Carroll certified in geriatric pharmacy

May 30, 2016

Dana Carroll, PharmD, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Community Health Sciences’ Department of Family Medicine, earned certification as a geriatric pharmacist from the Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy. The CCGO, a nonprofit organization created by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, offers a voluntary certification program for pharmacists, with a focus on geriatric pharmacy practice. To become certified, eligible pharmacists must pass a written exam on geriatric pharmacy practice and principles of geriatric drug therapy. Carroll is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist and a certified diabetes educator. She earned her BA and PharmD from Auburn University and completed a primary care pharmacy practice residency.