Emergency Medicine and Critical Care
Transitions of Care
ECC/CCU Transitions of Care is an elective, one-month, learning experience. This learning experience is designed to expose the resident to critically ill patients with an emphasis in those patients that transfer from the ECC to the CCU. The resident may elect this learning experience after satisfactory completion of learning experiences in both the CCU and ECC with the approval of the RPD and preceptor(s).
In this advanced learning experience, the resident will be expected to practice more independently. He/she will transition between the ECC and CCU during their shift, covering all critically ill patients, and will act as the principle pharmacist covering the CCU during evenings. The resident is expected to identify, follow, and manage patients' medication regimens as they present through the ECC and are transferred to the CCU. This includes monitoring for medication appropriateness, initiating pharmacokinetic protocols, and providing education to patients and family. The resident will facilitate communication between members of the ECC and CCU healthcare teams to provide optimal transitions of care for these patients. The resident will practice independently and actively participate on Code Blue and Code Stroke response teams.
Prerequisites: Critical Care and Emergency Medicine
Preceptor: Adam Greenhaw, PharmD
Learning experiences: Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Transitions of Care
Dr. Greenhaw is an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist in the Olathe Medical Center Emergency Care Center. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies in 2013 and his Doctorate of Pharmacy in 2014, both from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS. He completed a PGY1 pharmacy residency at Salina Regional Health Center and a PGY2 pharmacy residency specializing in emergency medicine at CaroMont Regional Medical Center in Gastonia, NC.
Dr. Greenhaw is a member of KPhA, ASHP, ACCP, and APhA. At Olathe Medical Center, he is a member of the Sepsis Committee and the Stroke Committee. He is also a preceptor to APPE pharmacy students. His primary areas of interest include hemodynamic support/resuscitation, trauma, and infectious disease. He is BLS/ACLS/PALS certified and has served as an Advanced Trauma Life Support auditor at Carolina's Medical Center.
In his free time, Dr. Greenhaw is likely watching a sporting event, playing golf, trying a new IPA, playing Xbox, and/or spending time with friends and family.