Alex Gregorowicz, PharmD, MBA
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident


Alex Gregorowicz earned his Doctor of Pharmacy and Masters in Business Administration degrees from the University of Kentucky Colleges of Pharmacy and Business, respectively.


PGY1 Research

Titled “Effect of intravenous push (IVP) antibiotic administration on antibiotic therapy delays in sepsis”, my project is analyzing the possible time to administration benefits of IV push beta-lactam antibiotics as compared to IV piggyback (IVPB) antibiotics. Given the proven mortality benefit of timely antibiotic administration in sepsis patients, ensuring rapid dosing of these medications is critical. The Mitchell Emergency Department instituted the change from IVPB to IVP beta lactam antibiotics in July, 2017, and my project is an evaluation of this policy.

My Favorite Aspects of the UCM Program

  • Preceptors

  • Teaching Certificate

  • Committee Involvement

  • Clinical On-Call Program

Alex's PGY1 Clinical Rotation Schedule

Module 1: Internal Medicine Hospitalist Service

Module 2: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Module 3: Neurology Service

Module 4: Infectious Diseases Consult Service

Module 5: Cardiology Service

Module 6.1: Pharmacy Practice Experience

Module 6.2: Nutrition Service

Module 7: Solid Organ Transplant

Module 8: Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit

Module 9: Pharmacy Administration and Leadership

Module 10: Anticoagulation Management Service

Module 11: Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant

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