W. Anthony Hawkins, Pharm.D.

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy, Albany
Clinical Assistant Professor

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy, Albany

  • Education

    PGY-2 Critical Care Residency, Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, GA 2014

    PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency, Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, GA 2013

    Doctor Pharmacy, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy 2012

  • Honors, Awards, and Achievements

    Outstanding Young Health System Pharmacist of the Year Award, GSHP, 2016

    Appointed Coordinator of the PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

    Faculty Achievement in Classroom Teaching (FACT) Grant, UGA, 2015

    Pharmacy Teaching Certificate, Mercer University College of Pharmacy, 2013

    Robert C. Wilson Award for professional integrity, personality, positive attitude and intelligence, UGA College of Pharmacy, 2012

    President, UGA College of Pharmacy Class of 2012

    Lead Dawg Award for outstanding leadership, UGA College of Pharmacy, 2011

  • Affiliations
  • Research Interests

    My clinical research interests include the choice of IV fluids, fluid resuscitation and hemodynamic monitoring. Academic interests include metacognition in student and resident learning, multi-professional education, and interdisciplinary team dynamics.

  • Selected Publications


    Hawkins A, Mazzeffi M, Abraham P, Paciullo C. Prevalence and factors associated with absence of venous thromboembolism prophylaxis. Critical Care Medicine 2014; 42(S12):A1510

    Hawkins A, Sevransky J, Folse SL. Use of antipsychotics for the prevention of ICU delirium. Critical Care Medicine 2013; 41(S12):A244.


    Gave a one-hour invited CE presentation to Archbold Memorial Hospital on Early Goal Directed Therapy for Septic Shock

    Presented “How low can you go? Approach to sedation in mechanically ventilated patients” as a platform presentation on February 20 at Phoebe Medicine Residency in Albany, GA.