Goessling, PharmD, BCGP
Dr. Goessling returned to Creighton University after graduating from the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions in 2001 (PharmD). She began her pharmacy career working in a small community setting within a local grocery store. In the heart of an old South Omaha neighborhood, she gained extensive experience serving a largely geriatric population. After eight years in community practice, she accepted a position as a clinical pharmacist at Offutt Air Force Base. She spent over seven years working at both the Ehrling Bergquist Outpatient Clinic and Offutt Satellite pharmacies, providing pharmaceutical care to active-duty military, retirees, and their dependent family members. She has gained knowledge through her unique experiences serving this population. The fast-paced pharmacies together averaged 6,300 prescriptions weekly. In addition to collaborating with other healthcare professionals, counseling, and verifying prescriptions, she spent considerable time training and educating pharmacy technicians and fourth-year pharmacy interns. As a credentialed provider on base, she staffed a pharmacist-run patient care clinic weekly. Here she performed medication reviews and prescribed maintenance medications to patients with chronic medical conditions. She also lectured monthly to patients recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.
In the Center for Medication Therapy Management (MTM), she works with fourth-year APPE students completing their Medication Therapy Management (MTM) rotations. Creighton's Center for MTM partners with AdhereHealth to conduct telephonic comprehensive medication reviews for Medicare Part D beneficiaries. Dr. Goessling dedicates all of her time to supervision and instruction within the Center.
Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist
- Poster Presentation at the PQA 2017 Annual Meeting:"Implementation of a quality assurance process to evaluate student-conducted comprehensive medication reviews" 2017