Practice Sites The Community Pharmacy Residency program features a variety of innovative community pharmacy practice sites in the cities shown below. Detailed descriptions of these sites can be found further down on this page. The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy is the administrative hub of the Program. Our program is accredited by ASHP and each site has its own unique National Matching Program Code Number. Medicine Shoppe Pharmacies, 1500 Washington Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241 Preceptors: Marvin R. Moore, PharmD, RPh Brian C. Jensen, RPh, FACA National Matching Program Code: #155921 The Two Rivers Medicine Shoppe Pharmacies consist of two integrated practice sites: a community-based pharmacy, and an office-based pharmacy specializing in medication therapy management, compounding and collaborative practice with an independent physician. The constant in this practice has been a commitment to patient focused pharmacy care recognized on a state and national level for innovation. Pioneering work with such quality-based program initiatives as the Wisconsin Pharmacy Quality Collaborative, HealthMapRx and Foundation Care has served to develop and sustain this care model. Recently re-engineered, the facility design/workflow has served as prototypes for the pharmacy profession. Three pharmacists and 12 pharmacy technicians provide staffing in these integrated sites. The Two Rivers Medicine Shoppe Pharmacies have been involved in resident training since 1999. Streu's Pharmacy Bay Natural, 635 Main Street, Green Bay, WI 54301 Preceptor: Nicole Schreiner, Pharm D National Matching Program Code: #155929 Streu’s Pharmacy Bay Natural is an independent community pharmacy practice since 1954. With the marriage of traditional medicine plus natural options, our nutritionist, two registered nurses, and eight pharmacists are health coaches who offer a balanced approach to helping patients achieve their personal best. Streu’s Pharmacy is divided into three departments: a retail pharmacy, long term care pharmacy, and Bay Natural store. One of the most unique aspects of our site is that the owners work next to you in the workflow; two of them are staff pharmacists and the other one is a nurse. As a resident, there will be opportunities to participate in immunizations, disease states screenings such as blood pressure and cholesterol, comprehensive medication reviews (site is WPQC accredited with 2 certified pharmacists and 3 certified technicians), and giving presentations to the public and other health care professionals using our on site classroom. In addition, residents will get to work on projects to help expand the field of community pharmacy such as blister packing for the general public using the state of the art Medicine-On-Time system and expanding IV compounding to home fusions. Dean Clinic Pharmacies: Madison and Janesville 1. Dean Clinic Pharmacy – East Preceptors: Kristina (Tina) Lisowe, PharmD, RPh Jamie Statz-Paynter, RPh National Matching Program Code: Not available for 2017-18 2. Dean Clinic Pharmacy – West Preceptor: Keila Schutten, Pharm. D National Matching Program Code: Not available for 2017-18 3. Dean Clinic Pharmacy – Janesville Preceptor: Kristin Lynn Peterson, RPh National Matching Program Code: Not available for 2017-18 Dean Clinic Pharmacies are part of the Dean Health System and consist of seven pharmacies located in Southern Wisconsin. The Dean Clinic Pharmacies are clinic pharmacies with close working relationships with providers and utilize collaborative practices with internal medicine, family medicine, and urgent care providers. Pharmacists have access to the patient’s electronic medical record to review labs, medication lists and progress notes. Dean pharmacists are trained to provide immunizations. The clinics also have pharmacists providing support and patient care in anticoagulation, oncology, infusion/infectious disease and drug information. Our focus is to provide patient centered care and excellent customer service. Dean Clinic Pharmacies are involved in medication therapy management programs including participation in the Wisconsin Pharmacy Quality Collaborative. In addition to the pharmacies and clinics, Dean Health Systems includes a health plan, a pharmacy benefit manager, and a research foundation. Dean Clinic and St. Mary’s Hospital (as a newly formed Accountable Care Organization) was accepted in the Shared Savings program developed by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). ACO’s are a relatively new model of payment and care from CMS, but is also the model of care Dean Clinics has delivered for many years, focusing on coordinating care, quality metrics, and reducing the total cost of care.The pharmacy department is working to become an integral part of this care model.