For Jessica Hernandez, a third year pharmacy student, a career in pharmacy means a career advocating for patients and people. “The reason we keep doing this (hosting the health fair) is because we love being a part of the community, and knowing there is a need in the community,” Hernandez said.
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will present its 10th Community Health Fair, a free event to assist and educate the Lake Worth community, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Armory Annex, 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Pharmacists, healthcare
Dr. Mark Bonfiglio joined the Gregory School of Pharmacy as the new department chair of pharmacy practice and associate professor of pharmacy practice. He says that his Christian worldview shapes his perspective on the profession as well as opportunities for practice. Bonfilgio’s knowledge of the
The Gregory School of Pharmacy has announced two new pharmacy residency programs for 2018. The community pharmacy and ambulatory care programs will prepare students for a variety of specialized career opportunities. “Our graduates are entering this ever-changing practice environment; and, even
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Elias Chahine received the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists (FSHP) 2017 Residency Preceptor of the Year Award. Chahine has been precepting pharmacy residents during their infectious diseases and internal medicine learning experiences since
PBA alumnus, a current P3 student, two current pharmacy preceptors and former pharmacy professor accept awards at the Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) annual meeting. The FPA is a state wide professional pharmacy organization united to advance healthcare and pharmacy practice. Dr. Luther Laite,
Born and raised in Belle Glade, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Keysha Bryant drew on her deeper understanding of that community to lead Gregory School of Pharmacy faculty and students on a mission trip to that area. The 12-member team comprised of four faculty members and eight
Settling back into the routine of life in the U.S., PBA students like Chelsea Harlan find that their foreign mission trips are shaping their outlook for serving others anywhere. Pharmacy student Andrea Mezentsef, center, with a translator and a Ugandan patient. Harlan, a student in the Lloyd L.
Christian Pharmacist Fellowship International (CPFI) recognized Palm Beach Atlantic University’s CPFI student chapter as the national chapter of the year. The announcement was made in June at the group’s annual conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado.Jason Bowen (P3), a pharmacy student in the
Dr. E. Randolph Richards, provost and chief academic officer for Palm Beach Atlantic University, announced the promotion of nine faculty members. Associate Professor Fred J. Browning, of Palm Beach Gardens, was promoted to professor of physics. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the