"Membership in NCAP is important for Mutual Pharmacists, and I would like to see 100% of Mutual pharmacists as NCAP members."
Dave Moody, RPh
"I support NCAP because it is the professional organization in our state striving to improve and lead the way for pharmacy in North Carolina as well as nationally. NCAP supports all pharmacy practice settings and is vital to the direction that we are heading as a profession. Membership gives strength and support. Strength and support give us a voice. Be a part of the future."
Davie Waggett, RPh
Owner, Seashore Discount Drugs Wilmington, NC
Past NCAP President and Board Member
"NCAP provides community pharmacists with opportunities to collaborate with successful entrepreneurs in the state and professional development and educational resources to better serve the patients in our communities. It is important to become an active member so that we, as a unified pharmacy association, may strive to advance and advocate for the professional practice of pharmacy in North Carolina."
Ashley Branham, PharmD, BCACP
Director of Clinical Services
Moose Pharmacy, Concord, NC
Past NCAP President
"NCAP provides New Practitioners with a seamless transition into NC pharmacy by fostering on-going professional development and networking opportunities. With the evolution of healthcare, it is essential for us to support NCAP in its mission to protect past accomplishments and promote continued advancement of the profession to optimize patient care."
Kimberly Lovin Nealy, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy
Wingate University School of Pharmacy
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist-Internal Medicine
Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte
NCAP New Practitioner Network
"As an NCAP member for many years, I enjoy the camaraderie and professional affiliation with my colleagues. While I am able to join the Health-System Practice Forum within NCAP, I am also able to join a melting pot of pharmacists from all walks of pharmacy giving me perspective on a broad array of practice issues and opportunities in the profession."
Steve Dedrick, MS
Former Director of Pharmacy, Duke Hospital
Current Director of Continuing Education
UNC Eshelman Board of Directors
"North Carolina Chronic Care Pharmacists need on voice to represent us in the legislature and with the State Medicaid Program. In addition, our Chronic Care continuing education program is one of the best, regional geriatric focused CE programs in the United States."
Ross Brickley, RPh, MBA, CGP
Independent Clinical & Operation Pharmacy Consultant
Chairman of the DEA Task Force for ASCP
Past President of ASCP