Shari Bohn, RPh
Pharmacy Clinical Services Coordinator - Mountain Market
Shari Bohn graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Science Pharmacy degree from the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy in 1994. She currently holds the Shared Faculty position with Walgreens. Her duties include assessing and educating patients on disease state management, instruction of students, and coordination of the Walgreens immunization campaign beginning in 2005. Prior to her employment with Walgreens, Shari was employed by King Soopers for 12 years. She most recently worked with King Soopers as Clinical Care Coordinator, overseeing four patient care centers and coordinating continuing education programs. In addition, she implemented the first mass pharmacist-administered immunizations in Colorado starting in 2002. In 2003, the program boasted administering 65,000 influenza shots and 13,000 pneumococcal shots. Shari was trained in the American Pharmacists Association Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate program in 2002. She became an APhA faculty trainer in 2003. Shari also served as the Retail Management Representative, President-Elect, and President of the Colorado Pharmacists Society Board of Directors and sat on the Colorado Pharmacy Coalition. She was awarded the Pharmacists Mutual Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year in 2002 and recently received the Roche Preceptor of the Year award at the 2005 commencement banquet for the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy. She currently serves on the Bayaud Enterprises Board of Directors, American Diabetes Association Chair of the Expo Screenings Committee, and is a member of the Colorado Adult Immunization Coalition and Colorado Children’s Immunization Coalition.
Favorite Book/Movie: Forrest Gump
Personal Hero: My Mom
Hometown Fun Fact: I grew up in Ft. Collins, CO and attended Ft. Collins High School. Our high school mascot was the "Lambkins" and was featured on David Letterman's Top 10 List of Worst High School Mascots.
Favorite Thing To Do in Colorado: Go to sporting events of all types!
Why Vaccinate: Vaccination is important to reduce unnecessary vaccine-preventable disease and subsequent complications of those diseases.