Aspirus Pharmacy Residents Graduate

Four Aspirus pharmacy residents took the next step in their careers when they graduated from the Aspirus Pharmacy Residency Program June 22.


The group of residents spent the past year participating in a broad range of clinical experiences with a focus on inpatient acute care, drug information, and pharmacy practice management. 


“They’ve experienced a lot and had a great opportunity to learn during a very challenging moment in time,” says Aspirus System Pharmacy Director Jill Michaud.


Their work helped advance their future careers as well as the pharmacy department throughout the Aspirus system through their year-long projects.


Pharmacy Resident Projects (Hometown)

Nate Tvedten (Rhinelander, WI): Implemented a screening and treatment pathway for the initial management of depression in an outpatient oncology clinic.


Cheefeng Lee (Appleton, WI): Optimized glycemia management in pregnancy using a pharmacist-managed protocol in a community hospital.


Logan Wanca (Antigo, WI): Implemented system standardization of pharmacist intervention documentation.


Danielle Sabraski (Champlin, MN): Conducted a high-cost medication formulary review in a growing, community-based health system.



Three of the four residents have accepted positions to work at Aspirus Wausau Hospital (AWH). Logan Wanca is one of those new pharmacists joining the Aspirus pharmacy team.


“I’m excited to stay here since I did most of my [student] rotations within the Aspirus system,” says Wanca. “I feel like I’ll be able to help make an impact on clinical outcomes for the patients we serve.”


The next trio of graduates started the residency program this month and will begin their contribution to the future of pharmacy in the community.


One can learn more about the Aspirus Pharmacy Residency at