Kathryn Pinkney, PharmD
A Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) is a pharmacist trained to dispense medications and work directly with patients to recommend medications, oversee or adjust dosages, and provide education.
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy, Kingston, RI
Katie Pinkney has had a passion for helping the community since she started working at a local independent pharmacy during high school. She went on to become a pharmacist in 2012, all while serving communities in need through her position as pharmacy manager. During this time, she took special interest in patient education, cost-saving programs and medication safety initiatives, collaborating often with clinic providers to achieve optimal patient care. Wanting to make more of an impact on patient care, Katie sought out clinical pharmacist positions, which is what brought her to Lowell Community Health Center and its clinical pharmacy team. In this role, Katie is able to work more closely with both patients and providers to manage complex diseases including diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and more. Katie is grateful and excited to have a role where she can truly make a difference and help patients improve their health through education, counseling, and medication management.
When she’s not at work, Katie likes to travel with her husband, spend time outside with her dog, work on crafting/DIY projects, and play board games with her friends!
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Lowell Community Health Center
161 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Main Number: 978.937.9700
Lowell CHC is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 USC 254b and an FTCA-deemed facility.
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