Stephen Breslin, BS, PharmD
Stephen Breslin, BS, PharmD is a graduate of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and later earned his PharmD from the University of Florida. Dr. Breslin has worked at Paoli Hospital as the operating room pharmacist for seven years and is co-preceptor for the general pharmacy practice / orientation rotation. He is involved with the orthopaedic hip / knee committee. When not at work, Steve spends time with his wife and two children. His favorite activities / hobbies are coaching, sports memorabilia and watching the Phillies.
Kelly Butler, PharmD
Kelly Butler, PharmD is a graduate of University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Dr. Butler completed her PGY1 Managed Care Pharmacy Residency at Horizon NJ Health in West Trenton, N.J. Dr. Butler has worked at Paoli Hospital as the clinical pharmacist for ten years and is the residency preceptor for internal medicine, Project Red and co-preceptor for the cardiology and pharmacy and therapeutics committee rotation. Her areas of service include telemetry, orthopaedics and medical/surgical. She is the lead pharmacist for our heart failure discharge counseling program.
Liz Ferrigno, RPh
Liz Ferrigno, RPh is a graduate of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. She has over 30 years of hospital pharmacy experience. The majority of her professional career has been spent working at Paoli Hospital in both staff and managerial roles. Currently a clinical pharmacist, Liz is the residency preceptor for the general pharmacy practice / orientation rotation, Staffing rotation and the medication safety elective rotation. Throughout her career, Liz has been involved in the implementation of multiple computerized pharmacy systems. Currently she has been appointed an inpatient pharmacy subject matter expert for the implementation of EPIC at Main Line Health. She is an avid runner, enjoys Pilates reformer and loves to travel.
Andrea Lordan, MS, PharmD, BCPS
Andrea Lordan, MS, PharmD, BCPS, is a graduate of both Jefferson College of Pharmacy and the University of Pittsburgh where she earned both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in neuroscience. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Paoli Hospital in 2017 and continued her career in the department as a staff pharmacist. As part of the residency program, Andrea is a co-preceptor for the general pharmacy practice / orientation rotation. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting, playing volleyball, and spending time with family and friends.
Dan O’Loughlin, BS, PharmD, Pharmacy Manager
Dan O’Loughlin, BS, PharmD, is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science where he earned both his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees. Dr. O’Loughlin completed a residency in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in conjunction with Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper University Medical Center in Camden, NJ. Dr. O’Loughlin has over 25 years of experience in many aspects of Pharmacy practice including academia, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy informatics, and pharmacy management. His current interests include pharmacy operations, sterile compounding, and informatics. Dr. O’Loughlin serves as co-preceptor for the practice management rotation. When not at work he enjoys spending time with family and coaching youth sports.
Joseph Stuccio, RPh, MS
Joseph Stuccio BS, Pharm, MS is a graduate of Temple University School of Pharmacy, the University of Scranton and also Penn State University where he obtained his graduate degree in Information Science. He has practiced pharmacy within Main Line Health for 15 years and has backgrounds in home intravenous therapy, health care consulting and software installations. He helped organize and implement the medication regimen review component of the senior oncology program now in place at the Cancer Center of Paoli Hospital and helps orient residents and students to their oncology experience. Joe is the primary preceptor for the outpatient hematology / oncology rotation. Joe and his wife Anne are proud parents of three beautiful daughters and reside in Downingtown, Pa.
Heather Troup, PharmD
Heather Troup, PharmD is a graduate of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and completed an ASHP accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center. Dr. Troup started her career completing chart reviews as part of the admissions team at Einstein's long-term care facility. In late 2011, she joined the Main Line Health family and became Paoli Hospital's first emergency department (ED) pharmacist. After spending four years growing the ED pharmacy program at Paoli she decided to embark on a new career adventure and became an inpatient application analyst working to build the Epic platform for all of Main Line Health. As part of the residency program, she co-precepts the elective pharmacy informatics rotation. Aside from work, Heather enjoys being active, running, cooking, baking, traveling, scrapbooking and spoiling her two dogs.
Kiyo Yoda, PharmD
Kiyo Yoda, PharmD is a graduate of Temple University School of Pharmacy and completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, Calif. Dr. Yoda is the pharmacy clinical coordinator at Paoli Hospital. In addition to her responsibilities as a clinical coordinator, she is the residency preceptor for the critical care, drug information and pain and palliative care rotations. She is the primary coordinator / evaluator for Hospital IPPE/APPE students from area pharmacy schools. She is also a pharmacist champion for the pain and palliative care team as well as the investigational research pharmacist. Her current primary areas of interests are anticoagulation, pain management, opioid safety, sedation/analgesia and community education.
Sean Young, PharmD, BCPS
Sean Young, PharmD, BCPS is a graduate of Temple University School of Pharmacy. He has experience working in both hospital and ambulatory care pharmacy. Sean has been an emergency department pharmacist at Paoli Hospital since 2016. In addition to precepting IPPE and APPE students in the emergency department, he is also an active member of the Paoli Hospital Stroke Committee. Sean is the residency co-preceptor for the transitions in care/emergency medicine rotation. In his free time, Sean enjoys going to the beach, playing tennis, watching the Eagles, and going for runs with his dog.