Pharmacist Spotlight: Marci Lee, PharmD

by Jan 12, 2021Spotlight

To celebrate #NationalPharmacistDay (January 12), we’re spotlighting our amazing medical staff. Our dispensaries are known for emphasizing education and customer service for seniors, first-time dispensary visitors, and patients with serious medical conditions. To learn more or book a consultation with one of our pharmacists, visit ApothecariumPA.com.
Dr. Marci Lee is a registered pharmacist that graduated with her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Her residency was at Mercy Suburban Hospital in Norristown, PA and her fellowship was through Safe Medication Management Fellow at Institute for Safe Medication Practices.

In her prior work experience, Marci worked for the FDA/US Public Health Service, Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) and Med-ERRS. Marci has been an early proponent of cannabis use in Pennsylvania. During spring 2018, while Pennsylvania prepared to open their first dispensaries, Marci started to attend informational sessions to learn about the endocannabinoid system and cannabis. She is continuously updating her knowledge about cannabis with podcasts, books, online forums/resources and conferences.

Marci is the full-time pharmacist at our Plymouth Meeting location. What Marci enjoys the most about working at the Apothecarium is empowering our patients to optimize their regimens and improve their lives with cannabis. She is a member of the International Society of Cannabis Pharmacists (formally known as the American Society of Cannabis Pharmacists), a volunteer for the Cannabis Labeling Summit and a volunteer for the Pharmacist Advisory Board to the PA Department of Health for the Medical Marijuana Program.

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