Our clinicians are experts at what they do, which is providing the best possible care for patients. Whether helping patients understand and use their medications safely, working collaboratively with other health care professionals or interpreting the latest clinical evidence for patient benefit, their skills, abilities and commitment form the backbone of the Pharmacists Clinic.
Jamie is a patient care practitioner and pharmacist in active clinical practice seeing patients by appointment at the UBC Pharmacists Clinic. He is also an instructor in the undergraduate pharmacy practice lab. Jamie completed his undergraduate pharmacy degree and postgraduate community pharmacy residency at UBC. He has several years of community pharmacy practice experience prior to joining the Clinic team.
Dr. Jillian Reardon is in active clinical practice seeing patients by appointment at the UBC Pharmacists Clinic. Jillian began her pharmacy career in the Maritimes, completing her undergraduate pharmacy degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2010 followed by her hospital residency with Horizon Health Network in Saint John, New Brunswick in 2011. She practiced clinically in inpatient cardiology at the QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax before relocating to Vancouver to pursue her graduate PharmD degree at UBC, which she completed in Spring 2015.
Jason is a lecturer and also a pharmacist with the Pharmacists Clinic, delivering comprehensive medication management to patients. Jason's academic and clinical areas of interest include First Nations health, interprofessional team-based care, and technology in healthcare. Jason completed both his undergraduate pharmacy degree and his community residency at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC.
Larry Leung is a pharmacist in active clinical practice seeing patients by appointment at the UBC Pharmacists Clinic. Larry also teaches at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the Entry-to-Practice program. He completed his bachelor of science in pharmacy and a postgraduate community pharmacy residency at UBC.
Dr. Rosanne Khurana is in active clinical practice seeing patients by appointment at the UBC Pharmacists Clinic. Dr Khurana has six years of practice experience in hospital and primary care settings. In addition to her clinical work, she teaches at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the Entry-to-Practice PharmD program. She completed her bachelor of science in pharmacy at the University of British Columbia, a hospital pharmacy residency at Vancouver Coastal Health-Providence Health Care, and obtained her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Toronto.
As director of the Pharmacists Clinic, Barbara Gobis is responsible for the Clinic team, and the strategic direction, structure and function of the Clinic site. Barbara also participates in some patient care and student teaching activities in addition to her administrative role. Barbara completed her undergraduate pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia, her residency at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Toronto) and her masters of science in clinical pharmacy at the University of Toronto.