Dr. Morell received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy in 2010. Dr. Morell completed his PGY1 pharmacy residency at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria, IL. Dr. Morell worked as a critical care pharmacist for the ICU step down units and the ED. Dr. Morell then pursued employment at Rush University Medical Center discovering his passion for antimicrobial stewardship. He completed his PGY2 in infectious diseases at Palomar Medical Center in San Diego, CA in 2020 and joined Baptist Health South Florida. Dr. Morell has been promoted from a Clinical Specialist to Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator at Doctors Hospital. Dr. Morell’s interests lie in antimicrobial stewardship and critical care. Dr. Morell serves on the Antimicrobial Review Committee, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee, Medication Safety Committee, Pharmacy System Clinical Meeting, Stroke Committee and Evidence Based Clinical Care Committee. Dr. Morell is finishing a Master of Business Administration with focus in Healthcare Administration.
Dr. Lemoine completed her Bachelor of Business Administration at Florida International University and Doctor of Pharmacy at Howard University. Dr. Lemoine is a graduate of the combined PGY1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency and the Master of Science in Health-System Pharmacy Administration at Mission Hospital/ University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Lemoine stayed at Mission for a couple of years as Inpatient Operations Manager, then returned home to South Florida in a variety of leadership roles including Inpatient Pharmacy Supervisor at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Inpatient Pharmacy Operations Manager at Memorial Regional Hospital South and most recently Outpatient Oncology Operations Manager at Miami Cancer Institute. Dr. Lemoine considers herself a “Builder of people and all things pharmacy” and looks forward to building this new chapter at Baptist Health.
Dr. Mulcahy completed her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at Florida State University and Doctor of Pharmacy at University of Florida College of Pharmacy. Dr. Mulcahey is the Internal Medicine pharmacist specialist, which works in tandem with the Transition of Care program. She actively participates in interdisciplinary rounds on both a medical/surgical unit and an observation unit. These rounds involve collaborative discussions with healthcare professionals to review and refine treatment plans, with the goal of facilitating shorter patient stays and improving overall outcomes. Additionally, she has developed an interest in medication safety and clinical operations, exploring ways to enhance these aspects of pharmacy practice.
By combining her passion for medication safety, optimizing therapeutic outcomes, and patient-centered care, she aspires to make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients and contribute to the continuous improvement of the healthcare system as a preceptor.
Dr. Hernandez completed his pharmacy education at University of Florida in 2015. He embarked his career as an overnight pharmacist at Doctors Hospital while simultaneously working part-time as a retail pharmacist at Publix. After five years on the overnight shift, he obtained the board certification in pharmacotherapy.
Currently, Dr. Hernandez is the Transitions of Care pharmacist specialist. One aspect of his current role that brings me immense satisfaction is engaging with patients to discuss their medication regimens. He takes pride in being a patient advocate, closely collaborating with physicians to ensure patients have access to their prescribed medications and can effectively adhere to their treatment plans. Through his experiences, Dr Hernandez developed a passion for promoting medication safety, optimizing therapeutic outcomes, and championing patient-centered care. He is excited to continue leveraging my skills and expertise to positively impact patient health and contribute to the advancement of the pharmacy profession as a preceptor.
Dr. Quesep received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida. She continued her training at Baptist Hospital of Miami where she completed two years of post-graduate residency training specializing in Critical Care. After completion of residency, she transitioned to the role of Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist at Doctors Hospital. She is also an active member of the Society for Critical Care Medicine’s Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology Section.
Dr. Vargas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Miami and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Nova Southeastern University. With 27 years of experience at Doctors Hospital, she serves as the Medication Safety Officer and Operations Supervisor, focusing on Sterile Compounding and Drug Diversion. Dr. Vargas has obtained a Medication Safety Certificate from ASHP and is an active member of DCPA. She participates in multiple committees, including Performance Improvement Steering, Patient Safety, Medication Safety, Falls, Infection Control, Sterile Compounding, and Drug Diversion Task Force. Her expertise and dedication ensure the safe use of medications and contribute to enhancing patient care and safety.