Jennie Wilson, PharmD

Hometown: Parsippany, NJ
Pharmacy School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PGY1 Program: AdventHealth Orlando

Dr. Wilson chose to pursue residency at AdventHealth Orlando because she wanted to gain experience caring for a variety of patient populations, including transplant, ECMO, pulmonary hypertension, and more. She also wanted to learn from preceptors with advanced training and she couldn't imagine completing a PGY2 anywhere else after her positive experience at AdventHealth Orlando as a former PGY1 resident. Dr. Wilson is most excited for the opportunity to attend SSCM Critical Care Congress where she will get to network with other healthcare professionals and expand her critical care knowledge even further. Jennie is looking forward to trying new restaurants in Orlando this year and enjoys golfing with her husband. She also loves watching Netflix while cuddling with her two cats. After residency, Jennie hopes to obtain a clinical pharmacist position in a medical ICU where she can precept students and residents.


Kyle Volland, PharmD

Hometown: Clearwater, FL
Pharmacy School: University of Florida College of Pharmacy
PGY1 Program: Baptist Medical Center

Dr. Volland chose AdventHealth Orlando because of their robust cardiology rotation experiences, which includes ECMO and pulmonary hypertension. Dr. Volland has always had an interest in cardiology intensive care so he knew AdventHealth Orlando would teach him these topics. Kyle is looking forward to meeting new team members at AdventHealth Orlando and expanding on topics he learned from his first year of residency. He is not new to the Orlando area, but he is hoping to go to a few concerts that happen here. Dr. Volland loves to cook, specifically Italian food. Making fresh pasta is his specialty. He also likes to exercise, either weightlifting or cardio. Dr. Volland would like to pursue a rounding position in a cardiology intensive care unit or possibly the medical intensive care unit. He also has a long-term goal of becoming a PGY-2 Critical Care residency program director.