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Cher Enderby, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP

Cher Enderby, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP

Program Director

Manager, Education and Staff Development

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Medicine

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board Certified Nutrition Support Pharmacist

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Brittany Bateh, PharmD, BCPS

Brittany Bateh, PharmD, BCPS

Assistant Program Director

Instructor of Pharmacy, College of Medicine

Medical/Surgical Pharmacist

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

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From the Program Director

Mayo Clinic’s foundation is built upon the three shields of patient care, education, and research. The PGY-1 Residency Program at Mayo Clinic in Florida is designed to develop residents into skilled clinical pharmacists. Residents participate in the care of patients using the most current evidence-based standards of care while continuously focusing on Mayo Clinic’s primary value of “the needs of the patient come first.”

Over the course of the year, your knowledge base and pharmacotherapeutic skills will mature through participation in interdisciplinary patient care rounds, review of complex patients, and topic discussions. Teaching and precepting skills will be strengthened as you provide presentations to a variety of health care practitioners, co-precept pharmacy students, and complete a teaching certificate program. Research skills enhanced by progressing through all steps of the research process from developing a project proposal, completing data collection, through manuscript submission. Leadership skills refined through rotation and longitudinal experiences including serving as Chief Resident.

The PGY-1 residency year is tailored to your professional needs and desires. Our dedicated preceptors provide guidance to expand upon your clinical skills and help you reach your professional goals. The commitment devoted to this residency program will serve you well in future endeavors.

Cher Enderby, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP
Program Director
PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at Mayo Clinic in Florida

Department of Pharmacy

Mayo Clinic brought its team approach to medicine to Jacksonville, Florida, in 1986. Mayo Clinic medical, surgical, and research staff represent more than 40 medical and surgical specialties. Mayo Clinic Hospital in Florida combines the best modern technology with quality patient care.

With more than 5,000 employees, the Jacksonville campus of Mayo Clinic brings inpatient and outpatient services under one roof. This integration consolidates a team approach that brings together pharmacists, physicians, researchers and educators who collaborate to do what's best for patients. State-of-the-art equipment, advanced technologies and a nurturing, friendly environment merge the science of medicine with the art of healing.

Dedicated preceptors

Preceptors for the PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency provide patient care in many practice areas and are actively involved in resident teaching and other scholarly activities. The preceptors come from diverse backgrounds and share numerous years of experience, clinical knowledge and interests. Residents have direct access to these and many more preceptors and mentors to optimize the learning experience.

Many pharmacists at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, are certified by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties in various practice areas. All residency program preceptors meet the qualifications outlined by the ASHP.

Pharmacy services

The Department of Pharmacy employs approximately 150 clinical and support staff, including nearly 90 pharmacists, to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical services.

Pharmacy services provided include:

  • Advanced technology, including automated dispensing cabinets and carousels
  • Ambulatory pharmacotherapy consultant services
  • Disease-state directed practice
  • Investigational drug services
  • Pharmacist specialty practices
  • Pharmacokinetic and anticoagulant monitoring
  • Sterile and nonsterile compounding
  • Target drug monitoring programs, including renal dosing and IV to PO conversions
  • Therapeutic interchange

Mayo Clinic uses an electronic medical record, computerized physician order entry, computerized outpatient prescription entry, clinical decision-support tools and a computer-based monitoring system to provide advanced pharmaceutical care. This system integrates data from pharmacy, laboratory, microbiology, and admissions and utilizes specific algorithms to alert pharmacists to potential situations where therapy, safety or costs can be positively impacted.

The electronic medical record provides an opportunity to:

  • Review patient demographic, laboratory and microbiology data; medications; and drug levels during medication profile review, while on team rounds and during dispensing activities
  • Identify patients whose medication therapy requires a pharmacist's daily review
  • Identify and review treatments that are inconsistent with established medication rule-based algorithms
  • Document pharmacist-performed clinical activities and interventions

Practice areas

A broad range of pharmacy practice areas is available at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Whether the individual's interests lie in inpatient medication management and monitoring or outpatient services and consultation, residents are afforded countless learning and teaching opportunities in a resource-rich environment.


Mayo Clinic hospital in Florida opened in April 2008 and has more than 300 beds, 20 operating rooms, and an emergency department. Care in medical and surgical specialties is provided by pharmacists who work collaboratively with the interdisciplinary health care team to optimize patient outcomes.

Pharmacists, residents, and students are long-standing, integral members of a team that continually advances the pharmacy profession.


The eight-story Davis Building remains the clinic's largest facility and houses Mayo Clinic Pharmacy. Nearly 300 prescriptions are filled each day at Mayo Clinic outpatient pharmacy.

Ambulatory pharmacotherapy consults are performed in a specially designed consult area in the primary care practice area. Pharmacists perform approximately 600 medication therapy management consults each year in areas such as polypharmacy, transplant, bariatric surgery, and pharmacogenomics.