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Dr. Justin Brock, ConsultantConsultant

8501 E. Princess Drive
Suite 220
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Justin Brock earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Midwestern University College of Pharmacy in Glendale, Arizona, in 2008. He held various positions during pharmacy school, including class president, membership in the Phi Lambda Sigma Honorary Pharmacy Leadership Society, and officer roles in the student chapters of the Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity and the National Community Pharmacy Association. He also earned many awards, including the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academia Scholarship, the MWU Spirit of Service Scholarship in 2006 and 2007, the Lilly Achievement Award, the Sybil B. Harrington Scholarship, the JM Long Foundation Scholarship, and Walgreen’s Sponsored Scholarship.

After graduating, Justin served as Director of Pharmacy and Lab Director for a specialty/compounding pharmacy for two years. He then moved back to his hometown of Tucson to manage outpatient pharmacy services at the University of Arizona Medical Center.

Justin is an adjunct professor advising Midwestern University and the University of Arizona pharmacy students. His clinical experience includes pain management, hormone replacement, veterinary medicine, transplants, and infectious diseases. Justin’s research has allowed him to give presentations and publish in public health, transitions of care, and pharmacy administration.

Always calling Tucson his hometown, Justin’s dream was to return to open a compounding pharmacy and provide patients with the best possible outcomes through personalized medication. In addition to providing compounding consulting services, Justin is also the owner of Acacia Apothecary and Wellness. Justin and his wife Heather have three children and enjoy all that southern Arizona has to offer.

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