MICAELA SCOTT, PHARM.D. Dr. Scott is the new clinical Pharmacist at AHF Pharmacy in Jacksonville FL. In this role she is responsible for managing and counseling all HIV patients. Micaela initiates patient interaction through adherence consultations, endowment of educational materials, and curtailing of patient safety issues. She communicates daily with physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, nurses and other healthcare providers to supply optimal quality of care for all her patients. Moreover, she provides alterations of therapeutic regimens with additions, subtractions, and substitutions of medications.
Dr. Scott received her BS in Biology from Rust College located in Holly Springs, MS in 2009. While attending Rust College, she was crowned Miss Rust College, 2008 -2009. In 2009 she was accepted in the Doctorate of Pharmacy program and graduated in the Class of 2013. In May of 2013 she completed her residency at the Leon County health department where she specialized in ambulatory care and HIV pharmaceuticals through the ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program).
Dr. Scott said, “I’ve always had an interest in HIV being that I’m from Indianapolis, Indiana where Ryan White lived and died in 1990. From a young age I was exposed to HIV and the discrimination that people who are affected received. During my reign as Ms. Tallahassee my main platform addressed issues surrounding HIV awareness and education.”
“Recently, I adopted my little sister Alia Scott, a 9th grader at Atlantic Coast, who is adjusting well. It has always been my dream to be able to take of my siblings after my mom died of breast cancer in 2003.”
Rodrique Rodney, Pharm.D., BCACP, is a clinical pharmacy specialist in ambulatory care. Dr. Rodney received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Florida A&M University in 2007. He completed a post-doctoral PGY-1 Residency with emphasis in primary care at Bay Pines VAHCS in June 2008. Dr. Rodney is involved in the clinical training of Pharm.D. students and residents at the Bay Pines VAHCS. He became board certified in ambulatory care in 2011. His academic affiliations include University of Florida and Florida A&M University. His research interests include Type 2 diabetes and sickle cell anemia. He specializes in managing patients with hyperlipidemia, hypertension, heart failure, and diabetes. He also has experience working in the emergency room, endocrinology, and anticoagulation clinics.