Kameron Blair (PGY1) was born and raised in Heflin, AL. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Jacksonville State University and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy in Birmingham, AL. During pharmacy school, Kameron was active in professional organizations including APhA-ASP and Student National Pharmaceutical Association. Her clinical interests include critical care, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. During her free time, Kameron enjoys spending time with her friends and family, anything outdoors, and watching Hallmark movies, especially at Christmas time!
Matthew Green (PGY1) was born and raised in Athens, TN. He completed his undergraduate studies at Cumberland University in Lebanon, TN and earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy. During pharmacy school, Matthew focused his efforts on his pharmacy intern position at Blount Memorial Hospital and completed numerous projects. Matthew’s interest clinical interest include emergency medicine, critical care, and oncology. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, cheering on the Nashville Predators and his beloved Alabama Crimson Tide.
Casey O’Neal (PGY1) was born and raised in McMinnville, TN. She earned her Associate of Science and Associate of Arts from Motlow State Community College in McMinnville, TN and her Bachelor of Science degree from Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, TN. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. Throughout pharmacy school, she was active in professional organizations including APhA-ASP and Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Her clinical interests include cardiology, emergency medicine, and ambulatory care. When not at work, Casey enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two dogs, eating at Cracker Barrel, cheering on the Tennessee Volunteers, and taking naps.
Bradley Proctor (PGY1) was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia. He earned his Bachelor of Science and his Doctor of Pharmacy degrees at the University of Georgia in Athens. During pharmacy school, Brad was active in professional organizations including ASHP, APhA-ASP, GSHP, and GPhA. His clinical interests include emergency medicine, critical care, and transitions of care. During his free time, Brad enjoys traveling, spending time with his friends and family, spending time outdoors, and pulling for the Georgia Bulldogs.
For more information about CHI Memorial's Pharmacy Residency Program, please contact Karen Babb, Pharm. D. at Karen_Babb@memorial.org.