Dr. Lindy Rowland earned his B.S. degree in Pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma in 1982 and a PharmD degree in 2003. He has worked for several chain drug stores and his own relief service. He came to work with Deril Lees in 1994 and serves as a relief pharmacist.
He joined The Apothecary Shoppe in 1994. His joy comes from solving the needs of patients through the art and science of prescription compounding. ”
“The idea of individualizing a prescription medication for a specific patient is appealing to me both professionally and personally.” – Dr. Rowland
Dr. David Johnson achieved undergraduate work at the University of Oklahoma and his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. Since 2000, he had been active in NCPA and OPHA. He was the recipient of the Roche Pharmacy Communications Award. This award is given to a 4th year pharmacy student who shows excellence in relating drug information to patients. Special training includes PCCA Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and PCCA Aseptic Technique Compounding.
Dr. Randy Martin graduated with a Bachelors in Biology from Northeastern State University and completed his PharmD degree 2006. He started working with The Apothecary Shoppe as a compounding technician. Special training PCCA Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and PCCA Aseptic Technique Compounding.
Dr. Ryan Yarberry studied at the University of Oklahoma College. He worked as an intern for the Apothecary Shoppe and moved into the position of a compounding pharmacist.
Dr. Lindsay Corsini graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy in May 2009, and began her career as a retail pharmacist. The prospect of applying the knowledge learned from her degree, to formulating products to better help her patients is what drew her in to joining the Apothecary Shoppe team. Dr. Corsini served as KJRH’s “Ask the Pharmacist”, and in her free time enjoys volunteering at the Tulsa Boys’ Home.
Dr. Kiet Vuong attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated in 2004. There, he received his PharmD degree with Distinction. He has worked at several retail pharmacies through the cities of Tulsa and Broken Arrow. He has provided professional services and care to seniors in skilled-nursing facilities and assisted-living communities in northeastern Oklahoma. He joined the Apothecary Shoppe in 2012 to service patients who require more unique medication needs.
Dr. Cory Beck completed his undergraduate work at the University of Oklahoma, and then earned his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma in 2010. Dr. Beck’s pharmacy career began while working as a store clerk for Inola Drug in Inola, Oklahoma. He worked as an intern pharmacist for the Apothecary Shoppe while working on his pharmacy degree, accepting a position after graduation.
Dr. Kyle T. Panter attended and graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. He received both his B.S. in Pharmacy and PharmD degrees. He has also taken home a B.S. degree in Chemistry from Northeastern State University. He’s interned worked as a pharmacist for Homeland and Albertson’s. He was placed in a clinical staff pharmacist position with Saint Francis Hospital, and practiced as a certified pharmacist with the Renal Dosing Program and with the Trauma Service team.
He joined team at The Apothecary Shoppe 2002 because it was a good balance of his undergraduate and pharmacy degrees. Special training includes PCCA Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and PCCA Aseptic Technique Compounding.
Dr. Joshua D. McCann graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy-Tulsa Campus and completed his undergraduate requirements at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. There he worked as part-time lab technician in university’s biochemistry research department and studied natural compounds. His list of pharmacy experience includes work as a clerk/janitor, pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, and compounding pharmacist.