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Joe Ellison

Meet Your Pharmacist

Joe Ellison, R.Ph, D.Ph

  • Graduated Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Weatherford) in 1993 with BS in Pharmacy.
  • Licensed in both Texas and Oklahoma.
  • Joe has worked primarily in hospital pharmacy for over 20 years, but he has a fair amount of retail pharmacy experience as well.
  • Joe has a keen interest in antibiotic stewardship and strives to help his patients/customers get the most benefit from their medications by providing accurate, understandable medication information and counseling.
  • Joe is married with 4 children, the youngest of whom is finishing college and the eldest who has provided his first grandson!
  • Joe enjoys traveling (exploring new cultures and cuisines), hunting, fishing, skiing, scuba diving, reading and an occasional glass of wine!
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