Meet our new resident, Keith Yon:
What should we know about you?
I was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and I am ecstatic to be able to able to serve patients in the community where I grew up. Like many others on our team, I am passionate about working directly with patients to overcome barriers in achieving their goals and improving their health. I feel very lucky to be part of a driven team that has an established history in delivering top of the line patient care. Outside of pharmacy, I enjoy traveling, trying new restaurants, and watching Tar Heel basketball.
Why did you choose pharmacy?
I am proud to be a second-generation Tar Heel pharmacist. From a young age, I was able to see firsthand the impact that my father had on the lives of his patients, and I knew that I wanted to follow his example before I even began high school. I like to think of myself as a people person, and I love that pharmacy allows me to connect with patients on a regular basis in order to develop a personal relationship with each of them.
Where do you see your career/pharmacy heading?
After this year, I hope to have a dual role where I can work towards the development and implementation of clinical services that advance community pharmacy practice, as well as practice in an ambulatory/primary care setting. I owe all of my accomplishments thus far to the professors and mentors that I have had throughout my pharmacy training, and I hope to give back to the profession in a similar way by serving as a pharmacy school educator and preceptor as well.
What makes Rx Clinic Pharmacy the go to place for all professionals in this field?
Throughout my pharmacy training, I have had exposure to many different community pharmacy practice settings. As pharmacy, and healthcare overall, adapts to the requirements of a value-based model, Rx Clinic Pharmacy serves as a visionary within the industry through its unique clinical services and collaboration with other healthcare professionals that enhance the care our patients experience.
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”
― Arthur Ashe