New Faculty Member Hohmeier Named NACDS Faculty Scholar

ken hohmeierThe National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation has selected Kenneth C. Hohmeier, PharmD, assistant professor of Clinical Pharmacy, as one of the 2014-15 NACDS Foundation Faculty Scholars. As a NACDS Foundation Faculty Scholar, Dr. Hohmeier will participate in a program focused on community pharmacy-based patient research.

After earning his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toledo in Ohio, he began his post-graduate year 1 (PGY1) community pharmacy residency training with Kroger Pharmacy and the University of Toledo. Upon completion of his residency year, Dr. Hohmeier began practicing at an independent pharmacy chain in Northern Ohio. After three years, Dr. Hohmeier had built a profitable pharmacy including compounding and medication therapy management services, a disease state management program with a local employer group, and he worked collaboratively with University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic.  He also gained appointment as a clinical assistant professor of Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University, where he taught in both the MTM and pharmacy leadership courses, and provided experiential education instruction to introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experience student pharmacists.

In addition to his practice responsibilities, Dr. Hohmeier has also served on several American Pharmacist Association standing committees, and recently served as an elected member of the Ohio Pharmacist Association Board of Trustees. Dr. Hohmeier also has had several publications, including grant-funded research. His research interests include clinical services in the community pharmacy, pharmacy leadership and entrepreneurship, and innovative health care reimbursement models.

 

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