Orlando, Florida

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  • Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
    College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
    Tallahassee, Florida
    Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
  • University of Florida
    College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Gainesville, Florida
  • Completion of Initial Consultant Pharmacist Requirements
    Successfully passed examination/ Consultant Pharmacist


  • AIDS Healthcare Foundation
    Orlando, Florida
    November 2005-Present
    Pharmacy Manager
    Duties include
    • Obtained adequate licensing/and other essentials necessary in opening a pharmacy
    • Assessment of therapy
    • Drug interactions
    • Monitoring of allergies, sensitivities and contraindications
    • Counseling patients on prescription and over the counter medications
    • Counseling patients on proper disease management
    • Monthly inventory assessment to prevent the processing of expired medications
    • Supervising pharmacy technicians

  • National Health Service Corps, Washington, DC
    September 2003-2005
  • Loan Repayment Recipient of the Pharmacy Demonstration Project
      Responsibilities Included: Working in a rural/under-served area for 2 years participating in the healthcare team to provide effective patient care services, becoming culturally sensitive to patients in this under-served area, staying up to date in providing patient financial assistance and medication indigent programs to provide better patient care.

  • Nova Southeastern University, Orlando, FL
    September 2003-2005
    Clinical Affiliate Assistant Professor
    Responsibilities included:
    • Providing practical experience to students in their externship portion of their education
    • Preparing students for the licensing examination
    • Providing basic Spanish skills and culturally sensitive tools to enable more effective counseling to patients
    • Preparing students in their role as part of a healthcare team

  • Central Florida Family Health Center, Inc., Orlando, FL
    August 2001 to 2005
    Pharmacy Manager
    Responsibilities included:
    • Acting as a drug information liaison to patients and Physicians to provide the best patient care
    • Counseling patients on prescription and over the counter medications in English and Spanish
    • Counseling patients on proper disease management in English and Spanish
    • Quarterly checks of inventory to prevent the processing of expired medications
    • Supervising pharmacy technicians, and other authorized personnel
    • Verifying and dispensing prescriptions
    • Chief editor of the bimonthly newsletter of the clinic.

  • Publix Supermarkets, Inc., Orlando, FL
    February 2000 to August 2001
    As Intern then as Pharmacist: Activities included
    • Consulting with physicians
    • Processing prescriptions
    • Counseling patients on prescription and over the counter medications
    • Counseling patients on proper disease management
    • Medication inventory management
    • Supervising pharmacy technicians, pharmacy interns and other authorized personnel

  • Baker's Pharmacy, Tallahassee, FL
    January 1998 to October 1998
    Pharmacy Intern

  • Professional Compounding Centers of America, Inc., Houston, TX
    January 1999
    Completed 16 hours of Continuing Education of Compounding Techniques

    Associations, Interests and Achievements

  • Cum Laude of the Class of 2000
  • American Pharmacists Association:
  • Pharmaceutical Care for Patients with Diabetes, Certificate Program for Pharmacists
  • American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
  • National Community Pharmacy Association
  • American Black Health System Pharmacists
  • Kappa Epsilon Fraternity,

    Volunteer Experience

  • Everglades Elementary School, Miami, FL
  • Alzheimer's Foundation, Tallahassee, FL
  • Tallahassee Memorial Regional Hospital, Tallahassee, FL
  • Salvation Army, Tallahassee, FL

    Research Experience

  • Cardiovascular Center of Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL
    February 1999-April 1999
    Pharmacy student assistant
    • Researched current information about Cardiovascular diseases; informed students about health information, assessed the attitudes of students about health issues.

    Clinical Rotations

  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Miami,FL
    Internal Medicine, May 1999
    Geriatrics, July 1999
    Responsibilities included:
    • Daily rounds with a medical team to serve as a drug information resource
    • Provided documented recommendations on appropriate drug therapy to physicians
    • Counseled patients about purpose of medications, adverse effects, dosing schedule, and administration of the medication
    • Assessed patients medication profile for discharge and made necessary therapeutic adjustments
    • Provided in-services to the team of physicians and the nursing staff.
  • Memorial Pembroke West Pembroke Pines, FL
    Internal Medicine, June 1999
    Responsibilities included:
    • Reviewing patients medication therapy for possible drug interactions
    • Duplication of drug therapy
    • Dosage adjustments
    • Drug interactions
    • Provided recommendations and shared ideas with Physicains and Staff
    • Consutled with Patients
    • Journal reviews and case presentations
    • Refilled Pyxis medication dispensers
  • Memorial Regional Hospital, Hollywood, FL
    Psychiatry, August 1999
  • Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL
    Pediatrics, September 1999
  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Miami, FL
    Ambulatory Care, October 1999
  • Jefferson Reeves Medical Center, Miami, FL
    Dispensing Pharmacy, December 1999
  • Externships:
    Publix Supermarkets Incorporated, Aventura, FL, February 2000
    Palmetto General Hospital, Hialeah, FL, March and April 2000
      Responsibilities included:
    • Weekly rounds with a medical team
    • Monitored patients for adverse drug reactions, drug interactions, and made needed dosage adjustments
    • Learned the proper preparation for JCAHO
    • Attended meetings with the clinical staff
    • Monitored digoxin, and glucophage levels, and appropriate lab values
    • Worked with the IV staff to prepare admixtures, Total Parenteral Nutrition, and chemotherapeutics
    • Provided in-services for the nurses and hospital staff


  • May 1999:
    • "Comparison of the Efficacy of Dihydropyridine Calcium Channel Blockers in African American Patients with Hypertension" journal club presented to the pharmacist and residents at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • "Concepts in Pain Management" inservice presented to the nursing staff.
      June 1999
    • "Diabetic Ketoacidosis associated with Cocaine use" journal club presented to the pharmacist and peers at Memorial Pembroke Hospital, Dr. Lemorris Prier.
    • "Determinants of Mortality in Elderly Patients with Heart Failure: The Role of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors" journal club presented to the pharmacist and peers.
      July 1999
    • "Relation between Influenza Vaccination and Outpatient Visits, Hospitalization, and Mortality in Elderly Persons with Chronic Lung Disease" journal club presented to the pharmacist and peers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
      August 1999
    • "Case presentation of a treatment resistant patient" presented to the psychiatric staff and peers at Memorial Regional Hospital
    • "Ongoing Lithium Treatment Prevents Relapse after Total Sleep Deprivation" journal club presented to the Florida A&M College of Pharmacy staff and peers.
      September 1999
    • "Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, and Iodide supplementation in Total Parenteral Nutrition" presented to the pharmacy staff and peers at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
      October 1999
    • "Amprenavir" a new drug review presented to the pharmacy Residents and peers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
      December 1999
    • "Survey of Veterans Affairs Pharmacists Prescribing Practices" presented with Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center pharmacy residents and clinical pharmacists at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
      March 2000
    • "Antiarryhthmic Agents" presented with Ana Sued to the medical students, residents, peers, and faculty at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, Florida.