Martinsburg VA Medical Center provides general medical, surgical, psychiatric, primary, and specialty care services to 129,000+ veterans in 23 counties in West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The Martinsburg VA hospital campus consists of 69 acute care hospital beds, 178 long term care beds, and 312 rehabilitation domiciliary beds. The system also provides primary care and clinical pharmacy services at six community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs).
- Internal Medicine/Acute Care
- Oncology/Palliative Care Unit
- Pharmacotherapy (PACT) Clinic
- Emergency Medicine/Infectious Disease
- Anticoagulation Clinic (Longitudinal)
- Management and Leadership (Longitudinal)
- Intensive Care Unit
- Pulmonary Care
- Psychiatric Care
- Women’s Health
- Pharmacy Residency Teaching and Learning Curriculum Certificate Program (SU)
Dr. Sylvie Dzobosse is a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident at Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Virginia. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Shenandoah University and dual MBA/MS degrees from University of Maryland. As a pharmacy student, Sylvie served as president of Industry Pharmacists Organization, class of 2022 on the Fairfax campus and advocacy representative of both APhA/VPhA and ACCP/DC-CCP. She also participated in activities as a member of Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity and Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.
Before Pharmacy school, Sylvie worked in a variety of health care settings while taking on active leadership roles. Her experience includes extensive hands-on involvement in managing multiple complex projects as well as overseeing diverse organizations.
Dr. Dzobosse’s professional interests include health-system administration, leadership, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy services expansion, pharmacy entrepreneurship, pharmacoeconomic, academia and oncology. Outside of pharmacy, Sylvie enjoys cooking, trying new restaurants, listening to music, traveling to new places, shopping, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Dr. Miranda Godfrey is a PGY-1 Resident at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Virginia. She earned her doctorate in pharmacy from Shenandoah University in 2022 and completed her prerequisite coursework at Shepherd University. During her time as a pharmacy student, she was involved in several organizations including Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmaceutical Fraternity, APhA-ASP, ACCP, and was an advisor for the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. Miranda’s professional interests include ambulatory care, substance use disorders, women’s health, and academia. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband Jake and her family, reading, cooking, and traveling.
Dr. Elizabeth “Lizzy” Rightnour is from Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. She earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy from West Virginia University. Lizzy’s current practice interests include ambulatory care, infectious disease, and anticoagulation. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing with her rambunctious cat, watching documentaries, and playing video games.
Sarah Mickanis Pharm.D., BCPS
PGY1 Residency Program Director
Phone: (304) 263-0811 ext. 4243
Gary Flowers, Pharm.D., MS, BCPP, BCPS
PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency Program Director
Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center
510 Butler Ave
Martinsburg, WV 25405