Groundbreaking ceremony for Kinston Community Pharmacy — Neuse News

Bradley Trabookis, with 13 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, is PharmaD’s Chief Pharmacist. He graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina with a Ph.D. and Clemson University with a BS in Packaging Science. He is originally from Greenville, SC.

“I am thrilled to open the Community Pharmacy,” Trabookis said. “I look forward to serving the patients here. We couldn’t be happier to help the people of Kinston.”

During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Anna Kinsey, Director of Patient Community Development and Patient Support Programs at KCHC, honored a local leader for his efforts.

“The support of our civic leaders and community leaders allows us to do what we do,” Kinsey said as he presented Sen. Jim Perry with a Community Health Advocate of the Year award.

“I really appreciate this recognition,” said Perry, who received the award for his leadership and support of the Drug Cost Transparency Act and other legislative work that has supported health care. health. “Everyone in North Carolina has health care, everyone has health care. Unfortunately, most of it is catastrophic care. It’s not the best way to provide health care. Primary care are very important.”

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