Wilkes University

April

Wilkes Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Kimberly Ference, Nesbitt School of Pharmacy Recognized at Volunteers in Medicine Annual Event

Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University Recognized by Volunteers in MedicineVolunteers in Medicine recognized Kimberly Ference, assistant professor of pharmacy at Wilkes University, and the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University for their philanthropic contributions at the organization’s Annual Meeting and Appreciation Luncheon, held at the Westmoreland Club in downtown Wilkes-Barre.

Volunteers and supporters were awarded plaques that recognized their service. The pharmacy program at Wilkes University was recognized for its long-standing support and dedication to Volunteers in Medicine and Ference for the clinical practice she maintains at the organization.

Edward Foote, chair of pharmacy practice at Wilkes University, represented the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at the luncheon. “I am so proud of Dr. Ference and our students,” Foote said. “The best part of the event was when a patient representative made a special callout to Kim for how she has made such a difference in the lives of so many patients.”

Pictured above at the plaque presentation, from left to right, are Susan Sordoni, founder and immediate past chair of Volunteers in Medicine; Kimberly Ference, assistant professor of pharmacy at Wilkes University; Edward Foote, chair of pharmacy practice at Wilkes; and Kelly L. Ranieli, executive director of Volunteers in Medicine.


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