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Meet Our Student Pharmacist for April, T’Bony Jewell, From The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy.


This month, we are joined in the pharmacy and lab by T’Bony Jewell, a fourth year pharmacy student from The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy. T’Bony will graduate in May and will then take the test to become a registered pharmacist. She is also working to obtain her MBA! T’Bony will be with us throughout April, so please stop by and meet her while she is here. Show her the Plain City hospitality!

Here is what T’Bony has to say about herself:

My name is T’Bony Jewell, a fourth year student from The Ohio State University. I have spent the majority of my time working in community pharmacy serving the southern population of Columbus. I love the interactions that I get to have with patients during counseling sessions and getting to know them. My rotations so far have afforded me the opportunity to work in various pharmacy settings including an emergency department, small rural hospitals, and even in pharmacy association management. Working in so many different settings, I have found a love for process improvement and people development which led me to pursue a master’s degree in business administration.

Originally, I am from a small town in western Maryland, where my parents and brother still live. My sister is a bit closer, here in northeast Ohio. When I am not working or in class/rotations, I like to spend my time with family and friends. I have family in the Columbus area and have enjoyed being around to be a positive role model for my three young cousins. I also spend a lot of my time doing crafty DIY projects including dress making, painting, and decorating. Crafting provides me a way to be creative and simultaneously relieves stress.

I hope to break into pharmacy management in order to efficiently utilize pharmacy resources. Our patients and health care are the focus. I believe too many businesses forget that the bottom line is not always about profit, but how effective the care is that we provide. It is essential that patients have access to affordable care.

Plain City Druggist is the final of my nine rotations. The independent setting provides many opportunities to gain business planning and strategy experience.

I hope to quickly acclimate to your community and be a resource that you can reach out to during the month of April.


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