Community Pharmacist Services

Community Pharmacy Shared Faculty

Community pharmacy shared faculty in the UF College of Pharmacy are well positioned to share their real-world experience with pharmacy students. The teaching and skills lab training they provide complements their roles providing patient care in a community pharmacy.

Eric Egelund, Ph.D., Pharm.D., works at a community pharmacy in Jacksonville as well as training UF pharmacy students.

Community Pharmacy Shared Faculty

Eric F Egelund

Eric F Egelund Ph.D., Pharm.D.

Clinical Associate Professor
Phone: (904) 244-9876

After completing his Pharm.D. at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Dr. Egelund enrolled in the Ph.D. program at the University of Florida. Dr. Egelund completed his graduate studies in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research under the mentorship of Dr. Charles Peloquin, director of the Infectious Disease Pharmacokinetics Laboratory (IDPL) in Gainesville. Currently Dr. Egelund is a Clinical Associate Professor at the College of Pharmacy’s Jacksonville campus. In addition to this role Dr. Egelund works part-time at Walgreens and volunteers at HIV clinics when time permits.

Community-Based Pharmacy Residency

Community-Based Pharmacy Residency

The UF College of Pharmacy offers an ASPH-accredited, community-based pharmacy residency program at three sites in Florida. The residency training aims to develop clinical practitioners who can provided advanced patient care services and advance the profession in a clinical setting.

Community Pharmacy Residency
ASHP Accredited

Program Benefits

Develop Confidence and Skills

The resident will develop leadership abilities, strengthen confidence and skills and offer an experience to advance patient care services within a community pharmacy practice.

Become a Pharmacy Leader

This residency prepares the pharmacist to become a leader as an innovative clinical practitioner.

Receive Professional Development

The resident will participate in the UF College of Pharmacy’s Leadership Development Program and the Academic Teaching Certificate Program to enhance their training.

Launch a Career

The resident will be prepared to step into a pharmacy management or a clinical pharmacist position upon completion of the program.


The UF College of Pharmacy has partnered with three of the leading independent community pharmacies in Florida to host these residency positions.

Baya Pharmacy

Lake City, Florida

Owner: Carl and Joan Allison

Baya Pharmacy

Panama Pharmacy

Jacksonville, Florida

Owner: Kevin Duane

Panama Pharmacy

Bay Street Pharmacy

Sebastian, Florida

Owner: Theresa Tolle

Bay Street Pharmacy
Theresa Tolle

“Having a UF community pharmacy resident in our pharmacy has allowed us to expand our clinical services exponentially. The time the resident devotes to thinking entrepreneurially while implementing clinical services that benefit our patients, community and pharmacy has far exceeded my expectations. I’m thankful Bay Street Pharmacy can be a residential training site and help influence the next generation of pharmacists.”

Theresa Tolle, current president of the American Pharmacists Association and owner of Bay Street Pharmacy in Sebastian, Florida.

Residency Director

Stacey D Curtis

Stacey D Curtis BPharm., Pharm.D., CPh

Clinical Associate Professor And Assistant Dean For Experiential Education
Department: Pharmacy Education and Practice
Phone: (352) 273-6232