Population Health and Practice Development Fellowship

Moose Pharmacy 

Salisbury, NC
Recruiting 1 fellow for 2024-2025
Accepting applications on a rolling basis
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Moose Pharmacy opened in downtown Mount Pleasant, NC in 1882 on the same location where the original store still stands at the corner of Main and Franklin streets. Moose Pharmacy has remained independently owned and operated for four generations. The goal of providing the best healthcare options for their patients has guided the evolution of Moose Pharmacy from a community drugstore to a modern pharmacy with seven locations.

Meet our core team

Kyle Yoder, PharmD

pharmacy owner

Amber Morgan, PharmD

fellowship preceptor

Abigail Scott, PharmD

fellowship site coordinator
Kyle Yoder graduated from UNC School of Pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. He completed his Community Pharmacy Residency with Moose Pharmacy. Kyle became Pharmacy Owner of the Salisbury location in October 2008. Kyle is married with 2 children. He is a member and past President of the Salisbury Kiwanis Club.

Abi Scott graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. She has been with Moose Pharmacy since 2021, completing both a PGY1 Community-based Residency and a Population Health Fellowship with Moose before starting her current role as a Population Health Clinical Pharmacist and Fellowship Program Director. Outside of work, she enjoys supporting OU athletics and playing with her two pups, and is an active member of Mecklenburg Community Church.

Amber Morgan graduated from Belmont University College of Pharmacy in 2020. She completed a community-based PGY-1 residency with UNC Chapel Hill and Moose Pharmacy before becoming the pharmacy manager at Moose Pharmacy of Salisbury. Prior to pharmacy school, Amber obtained her Bachelor of Nutrition Science from the University of Georgia and attended Georgia Southern University for their Master’s in Public Health program. Amber loves combining her passion for public health and pharmacy to “do more than it takes” for her patients. She is originally from Georgia and enjoys working out at ISI Concord, exploring Charlotte, cheering on the GA Bulldogs, and spending time with her triplet sisters.

What are the primary pharmacist-led services?

Chronic care management (CCM)

Management for Medicare patients with 2 or more chronic conditions

Remote physiologic monitoring (RPM)

Management of digitally collected physiologic data

What skillsets are needed to be successful?

  • Self-starter with entrepreneurial approach to building programs
  • Ability to navigate provider and clinic collaborations/relationships
  • Tenacious, compassionate, and strong patient care skills
  • Flexible and works under a growth mindset
  • Maintains and utilizes pharmacy knowledge in patient care
  • Effective time management