Meet our PGY-1 Residents
Neha Belter, PharmD, MPA
Hometown: Creve Coeur, MO
Dr. Belter earned her BS in Biological Engineering at University of Missouri-Columbia and afterwards worked at the Genome Institute at Washington University School of Medicine as a research scientist working on various projects including the Human Genome Project and the Human Gut Microbiome Project.
She went on to pursue a Master of Public Administration, with an emphasis in health administration and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Missouri- Kansas City. Upon graduation from University of Missouri- Kansas City, she commenced employment with HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. Currently Dr. Belter is participating in the non-traditional residency program rotating between the clinical pharmacy residency and her previous position as an overnight clinical staff pharmacist. Her practice areas of interest currently include informatics, cardiology, psychiatry, and infectious disease. In her time away from pharmacy, she works with her husband and a business partner to assist managing a barbeque restaurant in St. Louis they collectively own. Other interests include spending time with family and friends, reading, and traveling.
Timothy Cruz, PharmD
Hometown: Homer Glen, IL
Dr. Cruz earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy in May 2019. He serves as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice at SIUE School of Pharmacy in addition to his clinical pharmacy residency. His practice areas of interest include cardiology, pain and palliative care, psychiatry, and ambulatory care. Outside of work, he enjoys going to concerts, playing golf, and following hockey and baseball.
Jeremy Andis, PharmD
Hometown: Freeburg, IL
Dr. Andis earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy in May 2019. In addition to his clinical pharmacy residency, he serves as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice at SIUE School of Pharmacy. His practice areas of interest are broad and include infectious disease, critical care, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. Outside of pharmacy, he enjoys snowboarding, being outdoors, and following hockey.