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TW Taylor
Jamie Reid
Deborah Prosek
Ken Leary

Meet Your Pharmacists

Thomas W Taylor “TW” is the owner of Williamsburg Drug Company and a compounding pharmacist. TW graduated from Mercer University School of pharmacy in 1982.

He has dedicated his career to finding “Healthy Solutions” for people and pets. His past hobbies have included flying airplanes and driving race cars for his own NASCAR team He has dedicated the majority of his career to serving patients in Williamsburg, VA.

Jamie Reid graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland Baltimore in 2008. She is A4M certified in Endocrinology. She and her husband have 4 lovely children. When she has free time she loves to run.

Deborah Prosek graduated from the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in 1995. She is a licensed immunizer, is certified in MTM and is a certified osteoporosis educator. She lives in Williamsburg with her husband and two English cocker spaniels and enjoys all things outdoors especially skiing and sailing.

Ken Leary graduated from the University of Rhode Island School of Pharmacy in 1989. One of Ken’s main areas of interest is patient medication adherence which is critical to successful outcomes. He enjoys the counseling aspect of pharmacy. In his free time Ken enjoys being with family, travel,camping,boating, and fishing.

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