Marc Semprebon, PharmD, MSLS, RPh
Marc Semprebon, PharmD, MSLS, RPh, has practiced as a pharmacist for over 34 years, including 31 years experience in the hospital setting as both a staff and clinical pharmacist. While employed at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) in Lebanon, NH, Dr. Semprebon served in the capacity as a clinical pharmacist on both the critical care service and later at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth in which he helped to develop the pharmacy practice. During this 10-year period at DHMC, he was instrumental in advancing the adverse drug reaction (ADR) program which included the new practice of preventability assessment of ADR. During the past 16 years he has worked in two small community hospitals as a clinical pharmacist. Marc’s experiences in diverse pharmacy practice environments have greatly increased his awareness of the complexities of medication delivery and administration and the interplays that can result in adverse drug events. His educational accomplishments include a Bachelors in Pharmacy from the University of Connecticut, a Masters from Case Western Reserve University and after 15 years of practice, while still working fulltime, he earned his Doctorate in Pharmacy from the Albany College of Pharmacy. Marc’s expertise has been further recognized through invited poster presentations, continuing education events for diverse healthcare audiences and published research findings.