Pharmacists

Ryan Seo, Pharm.D, MBA

Pharmacy Residency Program Director

Biography coming soon!.

Hy L. Ton, Pharm.D

I graduated from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California in 1989. Since then, I have had experience in various areas of pharmacy practice: hospital setting, long term care, home IV infusion/specialty infusion and outpatient. I love all sides of the pharmacy profession but clinical operations are my passion and my model is blending pharmacy operational efficiency and clinical advancement. I became a member of the NorthBay Healthcare team 3 years ago as the Pharmacy Supervisor. The NorthBay team has fostered my growth as a clinician, a manager and a preceptor. Prior to joining the team, I was the manager for a national home IV infusion company, Coram Healthcare for the Sacramento/Reno area. I worked as clinical/hospital pharmacist at Lodi Memorial Hospital in Lodi California, Desert Spring Medical Center in Las Vegas, NV and pharmacy manager for Rite Aid in Sacramento. Outside of work, I enjoy playing tennis, swimming, traveling and spending time with my family & friends.

Daniel Ford, Pharm.D

I graduated as part of the charter class of the University of California, San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2006. I went on to complete a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of California, San Francisco followed by a Critical Care Specialty Residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pennsylvania. I worked for a year at the Western Pennsylvania Hospital as the Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist rounding in the Medical/Surgical ICU and Burn Unit, and was then recruited by NorthBay Healthcare. I am currently the lead Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist at NorthBay Medical Center where I am able to immerse myself in my clinical interests of critical care, infectious diseases and pharmacokinetics while maintaining my commitment to teaching. Outside work I enjoy cooking, wine tasting, playing the guitar and being the best daddy possible.

Alan Goldberg, Pharm.D, BCPS

I graduated from the University of the Pacific in 2002. After completing a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the City of Hope National Medical Center in Southern California, I accepted a position with NorthBay Medical Center in 2003. In addition to my full time clinical responsibilities at NorthBay, I have worked part time at various facilities in both Northern and Southern California. I am greatly motivated by residents/students and find the experience of being a preceptor one of the most rewarding aspects of my career thus far. As a part of my precepting responsibility, I am adjunct faculty with University of the Pacific, Touro University and University of California San Francisco. I maintain a strong commitment to continued learning and leadership in our expanding clinical roles as pharmacist. I continue to support our field as a member of ASHP, CSHP, and ACCP. My areas of interest include general medicine, patient education, and pharmacy informatics. My non-pharmacy related interest include: football (Da’ Bears!), travel, real estate investing and dogs.

Neeta Bhasin, RPh

I was raised in a small town outside of Montreal, Canada. After graduating with honors from the University of Toronto, I received my pharmacy degree from Drake University in Iowa. Continuing my westward journey, I moved to the Bay Area and began my career as a pharmacist. For approximately the next three years, I gained extensive experience working as both an inpatient and outpatient pharmacist at various facilities. In 1993 I accepted a position as clinical pharmacist with NorthBay Medical Center and have served in that capacity for over seventeen years. During this time period, I worked very closely with the Pharmacy Department's clinical coordinator to develop my knowledge base, critical thinking skills and teaching expertise. In addition to my clinical responsibilities at the hospital, I work in the areas of oncology, critical care and have experience in the anticoagulation clinic. I have a passion for teaching. As a preceptor, I am committed to educating residents and students to develop the knowledge, confidence and leadership skills necessary for a successful career as pharmacists. As part of my teaching achievements, I was honored with the prestigious NorthBay 2007 Educator of the Year Award. My areas of general professional interest include patient education, infectious disease, pharmacokinetics and oncology. My outside hobbies and interests include long distance running, collecting antiques, gourmet cooking and spending time with my two beautiful daughters.

Shaheen Shaikh, Pharm.D

I graduated from the University of California, San Francisco School of Pharmacy in 2002 and continued my training at UCSF by completing a Pharmacy Practice Residency 2002-2003. After residency, I accepted an inpatient Clinical Pharmacist position with NorthBay Healthcare primarily working at our medical center’s sister hospital VacaValley Hospital. Since joining NorthBay, I have also been able to provide ambulatory care services at our Anticoagulation clinic. My areas of interest in pharmacy practice include general medicine, infectious disease, and patient/provider education. In addition, a most gratifying responsibility has been assisting my colleagues in the development, implementation and evaluation of our student clerkship and residency program. Outside of work, I enjoy being a new mother, reading and following sports.

Erika Evans, Pharm.D, CACP

I received my Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Oregon State University in 2005. I then completed an Ambulatory Care Specialty Residency at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas, Texas. I became a Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider in 2010 and currently work as a clinical pharmacist in the Anticoagulation Clinic. Working directly with patients, staff and students in an effort to provide quality pharmaceutical care is uniquely both rewarding and challenging. When not at work, I enjoy traveling, and spending “quiet” time with my husband and daughter.