Jason – Refill Report


Pharmacy Education for your Family

Jason graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy in 2011 and has been working for Coborn’s, with a passion for patient care, ever since. After heading up programs focused on diabetes education and smoking cessation in the Clearwater pharmacy, he now works as our Pharmacy Clinical Program Manager at our home office focusing on ways to improve care for patients at all of our locations. Jason has four daughters at home that keep him busy when he’s not at work.


Recent Blogs:

New Vaccine Update

First let me start with an apology, “I’m sorry”! For years we in the pharmacy have told you that you only needed 1 shingles vaccine in your lifetime, Zostavax. That just changed, there is now a new vaccine to prevent shingles, Shingrix. The Shingrix vaccine is a far superior product that provides much greater protection […]Read More »

Out With the Old, In With the New

New Year’s, a time for resolutions and healthy changes. 2017 was a fantastic year of growth for us in Coborn’s and in pharmacy. I am thankful for the opportunities I had to connect with patients in the pharmacy, friends in the community, and readers through this blog! As we roll into the new year, I […]Read More »

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

This week we have a guest blogger, Joseph who’s a Pharmacy Student from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Also, he’s currently on a management internship with Coborn’s (he has also worked at our pharmacy in Pinecone for a number of years) and was excited for the opportunity to write about November’s topic…Diabetes.Read More »

October is American Pharmacists Month

Often voted as the most trusted profession, Pharmacists have played a key role in the healthcare team and our communities for years. We are very proud of all of our Pharmacists and thought we could highlight two of them for their outstanding service;Read More »

The Opioid Epidemic

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are probably aware that we have a prescription drug abuse problem in our country. Medications that we use to help treat pain, anxiety, and other conditions are very potent and when misused can have terrible consequences. 100 Americans die from a drug overdose each day! Let’s look […]Read More »

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