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Conor Sheehy, PharmD

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Dr. Sheehy completed his BS in Molecular Biology at the University of Idaho and went on to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) at the University of Washington in Seattle. Since graduation, He has enjoyed varied experience in the areas of psychiatric pharmacy, retail pharmacy, and has worked as a provider with 1-on-1 patient appointments to manage anticoagulation medication (treatment of blood clots) and diabetes medications. He is able to work as a provider because of Washington State’s groundbreaking Senate Bill 5557, which makes Washington the first state in the country to require healthplans to recognize pharmacists as part of the healthcare team.

His long-term professional goals are to make meaningful and substantial changes in the lives of those afflicted with mental health diagnoses. He is a member of College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists (CPNP), and he supports more directly though his membership in the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI.

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