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Kathryn Sawicki, Pharm.D., BCACP

Assistant Clinical Professor

Location

Portland Campus
On campus

Dr. Kathryn Sawicki is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of New England’s School of Pharmacy. She is a graduate of the University of New England and was a member of the class of '16. Following graduation she completed a Community Pharmacy Residency Program at Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC). During her time as a resident at PCHC she participated in expanding the role of the clinical pharmacist into the transitions of care arena, pioneered a pharmacist-managed hepatitis C testing and treatment initiative, and helped to integrate pharmacists into medication assisted treatment and recovery programs in the greater Bangor area. 

Following her residency she continued to work as a Clinical Pharmacist imbedded in a primary care office at Brewer Medical Center in Brewer, Maine. There she focused on linking underserved patients to hepatitis C treatment and recovery programs.

Dr. Sawicki is now a Clinical Primary Care Pharmacist at Penobscot Community Health Center in Bangor, Maine. In her clinical role she works with other members of the healthcare team to mange a variety of chronic disease states, including diabetes and anticoagulation. She is a mentor and preceptor to Penobscot Community Health Care's PGY-1 pharmacy residents and students in their fourth year can complete a 6 week ambulatory care Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in Bangor with Dr. Sawicki.  

 

Credentials

Education

PharmD.
University of New England's College of Pharmacy
2016

Clinical Affiliations

Penobscot Community Health Center (Bangor, Maine)
Maine state delegate for Maine Society of Health System Pharmacists (MSHP)

Board Certifications and Licenses

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist
Licensed Pharmacist, Maine

Post-Doctoral Training

Residency, Post Graduate Year One (PGY1)
Penobscot Community Health Care (Bangor, Maine)

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