OSHP is the organization in Ohio representing pharmacists, students, technicians, and associates with an interest in health-system pharmacy practice. Our goals are to enhance education, advocacy, professional guidance, recognition, and communications within our membership and to the public.
OSHP members, this site was created with you in mind to inform, to allow you to create and maintain an accurate and informative profile, and to connect with other fellow members.
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OUR MISSION is to support its members by advocating for the pharmacy profession and promoting safe and appropriate medication use.
OSHP and your LOCAL AFFILIATED CHAPTER (LAC) offer ongoing support for the continuing development of your pharmacy practice through:- Focus on Ohio Pharmacy practice
- Continuing Education programs
- Legislation tracking, testimony and newsletter updates
- Social events
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Meet our new Executive Vice President!
Jerry Siegel retired in 2009 as the Senior Director for Pharmaceutical Services for the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Assistant Dean for the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. He is still a clinical associate professor at the College of Pharmacy. He graduated from the Ohio State University with his B.S in microbiology and B.S. and Pharm.D. from the College of Pharmacy. Previously a clinical microbiologist he worked as a clinical pharmacist in transplantation and hematology/oncology before focusing on administration. He has had over 100 invited presentations and publications in the area of immunology and infectious disease. In 1995 he received the designation of Fellow of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Dr. Siegel is the recipient of the 2011 American Society of Health System Pharmacists “Distinguished Leadership Award”.
Currently he is Vice President and managing partner of Safe Medication Management Associates Inc. (SMMA) consulting firm.
In 2014, Dr. Siegel was part of the team that received the ASHP/Cardinal National Safety Award and $50,000 grant at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting for the project at the Yale-New Haven Hospital on Tele-pharmacy. Dr. Siegel’s focus for the past 8 years has been designing and building pharmacy infusion centers and assuring and training staff compliance with USP <797> and <800> chapters. He has also provided lectures on the use of IVIG and Rabies immune globulin throughout the United States at state and local pharmacy and nursing associations. Most recently Dr. Siegel has been providing Covid-19 vaccinations at long term care facilities and clinics throughout Ohio as he is an APhA certified immunizer and a member of the Medical Reserve Corp.