Department of Pharmacy Practice

Patient Care

Most faculty members in the department are pharmacists, and many practice in their areas of expertise. Faculty members serve on many medical center committees and task forces and participate in both individualized care and population-based care.

The University of Toledo Medical Center

Faculty members from the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences provide pharmaceutical care in both the inpatient and ambulatory care settings and maintain active inpatient practices at UTMC.

Cardiology Vince Mauro
Diabetes and Diabetes Education Michelle Mangan
Emergency Medicine and Ambulatory Care Michael Peeters
Family Practice/Medication Therapy Management Aaron Lengel
Geriatrics Gayle Kamm
Internal Medicine Anita Ridner
Infectious Diseases/HIV Eric Sahloff
Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship Diane Cappelletty
Medical Critical Care Laurie Mauro
Nephrology Mariann Churchwell
Neurology and Movement Disorders Gayle Kamm
Surgical Critical Care and Trauma Martin Ohlinger

Zepf Behavioral Health

Chronic disease, addiction and psychiatric MTM services Mary Borovicka

Community Health Center

Primary care ambulatory practice Michelle Serres

Inpatient Clinical Pharmacy Services

UTMC clinical specialists, de-centralized pharmacists, PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents and college faculty provide a wide variety of clinical services, from daily clinical duties and consults to educational responsibilities and rounding with multiprofessional teams. Clinical programs and services include:

  • Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
  • Pharmacokinetic dosing service
  • Warfarin dosing and monitoring service
  • Heparin dosing service
  • Patient medication education
  • Renal dose monitoring
  • IV to PO monitoring
  • Precept and train Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) students as well as residents
  • Pharmacists on the Floors (patient-centered integrated model)
  • Drug information services
  • Medication use evaluations
  • Development of clinical treatment pathways
  • Adverse drug event monitoring
  • Staff development and continuing education provided by clinical specialists
  • Published newsletters for the Health Science Campus
  • Performance improvement projects
  • Medication Safety Officer
  • Smoking cessation program
  • Therapeutic interchanges
Last Updated: 10/9/20