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Meet Our Student Pharmacist for July from The Ohio State University: Kevin Wenceslao.


This month, we are joined in the pharmacy and lab by Kevin Wenceslao, a fourth year pharmacy student from The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy. Kevin will graduate in May 2018 and will then take the test to become a registered pharmacist. Kevin will be with us throughout July, so please stop by and meet him while he is in the store. Show him the Plain City hospitality!

Here is what Kevin tells us about himself:

Hello, everyone! My name is Kevin Wenceslao.  I am the fourth-year pharmacy student from The Ohio State University who will be on rotation here at Plain City Druggist. Throughout the month, I will be on-site helping out in the pharmacy. The previous pharmacy student, Mackenzie, and I have partnered up with Jennifer and PCD to participate in the Partner for Promotion program. In this project, we will be working together to design a new service to help expand quality patient care in this community setting.

Originally born in the Philippines, I moved to Illinois when I was five-years-old. Since then, I completed my undergraduate studies at Iowa State University and ended up going to OSU for my pharmacy doctorate. As you can see, I really enjoy living in the Midwest and experiencing frigid winters and burning summers. When I’m not doing something pharmacy-related, which is rare, I enjoy playing sports like volleyball and binge eating food from the many food trucks Columbus has to offer.

Currently, I work at the OSU Medication Management Program which is a call center dedicated to completing medication reviews for patients throughout the country. I am greatly interested in working in a managed care setting eventually due to its big picture approach to pharmacy. By working in the community and meeting its residents, I hope to keep those experiences in mind when advocating for health care changes at the larger level.

All in all, I am excited to work with everyone here at PCD and look forward to meeting new people who come into the store. This will be the first independent and compounding pharmacy I have worked at, so I am excited to learn more about these new areas. If you see me, please don’t hesitate to stop by and say hello!


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