Amanda Crick, MSN

Kasey Malotte, PharmD

Supportive Care Medicine Pharmacist

Kasey Malotte, PharmD, serves as the clinical pharmacist for Cedars-Sinai Supportive Care Medicine. She also serves an affiliate associate professor in the Masters of Science in Palliative Care at University of Maryland – Baltimore.

Dr. Malotte is licensed as an advanced practice pharmacist in the state of California and is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist.

Dr. Malotte earned a bachelor of arts in Chemistry with Department Honors from Chapman University. She then earned her doctorate of pharmacy from University of Maryland – Baltimore, completing the Geriatrics and Palliative Care pathway certificate program. Dr. Malotte completed a residency in pharmacy practice at Duquesne University, where she created the St. Barnabas Free Home pharmacist-led pain service as well as the first St. Barnabas Hospice pharmacy elective rotation. She then completed a second residency in Palliative Care and Pain Management at University of Maryland – Baltimore, where she aided in development of the Palliative Connecting Hospital to Home telehealth program. Dr. Malotte also has a strong interest in advancement of pharmacist practice, interprofessional education and palliative outcomes research.

Dr. Malotte previously worked as a clinical pharmacist for MedStar Union Memorial Hospital Inpatient Geriatrics and Palliative Care consultation service, and served as preceptor for internal medicine residents, medicine students, social work students and pharmacy practice residents. During this time, she also completed the Medical Education Research Certificate program at Georgetown University.

Dr. Malotte has been invited to speak both regionally and nationally about palliative care topics, including humanistic outcomes in inpatient palliative care, opioid management and pharmacotherapeutic management of symptoms. She also has written several review articles and has been published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine.

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