September 28, 2017

Chelsea received both her Bachelor’s in Pharmaceutical Sciences and her Doctorate of Pharmacy while at Northeastern University in Boston, MA over the last 5 years. Chelsea has  experience working in both clinical and community settings from Mount Auburn Hospital and Harvard University Health Services Pharmacy, both in Cambridge, MA. During clinical rotations, Chelsea developed aLeer Más


September 25, 2017

Charles Gregor F. Derupe is a PGY-2 pharmacy practice resident originally from Hagerstown, Maryland – a small city very much like Bangor. He received both his Bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences and his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. He has worked in a 340B pharmacy within a federally qualified health careLeer Más


September 25, 2017

Nick Michaud is from the New Hampshire Seacoast but was born in Bangor, Maine. Nick attended the University of New England for both undergraduate and graduate school. Nick’s interest in pharmacy was sparked by his many extended family members who work in the medical field. His interest in administration and leadership began with involvement inLeer Más


September 25, 2017

Kristopher Ravin is originally from Brooks, Maine and attended Husson University where he received his Doctorate in Pharmacy. He started working at Penobscot Community Health Care as a Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership intern in 2014 where he became involved in the Controlled Substance Stewardship committee. During his time in school, he developed aLeer Más


September 13, 2017

Minh Hoang received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Northeastern University and Master of Public Health from Columbia University. Having both parents as pharmacists, Minh found her interest in pharmacy at a young age. However, her passion for ambulatory care and pharmacy administration developed during her clinical rotations and she was eager to start atLeer Más


PCHC's twelve-month residency is specifically focused on increasing the clinical knowledge, skills, and experience of new family nurse practitioners, providing them with a positive transitional experience from school to practice, and an opportunity to fine-tune skills under the guidance of an experienced mentor.


This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employer under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). PCHC is a FTCA Deemed Facility.