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Please Welcome Taylor Law Our Student Pharmacist from The Ohio State University for the Month of July.

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This month, we are joined at Plain City Druggist by Taylor Law, a fourth-year pharmacy student from The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy.

Taylor will graduate in May 2022 with her PharmD degree and will then take the test to become a registered pharmacist. Taylor will be with Meghan, “the other Tayler”, and the staff here in Plain City throughout July, so please stop by and meet her while she is here.

Here is what Taylor tells us about herself:

Hi there! My name is Taylor Law. I am a fourth-year pharmacy student at The Ohio State University (Go Bucks!). I am a student pharmacist on rotation at Plain City Druggist for the month of July.

I am originally from Wapakoneta, OH, but have lived in Columbus for the last seven years. I became interested in pharmacy when I was in high school, because I loved chemistry. My chemistry teacher’s husband was a pharmacist and taught at The University of Findlay. The summer after my sophomore year of high school, my chemistry teacher convinced me to go to pharmacy camp at Findlay and from that moment on I was hooked on all things pharmacy.

Through the years, I have grown from loving the science aspect of pharmacy to loving how the science aspect can positively change patients’ lives. Pharmacists are the most accessible health care professionals and can make a huge difference in someone’s life.

Most of my pharmacy experience has been more in a hospital setting. In undergrad, I worked at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus as a pharmacy technician. Once I got into pharmacy school and became a first-year student, I stayed on staff and became an intern. I love the challenge of caring for patients acutely. I also very much enjoy the interprofessional teamwork that is accomplished in the hospital to take care of patients.

I have never worked in an independent pharmacy, so this month I am extremely excited to be challenged, grow, and learn in an environment I am not used to.

Outside of all things pharmacy, I am a very active girl. I coach swimming and work as a pool receptionist at Scioto Country Club in Upper Arlington. I also am training for a triathlon! I am doing a triathlon in August in Charlottesville, VA. Out of the swimming, biking, and running, my favorite part of the triathlon is the biking part.

So that is a little about me. I cannot wait to begin to get to know everyone at Plain City Druggist this month!

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