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Pharmacy Residents

Renjitha James, PharmDRenjitha James, PharmD
Pharmacy

Bio
Renjitha is originally from Chicago, IL and attended pharmacy school at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.  Her career goals include attaining her AAHIVP, working directly with patients for chronic disease management, and getting involved in research. She loves to travel and spend time with her family, especially her nieces and nephews.

Why Community Health Care for residency?
“I chose Community Health Care as my PGY-1 residency because of its mission that emphasized serving an under-served population. As a pharmacy student, I was involved in the Student National Pharmaceutical Association and served various positions as part of Remember the Ribbon, which focuses on HIV. These experiences furthered my interest in working with an organization that stressed accessible care for all. The residency offers a very distinct opportunity which enables you to staff at the in-house pharmacy, work directly with physicians and residents for chronic disease management, and support patients at partnering hospitals with TOC. I am also excited to be working with UW to attain my teaching certificate!”


Danielle Pringle, PharmDDanielle Pringle, PharmD
Pharmacy

Bio
Danielle graduated from University of Washington School of Pharmacy in 2019. Her interests include chronic disease state management, HIV/AIDS care, supporting the LGBTQ+ community, and improving quality and access to care. She enjoys plants, hiking, and playing games.

Why Community Health Care for residency?
“I chose Community Health Care for my PGY1 residency because of the unique opportunities it offers. This includes assisting in further developing the program, pursuing my interests in a supportive environment, playing a key role in expanding clinical pharmacy services, and working closely with residents from other professions. I was impressed by the positive and committed nature of the members of CHC, and I’m thrilled to have joined the team’s mission: To provide the highest quality health care with compassionate and accessible service for all.