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Our Residents

Saint John Residents

Lauren Adam

Hello! My name is Lauren and I am honoured to be one of Horizon's Saint John Regional Hospital pharmacy residents for the 2021-22 year. I grew up in New Maryland, New Brunswick and completed a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) in 2017. I then moved to Edmonton to study Pharmacy at the University of Alberta (U of A) and graduated in 2021. I have been a competitive swimmer since I was young and was a member of both the UNB and U of A varsity swim teams during my studies. In addition to swimming, my other interests include drawing and cooking. Over the years, I've worked in community pharmacies, spent a summer as a pharmacy intern at Horizon's Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital in Fredericton, and completed multiple experiential rotations in Alberta. I am pleased to be part of Horizon Health Network again and excited for the year ahead. I am appreciative of this opportunity to further my pharmacy education and learn how to better serve the patients in my care.

Jacqueline Richard

Hi everyone! I'm Jacqueline and I am excited to be furthering my education as a pharmacy resident at Horizon's Saint John Regional Hospital (SJRH) for the 2021-22 year. I am originally from Saint John, New Brunswick and am happy to be back after four years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Prior to starting my pharmacy degree at Dalhousie University, I graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology-Chemistry. During my time at Dalhousie, I had the opportunity to work as a pharmacy student intern at the SJRH for three summers, where I conducted pharmacy practice research as a member of various project teams. I was also exposed to a diversity of clinical areas, and developed a particular interest in oncology and infectious disease. I am looking forward to growing my clinical skills as part of different interdisciplinary teams, as well as furthering my research interests over the next year. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, cooking, and enjoying the beautiful trails and beaches here in New Brunswick!

Moncton Residents

Gemma-Dawn MacDonald

Hello all! My name is Gemma-Dawn and I am thrilled to be joining the Horizon Health Network team as a pharmacy resident for the 2021-22 year. I was born and raised in rural Prince Edward Island and then moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to complete my post-secondary education. I first obtained a bachelor's degree concentrated in Biology from Saint Mary's University while playing on the varsity women's hockey team. I then completed my BSc Pharm at Dalhousie University. I am passionate about advancing patient care through multidisciplinary collaboration and look forward to the challenges I will be faced with throughout my residency. I am very excited about the clinical opportunities ahead with The Moncton Hospital and the ability to grow as a pharmacist. In my spare time, I enjoy keeping active and spending time with family and friends!

Katherine Simon

Hello! My name is Katherine and I'm excited to begin my residency at Horizon's The Moncton Hospital (TMH) for the 2021-22 year. I was born and raised in Saint John and am happy to finally be back in New Brunswick! I have lived in Nova Scotia for the last eight years, finishing a Bachelor of Sciences in Chemistry at St. Francis Xavier University and Pharmacy degree at Dalhousie University. I have worked at the Dartmouth General Hospital for the last four years and have experience in both community pharmacy and research. I'm looking forward to building on my current knowledge, learning from my preceptors and gaining hands-on clinical experience. I'm passionate about patient-centred care and am excited to work with a multidisciplinary care team. When I'm not working, I enjoy playing volleyball and hiking, and am excited to start my pharmacy career at TMH!

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