Hometown Health Centers CEO Joe Gambino spoke with Ann Parillo on yesterday's Schenectady Today Show about College Hometown Pharmacy, HHC's new student-operated pharmacy that will be opening shortly and run by students from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
View video: https://youtu.be/YjMsLNWCqUw
In this short video, Joe Gambino, CEO, Hometown Health Centers (HHC) and Dr. Greg Dewey, president, Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (ACPHS), discuss the innovative partnership between HHC and ACPHS in which ACPHS students will run HHC’s full-service, in-house pharmacy.
In this video, Joe Gambino, CEO, Hometown Health Centers (HHC) and Dr. Greg Dewey, president, Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (ACPHS), explain the launch of College Hometown Pharmacy, a first-of-a kind alliance for the Capital Region, in which ACPHS students will run HHC’s full-service, in-house pharmacy.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (Nov. 23, 2015) — In a first-of-a kind alliance for the Capital Region, Hometown Centers (HHC), the county’s only not-for-profit, federally qualified health center, and Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS), have signed an agreement for ACPHS to run HHC’s full-service, in-house pharmacy. Officials expect the program to be up and running in early 2016 following the successful completion of the pharmacy license registration and inspection process.
November 3, 2015
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By Zachary Matson, The Daily Gazette, October 24, 2015
SCHENECTADY — Students at Mont Pleasant Middle School and Schenectady High School will soon be able to get their primary care, immunizations and urgent treatment without ever leaving school.