Rowell Daniels, PharmD, has served in numerous roles in his fourteen years at UNC Hospitals and Clinics, including director of pharmacy. He is currently the system vice president of pharmacy services at the hospital and the executive associate dean for pharmacy clinical practice at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. He is focused on enhancing mutually beneficial opportunities that exist between the hospital and the School, including the development of enhanced patient-care services that utilize innovative learning models. He is also involved in the enhancement of pharmacy ambulatory and transitional patient care services to reduce readmissions and ensure optimal patient care outcomes.
Daniels received his bachelor’s degree and his doctor of pharmacy from the University of Georgia. He also completed a two-year specialty residency and master’s degree program in health system pharmacy administration at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. After his residency training, Daniels worked as associate director of pharmacy at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Daniels’ areas of practice interest include health-care informatics and automation, medication policy, clinical practice models, performance improvement, health-care finance, and promoting the growth of residency programs.
Under his leadership, the UNC Hospitals Department of Pharmacy has received the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Best Practices Awards five years in a row.
- Master of Science in Hospital Pharmacy Administration, University of Wisconsin
- Doctor of Pharmacy, Medical College of Georgia
- Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, University of Georgia
- Associate of Science, Abraham Baldwin College