Outreach at the Harrison School of Pharmacy

Student speak with patients at a health clinic

As a land-grant university, Auburn has a special mission to serve the community beyond campus through Outreach. For more than a century, Auburn University Outreach has been reaching out and working with citizens, professionals, businesses, schools and government to help people meet their educational goals and to improve quality of life all across our state.

Within the Harrison School of Pharmacy, our faculty and students are committed to being involved with the citizens of Alabama, working to improve the health outcomes through various programs and initiatives.


Department of Pharmacy Practice

  • Metabolic Support for Patients at East Alabama Medical Center (Gordon Sacks)
  • Medication Management for Psychiatric Patients at UAB Medical Center (Cherry Jackson)
  • Pain Management for Patients at University of South Alabama Medical Center (Karen Marlowe)
  • Manages Patient Care Clinics and Pharmacies for Auburn and State Employees (Gordon Sacks)
  • Decreases Health Care Costs for Auburn and State Employees (Kimberly Braxton Lloyd)
  • Provides Care for Geriatric Patients and Patients with Diabetes; Practices Affiliated with University of Alabama, College of Community Health Sciences, Department of Internal Medicine; East Alabama Medical Center (Marilyn Bulloch, Dana Carroll, Amber Hutchison)
  • Provides Care for Pediatric Critical Care Patients at The University of South Alabama, Women and Children’s’ Hospital (Allison Chung)
  • Engages in Treatment of HIV and Complications at Copeland Care Clinic in Montgomery and Unity Wellness in Auburn (Kristen Helms)
  • Manages Patients Receiving Anticoagulation Treatment and Those with Chronic Diseases at Columbus Regional Medical Center, Continuity Clinic at Trinity Medical Center. (Lori Hornsby, Kristi Kelley)
  • Provides Medication Management for Ambulatory Family Medicine Patients- Columbus Regional Medical Center; Continuity Clinic at Trinity Medical Center, Birmingham; Central Alabama Veteran's Health Care System, Columbus, GA; UAB Family Practice; UAB School of Medicine in Huntsville; University of Alabama, College of Community Health Sciences, Department of Family Medicine, Tuscaloosa; University of South Alabama, Family Medicine (Miranda Andrus, Dana Carroll, Emily McCoy, Haley Phillippe, Pamela Stamm, Katelin Lisenby, Allison Helmer, Nicole Slater)
  • Provides Information About Patient Specific Medication Therapy Request from Health Professionals Across the State (Wesley Lindsey, Bernie Olin)
  • Inpatient Medication Management for Hospitalized Patients: Druid Community Medical Center Hospital, practice is Affiliated with University of Alabama, College Of Community Health Sciences, Department Of Internal Medicine, Tuscaloosa; Princeton Baptist Hospital, Birmingham; University of South Alabama Medical Center; Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (Nathan Pinner, Jeanna Sewell, Bobby Helmer, Michael Scalese, Taylor Steuber)
  • Provides Medication Management and Nutritional Support for Critical Care/Surgery Patients: East Alabama Medical Center; University of South Alabama Medical Center (Sarah Cogle, Gordon Sacks, Karen Marlowe)
  • Provide Care for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients: Kirkland Clinic, Birmingham, Al (Rebecca Maxson)
  • Manages Transition of Care from Hospital to Home: University of South Alabama, Family Medicine (Sean Smithgall)

Department of Health Outcomes Research and Policy


Last Updated: March 2, 2017