Community pharmacy preceptors
Susan Detamore, M.S., graduated with a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and a master’s degree in hospital pharmacy from Butler University. She began her professional career at Bartholomew County Hospital in Columbus, Indiana, followed by a chief pharmacist position with Putnam County Hospital in Greencastle, Indiana. She began her career with Community Health Network in 1984, and has held inpatient roles as staff pharmacist, drug utilization review coordinator, interim director of pharmacy, assistant director of pharmacy and service line pharmacist. Her career direction turned to an outpatient focus in 1997 with roles as managed care pharmacist, retail pharmacist, pharmacy manager, operations director and, presently, executive director of Wellspring Pharmacies. Sue is the preceptor for the practice management rotation and her practice interests include leadership, management and personnel development.
Sue’s hobbies include running marathons, boating and reading murder mysteries.
Kathleen Haynes, Pharm.D., BCPS, CDE, graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1999 with her doctorate of pharmacy degree. She then went to Knoxville, Tennessee for two years of residency in pharmacy practice and primary care. Her desire for a clinical faculty position brought her to Indianapolis and Butler University. She was an assistant professor in the Pharmacy Practice Department with Butler University and Community Health Network from 2001 to 2005. Her clinical areas included the Healthy Hearts Center, Anticoagulation Clinic and Family Medicine Center.
She was the founder and director for the primary care residency for three years, from 2004 to 2006. In 2006, she transitioned in to a role as a disease management pharmacist with the Bridges to Health program at Community Health Network and became the clinical coordinator in 2009. Kathleen also helped develop and is the director of the PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency program, which began in 2009 with Community Health Network – Wellspring Pharmacy and Butler University. Her areas of interest include diabetes, cardiology and women’s health.
In her free time, she enjoys jogging, reading, digital scrapbooking and watching college basketball.
Kate Klyczek, Pharm.D., BCACP, graduated from Ohio Northern University with her doctorate of pharmacy in 2011. She then went on to complete a PGY1 Community Residency with Community Health Network-Wellspring Pharmacy and Butler University. During that time she also completed a teaching certificate through Purdue University and Butler University. Kate is currently a clinical pharmacist with the Bridges to Health program. She helps with precepting for Bridges to Health, asthma education and project management. Her practice interests include dyslipidemia, asthma, CDTM and administration.
In her free time, Kate enjoys running road races, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on her Chicago sports teams, especially the Blackhawks and White Sox.
Carrie Maffeo, Pharm.D., CDE, BCPS, received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Butler University and completed a primary care specialty residency at the University of Southern California. She is an associate professor of pharmacy practice and the director of the Health Education Center at Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Dr. Maffeo helped develop Butler's employee health promotion program, Healthy Horizons, and currently serves as the program director. Healthy Horizons received the Three Star Business Wellness Certification Award from the Wellness Council of Indiana in 2005 and the Four Star Award in 2009. She is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist and a certified diabetes educator. Dr. Maffeo was awarded the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award from the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance in 2009. Her areas of clinical practice include health promotion, disease prevention, weight management, cardiovascular risk reduction, and diabetes prevention and management. Her areas of teaching include self-care, health promotion and pharmacy-based immunization delivery.
Carrie also enjoys healthy cooking, swimming, biking and running. She completed her first half Ironman in the summer of 2011 and is hooked!
Ryan Maples, Pharm.D., graduated from Purdue University in 2007 with a doctor of pharmacy degree. He was a staff pharmacist and manager for CVS/Pharmacy in Arizona and Indianapolis from 2007-2011. He started his career with Community Health Network as the pharmacy manager of Wellspring Pharmacy-Shadeland in 2011. He now manages the newest Wellspring Pharmacy-Noblesville location. He became a certified immunizer in 2010. His areas of practice interest include infectious disease, compounding and working with students.
In his free time, he enjoys golf, Colts football, Cubs baseball, Purdue sports and staying active.
Monika McDougal, Pharm.D., graduated from Purdue University in 1999 with a doctor of pharmacy degree. She completed a pharmacy practice residency at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Monika joined Community Health Network in July 2000. She worked as a Community Hospital East inpatient clinical pharmacy specialist following renal, oncology and infectious disease patients from July 2000 to February 2002. She then joined the family practice team as their clinical pharmacist while serving as an assistant professor in the Pharmacy Practice Department at Butler University until 2005. She left her position as at Butler to spend more time in her new role as “mother,” but continued working as an inpatient clinical pharmacist at Community Hospital East on a part-time basis. In this position she worked on various patient floors and also did some staffing in the inpatient pharmacy. Monika joined the Bridges to Health program in March 2008 as a disease management pharmacist. She helps precept residents with their Bridges to Health – Asthma education and with project management. Her practice areas of interest include asthma and diabetes.
In her free time, Monika enjoys exercising and helping at her daughters’ school.
Emily Papineau, Pharm.D., BCPS, received her Pharm.D. from Butler University in 2004. She went on to do a pharmacy practice residency with St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis and a primary care residency with Community Health Network. In 2006, she became clinical faculty with Butler University and Community Health Network. Emily is an assistant professor of pharmacy practice and a clinical pharmacy specialist in ambulatory care with the Family Medicine Center. She precepts the ambulatory care elective rotation at the Family Medicine Center. Her practice interests include ambulatory care and general medicine.
In her free time, Emily enjoys singing solos in her church choir and trying new recipes at home!
Chauntae Reynolds, Pharm.D., BCACP, graduated from Purdue University in 2003 with a doctor of pharmacy degree. She was an assistant pharmacy manager for Marsh Pharmacy for five years and an adjunct assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Butler University for three years prior to completing a residency. In 2010, Dr. Reynolds completed the inaugural PGY-1 Community Practice Pharmacy Residency with Community Health Network, Wellspring Pharmacy and Butler University. Currently, she is a clinical pharmacist with the Bridges to Health program and the clinical coordinator for immunizations and wellness for Wellspring Pharmacy. Dr. Reynolds earned an Indiana teaching certificate from Purdue University and Butler University and precepts Butler University pharmacy students. She helps with precepting for the Bridges to Health rotation and project management. Her practice interests include diabetes and immunizations.
Her hobbies are travel, jewelry making and Zumba.
Tracy Sprunger, Pharm.D., BCPS, graduated from Hanover College with a B.A. in Biology in 1997 and a B.S. and Pharm.D. from the University of Cincinnati in 2002. She then went on to Clarian Health for her PGY1 pharmacy practice residency and a PGY2 specialty residency in family medicine with Clarian Health and Butler University. She also was the chief pharmacy resident in her second year. Upon completion of her residency in 2004 she took a co-funded faculty position with Butler University and Community Health Network with the family medicine team and as an assistant professor in the Pharmacy Practice Department. She helped developed the PGY2 Pharmacotherapy Residency and was the director from 2007 to present. Tracy changed roles in August 2010 and is now the director of residency and fellowship programs with Butler University and remains an assistant professor. Tracy precepts the longitudinal academic rotation with Butler University. Her practice interests include teaching, cardiology and infectious disease.
Her hobbies include spending time with family and friends, traveling, photography and watching college basketball.
Erin Weber, Pharm.D., BCACP, graduated from Purdue University in 2010 with a doctorate of pharmacy degree. She completed a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency with Community Health Network, Wellspring Pharmacy and Butler University in 2011. She stayed on with Wellspring Pharmacy as a clinical pharmacist in disease state management for the Bridges to Health program. She was the coordinator of the Employee Smoking Cessation class from 2011-2013, and she is currently working with Health Promotions to create an improved program. In 2012, she became a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist. Her areas of interest include diabetes and smoking cessation. She hopes to become a certified diabetes educator in the near future.
In her free time, Erin enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her nieces.