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Current Residents

Tanya Izrailev

Dr. Izrailev is a pharmacy resident completing a PGY-1 residency at Salina Regional Health Center. She is originally from Overland Park, KS and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University Of Kansas School Of Pharmacy. Tanya plans to complete the Residency Teaching Certification Program through the University of Missouri–Kansas City in order to educate and mentor future pharmacists. She is BLS and ACLS certified, and is a current member of KPHA, KCHP, and ASHP. At Salina Regional Health Center, Tanya aids in coordinating the Diabetes Support Group meetings. Her current professional interests include internal medicine and cardiology.

Her current research project involves evaluating the appropriate use of allergy kits for iodine and shellfish allergies for patients receiving contrast media. Following this evaluation, she plans to create strategies to target the appropriate patient population and avoiding over prescribing unnecessary treatments.

Upon completion of her PGY1- residency, Tanya plans to become a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and join an institution where she can become a vital member of the interprofessional healthcare team.

In her free time, Tanya enjoys traveling, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

Brittanie Kling

Dr. Kling is a pharmacy resident completing a PGY-1 residency at Salina Regional Health Center.

She is originally from Hot Springs, Arkansas and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy. She is BLS and ACLS certified and holds current membership in KCHP, ASHP, and APhA. At Salina Regional, Brittanie is an active member of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics and Patient/Medication Safety committees. Along with her co-residents, Brittanie coordinates and plans Diabetes Support Group meetings for members of the community. Brittanie plans to complete the Residency Teaching Certification Program through the University of Missouri–Kansas City in order to educate and mentor future student pharmacists. Her professional interests include antimicrobial stewardship and opioid stewardship/pain management. She also has a strong interest in teaching/precepting students and enjoys educating pharmacy students who rotate at Salina Regional Health Center.

Her current research project aims to evaluate the frequency of use of antibiotics for asymptomatic bacteriuria. She intends to use her findings to implement strategies to further improve antimicrobial stewardship practices at SRHC.

Upon completion of her PGY-1 residency, Brittanie plans on becoming a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and obtaining a position as an inpatient clinical pharmacist.

In addition to being a pharmacist, Brittanie also enjoys traveling, reading and attending pharmacy book club, crafting, cooking, hanging out in local coffee shops, watching musicals, and snuggling on the couch with her sassy siamese cat, Muffy. She is a huge fan of all things Harry Potter and How I Met Your Mother.

John Rosa

Dr. Rosa is a pharmacy resident completing a PGY-1 residency at Salina Regional Health Center.

He is originally from Olathe, KS and earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Kansas State University before earning his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. John is currently certified in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). He holds current membership in Kansas Council of Health-System Pharmacy (KCHP), American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Kansas Pharmacists Association (KPhA), and American Pharmacists Association (APhA). At Salina Regional, John is an active member of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Patient/Medication Safety, USP Implementation, and Practice Council committees. He plans to complete the Residency Teaching Certification Program through the University of Missouri–Kansas City in order to educate and mentor future student pharmacists. His professional passions lie with collaborative chronic disease management, in the acute or ambulatory care setting. In addition to his professional passions, John holds strong interest in academia and enjoys educating the future generations of pharmacists.

His current research projects include evaluation of pneumococcal immunization rates and implementation/evaluation of pharmacist interventions on hypertension management in a collaborative, primary-care model.

Upon completion of his PGY-1 residency, John plans on becoming a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, is considering pursuing a PGY-2 residency in ambulatory care, and potentially becoming a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist.

In addition to his pharmacy career, John enjoys watching various sports with his spouse, Alli, giving their three “fur-babies” attention (usually less than they desire), wasting time playing XBOX with friends, discovering new music, and using his remaining time working on various house and woodworking projects. John is an avid Sporting KC, Liverpool, USWNT, USMNT, St. Louis Blues, K-State, and New England Patriots fan.