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. Pejman Farrokh will be an incoming PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident at Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Farrokh received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy in May 2017. As a pharmacy student, he played an active role as a treasurer officer for Pharmacy Student Government Association and Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists Wegmans School of Pharmacy Chapter. His professional interest includes infectious disease, cardiology, ambulatory care, and administration. He also held a position as a pharmacy intern at Walgreens during his pharmacy training. He enjoys playing golf, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. William Gage will be one of the incoming PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residents at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in 2018. He completed his PharmD at Shenandoah University in 2018, and attained his undergraduate education at the University of Colorado Denver. Dr. Gage was initially introduced to the VA during a practical rotation during school, and further pursued his interests in the VA during the summer of 2016 by participating in the VALOR Pharmacy Intern program. Professionally, he holds active membership with the Phi Lambda Sigma and Kappa Epsilon fraternities, and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Outside of the pharmacy world, he enjoys eating and feeding others good food, reading science fiction books, and tinkering with mechanical and technological problems that don’t exist.
Dr. Allison Lizer is a PGY1 resident at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She received her Doctorate of Pharmacy in May 2018 from Shenandoah University where, as a pharmacy student, she was involved with Kappa Epsilon, Phi Lambda Sigma, and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Her professional interests include critical care, ambulatory care, and psychiatry.
Dr. Jennifer Weaver is a PGY-2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg, WV. Dr. Weaver is originally from Bristol, TN and received her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy in Johnson City, TN. Dr. Weaver completed her PGY-1 training at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Bristol, TN. Her current practice interests include neurology, substance abuse, geropsychiatry, and primary care mental health integration.
Sarah Mickanis Pharm.D., BCPS
Phone: (304) 263-0811 ext. 4243
Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center
510 Butler Ave
Martinsburg, WV 25405