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Rachel Mayer

Dr. Rachel Mayer is an Assistant clinical professor at the University of New England College of Pharmacy and also a graduate of the inaugural class of '13.  Upon graduation she completed a PGY1 residency at the Veteran Affairs Health System in Augusta Maine.  She then went on to work at the Maine VA for 2 years as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, working in ambulatory clinics with a focus in diabetes, anticoagulation and hepatitis C.  Dr. Mayer has established an ambulatory care clinical pharmacy site at InterMed, a large internal medicine practice in Portland, ME. She is also a certified diabetes educator and thus her ambulatory care practice site is highly focused in the management of patients with diabetes.  At InterMed she also works with patients with hepatitis c, other primary medical disorders and offers medication therapy management services. Students in their fourth year of pharmacy school are able to complete 6 weeks of their Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences at her ambulatory care site.  Her work at the University of New England currently includes the coordination of two core courses; Selfcare Therapeutics (PHP207) and Patient Assessment (PHP206).   She also just recently started an elective in the Spring of 2017 which is focused on lifestyle medicine.  

Education

PharmD

University of New England College of Pharmacy

2013

Board Certifications and Licenses

Certified Diabetes Educator

Residency

Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) Residency Program

Veteran Affairs Health System

Augusta

Maine

Clinical Affiliations

Clinic Name

InterMed

Portland

Maine

Expertise

Ambulatory Care

Diabetes

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Rachel Mayer

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Pharm.D., CDE

Clinical Assistant Professor

Portland Campus

Pharmacy Building
219

rnaida@une.edu

(207) 221-4191

On Campus