Hampton University School of Pharmacy Opens a Drug Information Center

logo_huThe Hampton University School of Pharmacy has opened a Drug Information Center in the Hampton Harbors Shopping Center. Faculty at the pharmacy school and advanced practice pharmacy students are available at the center to answer medication related questions from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.weekdays. Consumers can also call the center to ask questions about medications. The questions will be answered by students in the last year of the doctor of pharmacy program. Their answers will be reviewed by a faculty member before the answer is given to the consumer.

“This effort allows us students to the use the knowledge we have learned in the classrooms and put it into practice with real life questions,” stated doctorate of pharmacy candidate Naomi Marquis. “The students benefit because we learn with the supervision of the drug expert on hand. This program is key to a healthier community, and more patients knowing more about their medications.”

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