Welcome from the Program Director

Thank you for your interest in the PGY 2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program at Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center (MHSVMC).  What an exciting time to get involved in ambulatory care as the pharmacist footprint continues to expand in the outpatient setting. Mercy Health has clinical pharmacists in the ambulatory care setting working with chronic disease state management using collaborative practice agreements, population health, transitions of care, comprehensive medication review and home visits. Each of these areas allow the PGY 2 ambulatory care resident to build on clinic knowledge and refine skills necessary to become an independent clinical pharmacist within an ambulatory care setting. Our first resident graduated in 2015.  With each graduating resident, I continued to be amazed as to the resident’s growth and accomplishments seen during the year.   

Please explore the website to learn more about our program. I look forward to the possibility of meeting and working with you in the future. 


Dr. Lisa McIntyre, PharmD, BCACP | Program Director

Pharmacy School: University of Toledo, 1998
Residency: Department of Veteran Affairs

After completing her residency, Dr. McIntyre continued working with the VA within in the ambulatory care clinics with focus on anticoagulation and step-down therapy for proton pump inhibitors. She has worked for Mercy Health for more than 15 years in a variety of clinical roles, starting as an inpatient clinical pharmacist which included staffing responsibility within the anticoagulation clinic and then eventually moving into her current roles as an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist and ambulatory care pharmacy residency program director.

Dr. McIntyre’s primary practice sites are Mercy Health-Jefferson Ave Family Physicians and most recently Mercy Health-West Park Family Medicine. Within this embedded pharmacist model, Dr. McIntyre’s work includes chronic disease state management, comprehensive medication review, medication therapy management and patient education. Additionally, she works with a variety of learners throughout the year which includes IPPE and APPE pharmacy students, PGY 1 pharmacy residents and medical residents. Dr. McIntyre is passionate about team-based patient care and advancing the profession of pharmacy within the ambulatory care environment.  

Core Faculty

Deidre Rohaley, PharmD, MBA, BCPS
Phillip Nelson, MBA, RPh
Brandy Kiel, RPh, CACP
Ernest Lee, RPh
Ginger Berrie, RPh
Deborah Katz, MBOE, MBB
Beverly Bahret, RN, BSN
Aimrie Ream, PharmD, BCACP, BCGP
Jeremy Patton, PharmD, BCPS
Masa Scott, PharmD, BCPS
Kerri Musselman, PharmD, BCACP

Contact Us

Program Director: Dr. Lisa McIntyre, PharmD, BCACP
Email address: lisa_mcintyre0@mercy.com 
Phone: 419-251-3583