking, watching sports

Why Spartanburg Regional? I was interested in Spartanburg Regional's PGY-2 Critical Care Residency because the program offers a wide variety of critical care experiences that fall within my areas of interest. I completed my PGY-1 at Spartanburg Regional and quickly realized that the preceptors had my genuine best interest at heart. I believe that each preceptor will push me outside of my comfort zone to enhance my learning experience and I don't know if I could have gotten that anywhere else.

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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