Molly S. Mortimer, Pharm.D., BCPS
Molly Mortimer is Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator for Elliot Hospital. She is the PGY-1 Residency Program Director as well as the Preceptor for Adult Critical Care. Her areas of involvement include: Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Anticoagulation Work Group and Medication Safety.
Dr. Mortimer completed a PGY-1 Residency program at the Boston VA Medical Center, Boston, MA in 1998. Prior to joining the Pharmacy Team at Elliot, she was an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Her current areas of interest include: sedation and infusion pump technology.
Marianne Whittaker, Pharm.D.
Marianne Whittaker, Pharm.D. is a Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist at the Elliot Hospital. She is the PGY-2 Residency Program Director for Pediatrics and precepts several rotations in this program. She is also the preceptor for the required pediatric rotation in the PGY-1 program.
Dr. Whittaker earned her doctor of pharmacy degree from Northeastern University. She then completed a pharmacy practice residency at Boston Medical Center in 2007. Before coming to the Elliot, she worked at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center. Dr. Whittaker’s areas of interest focus on pediatric intensive care, pediatric sedation and pharmacokinetics. She is a member of the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group, American College of Clinical Pharmacy and American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists.
Margaret (Peg) Hayes
Margaret (Peg) Hayes is an Informatics Pharmacist at Elliot Hospital. She currently maintains the Pharmacy module of the Hospital HIS system and the integration of the Pharmacy’s automation systems. Peg is actively involved in the Medication Safety Committee, Medication Reconciliation Committee and Inpatient Optimization.
She earned her BS in Pharmacy in 1981 from the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI and has over 30 years experience as a hospital pharmacist. She served on the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy for 10 years, serving as the President for 3 years. She has served on other state level committees including the Joint Health Council and the Joint Pharmaceutical Formulary and Credentialing Committee. She has been an active member of the New England Council of Hospital Pharmacists for over 20 years. Her current area of interest is informatics.