Pharmacy Residency - Current Residents

Hannah Langlais, PharmD


Hometown: Bristol, CT

School of Pharmacy: University of Connecticut

Professional Interests: Emergency Medicine, Critical Care

Post-PGY1 Plans: I plan to pursue a PGY2 in Emergency Medicine or take on a role as clinical pharmacist

What attracted you to HOCC? HOCC had everything I was looking for in a residency program. Since I was already an intern at Hartford Healthcare, I was interested in staying within the system for residency. HOCC is a perfect sized hospital for learning, as it is small enough to get to know one another, but large enough to experience a variety of disease states. Being a teaching hospital, I knew that there would be ample learning opportunities not only in the pharmacy department, but working as part of an interprofessional team as well. Also, HOCC has a busy emergency room and ICU which are my two main clinical interests.

What do you like to do in your free time? I enjoy going to the gym, sitting by the pool, visiting small coffee shops, and spending time with family and friends!

Research Project: Management of Agitated Patients Intoxicated with Alcohol in the Emergency Department

MUE Topic: Meropenem Medication Use Evaluation

CE Topic: Hepatorenal Syndrome and Decompensated Liver Failure

Sean Tan, PharmD


Hometown: Poughkeepsie, NY

School of Pharmacy: Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Professional Interests: Oncology, Ambulatory Care, Anticoagulation

Post-PGY1 Plans: I am planning to pursue a PGY2 in Oncology or an ambulatory clinical pharmacist position

What attracted you to HOCC? After my discussions from the showcases and my interview session, I recognized that HOCC has a supportive, tight-knit culture that fosters growth and encourages excellence, which is very important to me. I knew I wanted the opportunity to work at a medium sized hospital and I appreciated that HOCC was a community hospital with opportunities comparable to an academic teaching center. HOCC also offers many learning experiences in my areas of interest like oncology, ambulatory care, anticoagulation, and so many others that will help me develop into a successful, well-rounded pharmacist.

What do you like to do in your free time? I enjoy going on runs, hiking, drawing, eating delicious foods, and spending time with family and friends.

Research Project: Bleeding Risk among Cancer Patients Receiving Concurrent CYP-Interacting Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors with Direct Oral Anticoagulants versus Alternative Anticoagulation Therapies

MUE Topic: Clinical Outcomes for Early vs. Late Administration of Hyaluronidase for Extravasation Management

CE Topic: Pulmonary Embolism Treatments

Pharmacy Residency

New Britain General Campus
100 Grand Street
New Britain, CT 06050
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Alexander Levine PharmD, BCPS
Residency Program Director
Clinical Pharmacist
The Hospital of Central Connecticut
100 Grand Street
New Britain, CT 06050