Gannett Paul Monk, Pharm.D., B.S.
Residency Program Director
- Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from West Virginia University, 1995
- Doctorate of Pharmacy from West Virginia University, 2003
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Gannett Monk, Pharm.D. is a native of Kenna, West Virginia and a graduate of Ripley High School. He graduated with his B.S. in Pharmacy from West Virginia University in 1995, and acquired his non-traditional Pharm.D. degree from West Virginia University, in 2003. Gannett has practiced as a hospital pharmacist at both Charleston Area Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital, a home-infusion pharmacist with Coram Healthcare and Infusion Solutions, and as an academic pharmacist teaching at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy. Throughout his practice, his focus has always been on face to face interactions with patients to optimize their care. Gannett has strived to expand the traditional role of the community pharmacist, focusing on improving the overall quality of life of his patients through counseling and global assessment. Gannett will coordinate the laboratory courses at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy, and help to guide future pharmacist’s growth as clinicians in this age of expanding clinical roles in the field of pharmacy.