Belmont pharmacy students recently assisted the Dispensary of Hope in sorting donated medications at their Nashville distribution center. The students are members of Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International, a worldwide ministry of individuals working in all areas of pharmaceutical service and practice to serve Christ and the world through pharmacy. Director of Experiential Education Mark Chirico is faculty adviser for the group. The students assisted Dispensary of Hope in providing close to $100,000 worth of prescription medication to uninsured individuals across the United States.
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