Welcome from the Program Director
Residents obtain experience in a wide variety of practice settings under the guidance of experienced and caring preceptors. Monthly rotations include core rotations along with a wide variety of elective options allow the resident to explore individual interests. Residents gain valuable experience through the design and execution of their residency research project, longitudinal committee and leadership activities, staffing, drug information activities and involvement with outpatient medication management.
Residents participate in a teaching certificate program through Ohio Northern University as well as teach and mentor pharmacy students, medical residents and other healthcare professionals during the residency.
Our educational philosophy is residents learn more from doing than from seeing or hearing. This program is designed to facilitate growth in clinical practice and will focus on communication, critical assessment, teaching and leadership in team-based care and quality improvement projects. Upon completion, the resident will have the necessary skills to function as an independent, competent pharmacy practitioner with the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams and diverse patient populations.
Thank you for your interest in our residency at St. Charles Hospital. We are proud of the program we have developed and the opportunities available to our pharmacy residents. We look forward to the possibility of meeting with you!
Lauryl Hanf-Kristufek, PharmD, BCPS, CACP | Program Director
Pharmacy School: University of Toledo, 1995
Dr. Hanf-Kristufek has worked at Mercy Health St. Charles Hospital for more than 26 years as the clinical pharmacy coordinator. During her time at St. Charles she started and developed their medication management program, coordinated the decentralization of the clinical pharmacy program and started the current PGY1 residency program.
Dr. Hanf-Kristufek precepts pharmacy students and residents on internal medicine, infectious disease, ambulatory and pharmacy management rotations as well as research projects. She is passionate about transitions of care and coordinating the care of patients between the inpatient and ambulatory settings. Dr. Hanf-Kristufek has been published in Clinical Infectious Diseases and presented multiple poster and podium presentations at ASHP Midyear meetings.
Dr. Hanf-Kristufek is a lifetime resident of Toledo and proud to carry on the family tradition as a fourth-generation pharmacist. Outside of pharmacy, she and her husband like to travel and spend time with their three grown children.
Les Maugel, RPh
Chris Snyder, PharmD, BCPS
Jacquelyn Anderson, PharmD, BCPS
Masa Scott, PharmD, BCPS
Melanie Taylor, PharmD, BCPS
Katie Thomas, Pharm.D.
Jennifer Richardson, Pharm.D., BCPS, CACP
Kathryn Kleckner, PharmD
Sara Toflinski, Pharm.D., BCPS
Program Director: Dr. Lauryl Hanf-Kristufek, PharmD, BCPS, CACP
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