Meet Our Residents

Current Residents

Patrick Vollmer, PharmD is originally from Johnsburg, IL and received his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He then completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science while also completing his Master in Health Administration. His areas of interest include ambulatory care pharmacy, specifically in mental health and chronic heart failure, emergency medicine, and critical care pharmacy. His rotation electives include the following: ambulatory care family medicine clinic and mixed ambulatory care pharmacy while also completing a teaching certificate through Concordia University’s School of Pharmacy. His year-long residency project will involve the creation of an Ascension-wide QTc prolongation risk toolkit, as well as the creation of a workflow and monitoring system for providers, pharmacy, and nursing to use at Ascension Wisconsin hospitals. In his free time, Patrick enjoys traveling, getting together with friends and family, watching the Chicago Cubs, and baking.
Choua Vang, PharmD is from Milwaukee, WI.  She completed her undergraduate degree at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 and received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Concordia University in May 2022. Her clinical interests include ambulatory care and cardiology. The rotations she selected this year are cardiology and critical care. Her year-long project is to assess the impact ambulatory care pharmacists have on the management of patients with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes. During her free time, she enjoys cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Abby Mabie, PharmD is originally from Green Bay, WI and completed her undergraduate degree in biology at UW-Milwaukee. She then went to the Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy and was part of their second inaugural class to earn her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May 2021. Her clinical interests include NICU/women's health, emergency medicine, and critical care. The acute care electives she has chosen are critical care II and emergency medicine II. She will also be participating in the teaching certificate program through Concordia University. Her year-long residency research project focuses on designing and implementing a sedation and analgesia protocol for neonates at the St. Joseph level 3 NICU.  In her free time Abby enjoys cooking/baking, watching the Packers win, traveling, and spending time with her husband and two cats at home.