Emily Bennett

Emily Bennett, PharmD

Hometown: Orlando, FL
Pharmacy School: University of Florida - Lake Nona Campus
PGY1 Program: AdventHealth Orlando

Dr. Bennett started as a pharmacy intern with AdventHealth Orlando in 2018. Since then, she has completed her PGY1 at AHO and is now a PGY2 with AdventHealth for Children. She believes AdventHealth for Children provides her more opportunities to see unique and complex patient populations than any other hospital. She has gotten to know the team and preceptors over the years and truly feels like part of the family. She feels this team has her best interests at heart and are always encouraging her to be the best clinician she can with the tools she needs to develop her own practice. Dr. Bennett is most looking forward to working within the pediatric population - which has been her passion area for years. Emily has lived in the Orlando area for a few years now, but she's still trying new places to eat and loves spending her weekends finding fun new adventures and day trips. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family outside of residency. On weekends off, she like to travel or go boating with her husband. After graduating her PGY2, Dr. Bennett hopes to become a Pediatric Clinical Specialist.


Kaitlynn Krupp, PharmD

Hometown: Madison, AL
Pharmacy School: Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy
PGY1 Program: East Alabama Medical Center, Opelika, Alabama.

Dr. Krupp chose AdventHealth for Children because of the high acuity patients, the variety of clinical rotations that matched her interests, and the emphasis placed on teaching and learning. Kaitlynn is looking forward to expanding her clinical knowledge this year while making lasting relationships with her coworkers. Outside of residency, Dr. Krupp enjoys baking, watching movies, and spending time with her friends. Dr. Krupp is excited to try new restaurants in the Orlando area and visit Disney World on the weekends. Post-residency, Dr. Krupp plans to complete her board certification and is looking for a job as a clinical specialist that will allow her to precept students.