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September Faces of Pharmacy
Fri, Oct 02, 2020 8:00 PM UTC
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September Faces of Pharmacy:
Alisa Eibling, PharmD
Alisa Eibling, PharmD, is a specialty pharmacist with backgrounds in oncology and infectious diseases. Clinically, she strives to keep a patient-centered focus to improve outcomes for her patients. Through patient training, counseling, and conducting research, she has managed to evolve the best possible care for her patients. At her current position as Clinical Director at PFSP, she has achieved URAC 4.0 accreditation as well as ACHC reaccreditation and serves as a preceptor for local pharmacy schools offering a direct patient care rotation customized to each individual student’s career aspirations. She hopes to one day start a residency program in specialty pharmacy. She is originally from North Carolina and a licensed pharmacist in both North Carolina and New Jersey. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in biology. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which is frequently ranked number one in the nation. Alisa has a particular interest in oncology and ambulatory care. In her free time, Alisa enjoys traveling and hiking with her husband.
Adam King, MPH, CPhT, PR
Adam King started his pharmacy career in 2008 and became certified in 2009. He holds an associate’s degree in business management from Grand Rapids Community College, a bachelor of science degree in vocational education from Western Michigan University, and a master of public health degree also from Western Michigan University. He also holds a certificate as a pharmacy regulatory specialist. Adam is currently studying for the Health Education Specialist certification exam.
During his pharmacy career, he has practiced in community pharmacy, compounding pharmacy, and now managed care pharmacy practice. His current position is the Pharmacy Savings Program Manager at a small firm in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is also the executive director of CompassionRx, a project he started forming in graduate school. CompassionRx's current projects are providing diabetes prevention classes and also providing online tutorials for pharmacy technicians on his YouTube channel called “Drug School.”
Adam is devoted to teaching the next generation of pharmacy technicians as well with teaching positions at 2 local colleges. He regularly presents continuing education with the Michigan Pharmacists Association where he will become president of the Michigan Society of Pharmacy Technicians Board of Directors in 2022. He advocates for the expansion of the pharmacy technician role and development of public health practices in pharmacy.
Jameika Stuckey, PharmD
Jameika Stuckey, PharmD, is a part of the pharmacy family at the University of Mississippi Medical Center located in Jackson, Mississippi (MS). She currently serves as the supervisor to amazing deployed med-surg and perioperative clinical pharmacy staff, co-coordinator to the pharmacy PGY-1 residency program, and the institution’s Medication Safety Manager. She also serves on a variety of hospital committees, with a focus on accreditation and electronic medical record safety and quality enhancements.
Outside the hospital, Jameika is also very involved with pharmacy organizations. She holds leadership positions in the Magnolia State Pharmaceutical Society (state affiliate of the National Pharmaceutical Association) and MS Society for Health-System Pharmacists (state affiliate of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists). She was recently named the 2020 MSHP Health-Systems Pharmacist of the Year. Dr Stuckey is also an active member of the Medication Safety Officer Society (MSOS) at the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP). She was a recent featured speaker in the July 2020 MSOS member briefing webinar.
Jameika is a Jackson, Mississippi (MS) native. After high school graduation, she went on to obtain her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Xavier University of Louisiana. Initially she was not quite sure of exactly what she wanted to do so she became a high school chemistry teacher for a short time. She went on to obtain her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of MS School of Pharmacy. Thereafter, she completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency with ambulatory focus at the University of MS Medical Center. Though she was excited about the profession in pharmacy school, it was during residency that she truly fell in love with the profession and caring for patients. She went on to gain a variety of pharmacy experiences, both inpatient and ambulatory, for a large health system in Virginia. Some of those experiences included participating in the development of the ambulatory role of clinical pharmacists and involvement with EMR enhancements and medication safety. In addition, she also built meaningful and lifelong relationships with mentors and brilliant colleagues that continue to impact her contributions to the profession today.
Outside of pharmacy, Jameika is a daughter and caretaker to a mother who suffers from frontotemporal dementia. To honor her mother and help find a cure, she is very active with the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Metro Jackson annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s. She also enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, especially pre-COVID. Jameika is a dog lover and is especially fond of her rescue Bella.
Michael Lorenzo Tinglin, PharmD
Dr. Michael Lorenzo Tinglin was born and raised in Montego Bay, Jamaica, until the age of 15 before migrating to Irvington, New Jersey. Dr. Tinglin graduated from Irvington High School in 2002 before moving on to Rutgers College of Pharmacy to complete his doctorate in pharmacy (PharmD.) Upon graduation, Dr. Tinglin worked for Walgreens. He occupied various roles within the company and launched the first local HIV, Hep C, Oncology, and transplant pharmacy under the Walgreens umbrella in New Jersey. Dr. Tinglin has since moved on to working in a clinical pharmacist's role with Premier Family Medical, a primary care practice, serving the East Hanover and West Caldwell area. As a clinical pharmacist, he was charged with population health, helping patients navigate cost, adherence, compliance, and raising health literacy, significant pillars in independently-run primary care sites. In his spare time, Michael enjoys Zumba and sits on the board of Directors for the Waves of Health, a nonprofit charity dedicated to providing medical care to Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Uganda.