Memorial Hermann Healthcare System
Division of Pharmacy
Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency PGY1 & PGY2/MS
Shreya Parekh PharmD PGY2
Shreya Parekh is originally from India and moved to the United States for Pharmacy education. She completed her 2 years pre-requisites from Rutgers University - New Brunswick, NJ and then joined Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her professional interests include involvement in professional pharmacy organizations, pharmacy based leadership development and improving patient safety through medication safety based initiatives. Dr. Parekh is currently investigating the clinical outcomes with fluid resuscitation in sepsis patients in the Memorial Hermann emergency departments.
Why I choose Memorial Hermann?
Memorial Hermann is always open to new ideas and leaps ahead to advance the health of its patients through ambulatory, community and academic hospitals in Houston. As residents, we have the opportunity to work and build relationships with managers, directors and clinicians from all hospitals in the system. I am blessed with a wonderful support system - which includes our Memorial Hermann family of clinicians, administrators and residents.
Rusol Karralli PharmD PGY1
Rusol Karralli completed the Honors Program at the University of Houston for her undergraduate studies and continued at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy, where she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Her practice interests include regulatory and compliance affairs, medication safety and administration. Rusol hopes to pursue a career as a pharmacy manager in standards and regulatory compliance. Rusol recognizes the importance of pharmacists' involvement in health policy and aspires to give back to the profession through professional organizations and advocacy efforts.
Why I choose Memorial Hermann?
Memorial Hermann aims to always be several steps ahead in order to keep up with the ever changing world of healthcare. It is an honor to be a part of an innovative organization during a time of revolutionary medicine. Being a resident for a system also provides me with the valuable opportunity to work with many managers and directors of the varying types of facilities within the system as well as system executives. These are learning and networking experiences that are unique to Memorial Hermann Health System residents.
Class of 2012
Aily Liem PharmD PGY2
Aily Liem currently serves as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist over ambulatory care services and special projects for Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas. Aily is a graduate of South University School of Pharmacy in Savannah, Georgia, class of 2010. She is the second graduate of Memorial Hermann's PGY1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency completed in the spring of 2012. The 2 year residency included didactic work at the University Of Houston College Of Pharmacy where she received his MS in Pharmacy Administration in the summer of 2012. Her master work there included examining the impact of community pharmacy discharge prescription delivery program within the acute care setting.
Class of 2011
Rodney Cox, Health System Pharmacy Administration Resident PGY1 & PGY2/MS
Pharmacy Operations Manager at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center- Houston, TX