Michael Endries, PharmD
Michael Endries, PharmDEducation:
Undergraduate/Pre-Pharmacy- University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County
PharmD (2013) University of Wisconsin- School of Pharmacy
PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency- Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital
A little about myself:
I am originally from Marshfield, Wisconsin. In my free time I enjoy hunting, fishing, staying active and spending time with family and friends.
Why did I choose to do a residency?
I feel that residency training is an integral part of advancing the field of pharmacy and aiding in the attainment of provider status for pharmacists. Residency training allows new pharmacists to become experienced in many facets of pharmacy while building leadership, organization, and time management skills requisite for future success.
Why did I choose Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital?
Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital was an easy choice for completing my pharmacy residency. The PGY-1 Residency offers great flexibility with a broad variety of rotations, and the option to continue on as a PGY-2 Administrative Resident. I was also drawn to Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital as it offers the learning experience of a large teaching hospital in a friendly, small town setting.
What rotations will I be doing?
I will be completing administrative rotations in medication safety, leadership, finance, supply chain, lean methodology, pharmacy operations, and business plan development. Additionally, I will be completing clinical direct patient care rotations with an emphasis on internal medicine, infectious disease, and cardiology. The staffing component of this residency will provide me with the opportunity to practice in nutrition support pharmacy.
It is my goal to practice administrative pharmacy in a management capacity. Current interests include pharmacy practice advancement, quality improvement, and pharmacy operations. I also intend to pursue board certification and maintain active involvement with the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin.