2010 Graduate Named Military Pharmacist Of The Year Finalist
Gregory Hare, Pharm.D.
U.S. Army, Tripler Army Medical Center
Gregory Hare graduated with a Pharm.D. from the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy in 2010.
As chief of ambulatory pharmacy services at Tripler Army Medical Center, he finds great satisfaction through numerous opportunities to help patients every day, including counseling on new medications, performing comprehensive medication therapy management services, and providing medication and dosing recommendations to providers.
"One of my greatest achievements was implementing standardized pediatric weight-based order sets for 20 of the most commonly prescribed medications for pediatric patients seen in the emergency department at my first duty station."
SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
"One of my biggest sources of inspiration is being able to take care of those who have given so much in service to our country: soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, coast guardsmen, and veterans, as well as their family members."
"I strive to treat all patients as if they are my own family and to keep the Army values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage at the forefront of all I do."
VISION FOR PHARMACY
"I see the roles of clinical pharmacists expanding, with increased efforts to quantify the impact they have from a quality perspective, such as improved patient outcomes, and a cost perspective, such as costs avoided."
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