South Carolina Pharmacy Association
For All of Pharmacy. For All of South Carolina.
Protecting and advancing the pharmacy profession requires constant vigilance—we must do our part to identify, monitor, and act upon current as well as future practice opportunities and threats. With your involvement, we remain a viable resource to advocate on your behalf.
Here at SCPhA, we provide cutting-edge educational content to help you stay up to date, fulfill your professional development needs, and practice at the top of your license.
We strive to connect our members to one another through our various live events and to resources that help them stay on top of their practice.
Meet Our Frontline Heroes
Dr. Jessica JonesMember Spotlight
I absolutely love being a pharmacist! I have practiced pharmacy for over 16 years and seen many great changes over the years. I’m so honored to be a pharmacist in these challenging times today. We are well-trusted and positioned in such a way that we can offer help to our patients by managing and preventing a pandemic. That’s something we can all be proud of.
Dr. Tremain CooperMember Spotlight
I'm a member of SCPha because I'd like to give back to the industry that has given so much to me. The role of the local independent community pharmacy was elevated during the pandemic. Also, my role as a pharmacist working in public health was elevated during the pandemic. I was on the front lines unlike any other time in my 15-year career. Now as a brand-new pharmacy owner, I believe I can become a valuable advocate for the profession. SCPha has always been at the center of the work that advances the profession. I'd like to contribute to the best of my ability.
Dr. Jerry McBrideMember Spotlight
I am a proud member of SCPHA, because I care for the state of South Carolina and the community that I serve. In the challenging and strenuous pharmacy landscape it is vital to be a part of an organization that works so diligently to orchestrate and effectuate change. It is a privilege to be a pharmacist in our beautiful state, and a member of an organization so committed to its growth and advancement.
Anna FunderburkMember Spotlight
South Carolina is my home state and future practice site. My membership with SCPhA is valuable to me as a student because it allows me to stay informed on everything happening within the profession. I am passionate about the advancement of pharmacy practice in South Carolina, so I think it is important to support an organization that is also striving to ensure South Carolina’s pharmacists are providing excellent patient care.
Dr. Aiya AlmogaberMember Spotlight
As a South Carolina native and new PharmD graduate, I joined SCPhA to collaborate with fellow pharmacists in this gorgeous state! Our profession has grown so much since its inception, and that growth has been immensely supported by pharmacy organizations nationwide. There is still work to be done to ensure pharmacists are represented well and able to practice at the top of their license and education. We are here to give pharmacists a voice and fight for what’s right for our profession!
Christina SwitzerMember Spotlight
love my job tremendously. Knowing that we are one of the many steps in helping our patients better their lives is so rewarding. From accepting the prescriptions to compounding them is just absolutely amazing. Being a compounding technician is the dream job I never knew I wanted. The amount of information I learn everyday is incredible. I’ve always known I wanted to be a piece of the health industry and this is exactly what I feel I’m meant to do. As a technician you have just the right amount of responsibility. Always working under a pharmacist, if you have any questions or concerns you can rely on them to help you get the correct answers you need, not only for yourself, but for the patients as well. It’s a great teaching and learning moment. Everyday in pharmacy I learn something new. From new drugs that are released to how exactly how they work within our body system. I can’t wait to continue to learn and absorb everything I possibly can. This is a stepping stone to my end goal of becoming a pharmacist!