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Pharmacy Administration 

Brian E. Sayre, Pharm.D., is the current Health System Director of Pharmacy at Charleston Area Medical Center.  Dr. Sayre obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Biology from Davis & Elkins College and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.  He completed a pharmacy practice residency at the Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, WV.  Before returning to CAMC, Dr. Sayre practiced in ambulatory care at a rural community health center and also served as the pharmacy manager. Upon his return to CAMC, Dr. Sayre worked as the Pharmacy Operations Director prior to being promoted to the Health System Director of Pharmacy.  Dr. Sayre has been active in research and has authored several papers in the field of drug stability.  He has also presented several posters and podium presentations at local, state, and national pharmacy meetings.  Currently, Dr. Sayre is adjunct clinical faculty for West Virginia University School of Pharmacy and the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy.  He also serves as the program chair for the PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program, the PGY-2 Critical Care Pharmacy Practice Residency Program, and the PGY-2 Geriatric Pharmacy Practice Residency Program.  Additionally, Dr. Sayre is a Six Sigma Green Belt and has lead many successful projects throughout CAMC for performance improvement and cost savings.  In his free time, Brian is an avid outdoorsman competing nationally in bass fishing tournaments.

Lance Carney, R.Ph., obtained his Bachelor of Science Pharmacy degree from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy in 1984. He is the Director of Pharmacy at CAMC Teays Valley Hospital.  He started his career at Putnam General Hospital in 1984, becoming the Director of Pharmacy in December 1985.  CAMC purchased the hospital in 2006, renaming it CAMC Teays Valley Hospital.  In addition to the implementation and administration of three different pharmacy computer systems, Lance was also the eMAR/Bedside Bar-coding System Coordinator and helped implement Computerized Physician Order Entry at the hospital.  His involvement in the Environment of Care Committee has included a two year Safety Officer appointment and several years of Safety Chairman.  Lance also served as Material Management Director for a year in 1994 and Cardiopulmonary Director for a year in 2002.  He has been involved in organizing and operating the Medical Explorers post at CAMC Teays Valley and enjoys introducing high school students to different careers in healthcare.

Jennifer Gorrell, Pharm.D., has been the Director of Pharmacy at WCH since August 2004. Prior to her current role, she served as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at WVU School of Pharmacy (Charleston Division) and also the Clinical Coordinator for Pharmacy Service at Boone Memorial Hospital. She completed her Pharm.D. degree at the University of Kentucky, PGY1 in Pharmacy at Medical College of Georgia and a PGY2 in Pediatric Pharmacy at University of Kentucky Children’s Hospital. She lives in Charleston with her husband (Brandon) and two kids (Katie and Jack).

Heather Moles, Pharm.D., was born and raised in West Virginia.  She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Concord University in 2004 and went on to work as a technician with Marathon Petroleum Company.  After completing her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Charleston in 2012, during which time she was an intern with CAMC pharmacy (2009-2012), she opened and managed the CAMC Pharmacy at the Cross Lanes Urgent Care.  From 2012 to 2015, she earned her MTM certification and helped the pharmacy to grow into a successful business where she enjoyed working with both the patients and employees.  As of opening day August 17, 2015, Dr. Moles is managing the new pharmacy at the CAMC Cancer Center.

Kevin R. Parker, R.Ph., obtained his Bachelor of Science Pharmacy degree from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy in 1995. He is the pharmacist manager at the CAMC Outpatient Pharmacy. He has over 15 years experience as a pharmacist, with the first 12 years spent as a community pharmacist at Kroger Pharmacy in Marmet (1.5 years) and Fruth Pharmacy in Eleanor (over 11 years). He holds a certification in the PEIA Face to Face Diabetes program and has served as a preceptor for West Virginia University since 2003 and the University of Charleston since 2007. He is a current member and past treasurer for the West Virginia Pharmacists Association. He was born and raised in WV and is an avid WVU fan.

John Petts, Pharm.D., obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. After graduating, Dr. Petts moved to Knoxville, TN to work for Walgreens where he worked as a pharmacy manager for 6 years. In 2010 he moved back to WV where he continued to work as a pharmacy manager for Walgreens and helped to open the Walgreens market in the Charleston and Huntington areas. John also served as the District CLIA Director and helped the pharmacies establish CLIA laboratories to conduct health screenings. In 2014 Dr. Petts accepted the position of Director of Ambulatory Services at CAMC and is working to help grow the outpatient pharmacies. He has assisted the pharmacies with workflow enhancements, improving customer service and handling compliance and regulatory tasks. He oversaw the opening of the outpatient pharmacy at the new CAMC Cancer Center and continues to look for new pharmacy locations across all of CAMC.

Clyde Spence, PharmD, MBA, is the Director of Pharmacy Services at CAMC Memorial Hospital.   Dr. Spence received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from West Virginia University and a Master of Business Administration degree with Health Administration Emphasis from Benedictine University in Lisle, IL.  He completed an ASHP-accredited pharmacy practice residency at Charleston Area Medical Center.  Additionally, he holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the American Society for Quality.  Dr. Spence practiced pediatric pharmacy before becoming the director of pharmacy at Memorial Hospital in 2004.  Dr. Spence is active in the American Society of Health System Pharmacists and has served as the President for the West Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists.  He has served as the alumnus-in-residence for the ASHP Pharmacy Leadership Institute at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business.  He has also had poster and podium presentations at various meetings across the nation.  In addition to being a member of various educational advisory committees, he currently serves as an adjunct associate professor at West Virginia University School of Pharmacy as well as a preceptor at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy. 


Questions about our clinical pharmacy program can be sent to the Director of Clinical Services:
Brian Hodges , Pharm.D., BCPS, BCNSP
Fax: 304-347-1350

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