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Pharmacist

Inman, SC

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
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HollyAcker@aol.com 
(864)275-5110

Work Experience

Pharmacist -3rd shift

CVS, Spartanburg, SC

Dec 2010Current

Pharmacist in Charge

CVS, Inman, SC

Apr 2008Nov 2010

South Carolina 
Supervisor, David Clark, R, Ph 
 
Doctor of Pharmacy Program Clinical Rotations: 
 
Hematology/Oncology MUSC Medical Center May 2002 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Kristi Lenz, Pharm. D. 
 
CDAP (Center for Alcohol MUSC Institute of Psychiatry June 2002 and Drug Programs) Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Alex Morton, Pharm. D., BCPP 
 
Drug Information Practice MUSC Drug Information Center September 2002 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Nannette Turcasso Berensen, Pharm. D., BCPS 
 
Community Practice Publix Pharmacy October 2002 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Brett Fallaw, R.Ph. 
 
Hospital Practice St. Francis Women's and Family Hospital December 2002 
Greenville, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Sylvia Currier, R.Ph. 
 
Internal Medicine MUSC Medical Center January 2003 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Marlea Givens, Pharm. D. 
 
Hematology/Oncology MUSC Medical Center February 2003 
Ambulatory Care Charleston, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Maureen Haas, Pharm. D. 
 
Critical Care Greenville Hospital System March 2003 
Greenville, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Mary Hess, Pharm. D. 
 
Ambulatory Care Greenville Hospital System April 2003 
Greenville, South Carolina 
Preceptor: Mary Hess, Pharm. D.

Pharmacist in Charge

CVS, Spartanburg, SC

Oct 2006Apr 2008

South Carolina 
Supervisor, Susan Wint, R.Ph.

Pharmacist in Charge

CVS, Greenville, SC

Sep 2003Oct 2006

South Carolina 
Supervisor, Tony Chapman, R.Ph.

Staff Pharmacist

Eckerd Drug Store, Greenville, SC

Jun 2003Sep 2003

Supervisor, Tony Chapman, R.Ph.

Pharmacy Intern

Eckerd Drug Store, Greenville, SC

2000 2003

Preceptor: B. Hope Turpin, R.Ph. 
 
Shadowing Experience Kerr Drug February 2000 Charleston, South Carolina Preceptor: Dale Chandler, R.Ph.

Shadowing Experience

MUSC Medical Center,

Apr 2000Apr 2000

April 2000 
Adult Hospital Pharmacy 
Preceptor: Pam Mayzck, Pharm. D.

Shadowing Experience

MUSC Medical Center,

Mar 2000Mar 2000

March 2000 
Critical Care, Cardio-thoracic ICU 
Preceptor: Prasad Abraham, Pharm. D.

Pharmacy Technician

Revco Drug Store, Greenville, SC

1993 1996

Lisa Williams, R.Ph.

Education

Doctor of Pharmacy

Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

2003

Additional Information

PRESENTATIONS AND PROJECTS

“Parkinson’s Disease.” Doctoral project presented to faculty and students at the Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. November 1999.

“Cultural Differences in Alcohol Use.” Doctoral project presented to faculty and students in the elective course, Issues and Ethics of Substance Abuse, at the Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. November 2001.

“Liposomal doxorubicin (Doxil®).” Drug Monograph. Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. December 2001.

“Diabetes-What you need to know.” Pamphlet written in patient friendly language, describing the disease state of diabetes, distributed at local community pharmacies and physicians offices. Charleston, South Carolina. March 2001.

“Irinotecan.” Medication in-service presented to attending physicians, medical residents, and medical students in the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. May 2002.

“Capecitabine.” Medication in-service presented to attending physicians, medical residents, and medical students in the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. May 2002.

“Bextra®-To prescribe or not to prescribe?” Medication in-service presented to attending physicians, medical residents, and medical students at the Center for Alcohol and Drug Programs located at the MUSC Institute of Psychiatry. Charleston, South Carolina. June 2002.

“Alkavite.” Medication in-service presented to attending physicians, medical residents, and medical students at the Center for Alcohol and Drug Programs located at the MUSC Institute of Psychiatry. Charleston, South Carolina. June 2002.

“Brimonidine tartrate (Alphagan®).” Drug Monograph. Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. September 2002.

“Narcolepsy.” Pharmacotherapy consult presented to the faculty, staff, residents, and students at the Drug Information Center. Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. September 2002.

“Preventing Infertility in the Female Chemotherapy Patient: The Use of GnRH Analogs to Preserve Ovarian Function.” Pharmacy grand rounds presented to faculty, residents, and students of the College of Pharmacy. Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. October 2002.

“Brimonidine tartrate (Alphagan®).” Drug monograph to be presented to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Medical University of South Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. October 2002.

“Tegaserod (Zelnorm®).” Medication in-service presented to staff of Publix Pharmacy. Charleston, South Carolina. October 2002.

“The use of arginine to treat inborn errors of the urea cycle.” Medication in-service presented to the pharmacists and pharmacy technicians at St. Francis Women’s and Family Hospital. Greenville, South Carolina. December 2002.

“Methadone and the laws pertaining to the use of the drug.” Medication in-service presented to the pharmacists and pharmacy technicians at St. Francis Women’s and Family Hospital. Greenville, South Carolina. December 2002.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
  • ASHP (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists) 1999-present
  • APhA (American Pharmaceutical Association) 1999-present
  • SCPhA (South Carolina Pharmacy Association) 1999-present
  • ASP (Academy of Student Pharmacists) 1999-2003
  • Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity 1999-2003
  • Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society 2001-2003

HONORS and/or AWARDS
  • Dean’s List 1999-2003
  • MUSC College of Pharmacy Honor Council Member 1999-2003
  • Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society 2001-2003
  • Publix Scholarship Recipient October 2001
  • Eckerd Scholarship Recipient August 2002
  • CVS Scholarship Recipient October 2002
  • CVS Regional Paragon Award Winner September 2006

COMMUNITY SERVICE
  • Therapeutic Riding Program Instructor 1996-present
  • Ronald McDonald House 1999-2003
  • Hope Lodge 2000-2003
  • Race for the Cure 1999-present
  • Health Fair 2001
  • Halloween Diabetic Carnival 2001
  • Soup Under the Stars 2001
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