Cindy Lau, PharmD

My parents were immigrants. When they came to the United States, they had some difficulty navigating the healthcare system, so I always kind of had the idea in my head that I might go into healthcare to make that transition easier for other people. When I was in college, I realized there were pharmacies on everywhere I go and I thought … Read More

Rajal Patel, PharmD

I moved here from India in the 11th grade, where I was already focusing on my future career. Starting in high school I always wanted to be a pharmacist. I loved science, but did not want to be a doctor. My brother, parents and grandparents live in Arizona. Most of my family still speaks Gujarati, a Hindi dialect. I had … Read More

Stacy Minji Park, PharmD

EducationMidwestern University ClinicBaseline My main goal is to help people eliminate barriers and stay healthy. I was born in South Korea, moved to Argentina when I was 12, and then to Los Angeles in high school. As an immigrant I can relate to so many of our patients. English is not my first language, so I understand what it’s like … Read More

Amanda Grear, PharmD

Clinic: Maryvale Before getting started in healthcare, I worked as a teacher. I taught third grade for two years and then decided to go to pharmacy school. I did a rotation at Mountain Park while I was in school and I really liked the integrated healthcare model here. I believe in empowering patients to get the information and help they need. … Read More

Maegan Burris, PharmD

Pharmacy Manager My focus throughout my life and career has always been health and bridging the gap that exists in healthcare. Prevention, as well as treatment, play vital roles in our wellbeing. I believe prevention is the key to reducing health inequality in our community. I knew I found my calling in pharmacy when I witnessed the powerful and life … Read More

Amanda Williams, LCSW

I’ve wanted to be a social worker for as long as I can remember. During my undergrad at Arizona State University I was able to intern at several places including the fire department, a hospital and hospice care. It was during these experiences that I was introduced to the medical side of social work. I love the community feel here … Read More

Laura Ross, LCSW

I always knew I wanted to help people, I just had to decide between going into nursing or doing social work. I worked as a social worker for 14 years  in the foster care system helping kids as old as 18 find their forever home. That experience helped me to ultimately decide on social work over nursing while I was … Read More

Kyra Loehnis, RD

When I was young I really wanted to be a teacher because I believed that teachers play an important role in peoples’ lives. As a Registered Dietitian, I’m still an educator but now for my patients. What made me decide to work in healthcare was that I wanted to help people, which now is part of my everyday life. Mountain’s … Read More