Dr. Abby Bailey
Dr. Abby Bailey

Assistant Professor

Dr. Bailey received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and subsequently completed a pharmacy practice and an emergency medicine specialty residency at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Dr. Bailey is active in her clinical practice in emergency medicine at UK Chandler Hospital where she is also the Emergency Medicine clinical coordinator. She is also active in precepting both pharmacy residents and students and is the current program director for the postgraduate year two emergency medicine residency program. Dr. Bailey co-coordinates three elective courses in the Pharm.D. curriculum including Emergency Medicine, Toxicology in Clinical Practice, and an Independent Study course in Community Emergency Response Training. Dr. Bailey is active in ACCP, serving on several committees within the Emergency Medicine Practice and Research Network.

Recent Publications

  • Bailey Abby M, Justice Stephanie, Davis George Alan, Weant Kyle A. (2017). Delayed hematologic toxicity following rattlesnake envenomation unresponsive to crotalidae polyvalent antivenom. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine,
  • Morizio K M, Baum Regan, Dugan A, Martin Julia E, Bailey Abby M. (2017). Characterization and Management of Patients with Heroin versus Non-Heroin Opioid Overdoses: Experience at an Academic Medical Center. Pharmacotherapy,
  • Weant Kyle A, Bailey Abby M, Baum Regan, Baker Stephanie, Calhoun C D. (2017). Chemotherapy in the Emergency Department? There Is a Role for That: Methotrexate for Ectopic Pregnancy. Advanced emergency nursing journal, 39(1), 18-25.
  • Metts E L, Bailey Abby M, Weant Kyle A, Baker Stephanie. (2016). Identification of Rate-Limiting Steps in the Provision of Thrombolytics for Acute Ischemic Stroke. Journal of pharmacy practice,
  • Moore Melinda, Bailey Abby M, Flannery Alexander H, Baum Regan. (2016). Treatment of Diabetic Ketoacidosis With Intravenous U-500 Insulin in a Patient With Rabson-Mendenhall Syndrome: A Case Report. Journal of pharmacy practice,
  • Bailey Abby M, Reed B S, Weant Kyle A, Baker Stephanie. (2016). Complements Are Not Always a Good Thing: Novel Therapies for Angioedema. Advanced emergency nursing journal, 38(2), 93-108.
  • Bailey Abby M, Baum Regan, Rose Justin Boone, Humphries Roger Loyd. (2016). High-Dose Adenosine for Treatment of Refractory Supraventricular Tachycardia in an Emergency Department of an Academic Medical Center: A Case Report and Literature Review. The Journal of emergency medicine, 50(3), 477-81.
  • Bailey Abby M, Blackburn M C, Crowley J M, Horn K S, Schultz A E, Baker Stephanie. (2016). A Review on the Reversal of the Old and New Anticoagulants. Advanced emergency nursing journal, 38(4), 279-294.
  • Bailey Abby M, Stephan Maria, Weant Kyle A, Baker Stephanie. (2015). Dosing of Appropriate Antibiotics and Time to Administration of First Doses in the Pediatric Emergency Department. The journal of pediatric pharmacology and therapeutics : JPPT : the official journal of PPAG, 20(4), 309-15.
  • Weant Kyle A, Bailey Abby M, Fleishaker E L, Baker Stephanie. (2014). Being prepared: bioterrorism and mass prophylaxis: part II. Advanced emergency nursing journal, 36(4), 307-17; quiz 318-9.