You’re interested in pharmacy, mastered the sciences, dedicated to improving healthcare, have a personal story and grit. And you’re looking for a school with peers as passionate as you, caring faculty, a focus on great healthcare and community, in the heart of NYC. Welcome to Touro College of Pharmacy. Let’s talk.
Touro College of Pharmacy Gives You More
With 9 rotations - that's 54 weeks - you have more experience and are better prepared.
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Our 8:1 student faculty ratio means more time and support from a faculty that cares about your success.
With our focused tracks and training in professionalism, leadership and interprofessional education you'll have more opportunity to carve out the career you want.
20 student organizations and growing. Your input matters, and there are so many ways to get involved.
98% employment in a wide range of fields. Your pharmacy career starts here.
Our labs are top notch. So good the NYS Board of Pharmacy uses them to administer the Part III laboratory compounding exam.
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November is American Diabetes Month. Tip 3 from TCOP: Medication and managing your diabetes. Take your medications as prescribed by your provider and reach out to your provider if not feeling well, maintaining appropriate social distancing guidelines. During the period of illness, your blood sugar may fluctuate, causing blood sugars to increase or decrease. You should be prepared to treat either condition by making sure you have adequate medications and treatment supplies at home to treat high or low blood sugar following your provider's protocol. #medication #diabetes #november #americandiabetesmonth #americandiabetesassociation #diabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #tips #touropharmacy #adm2020 #WeStandGreaterThan
November is American Diabetes Month. Tip 2 from TCOP: Exercise. Increase your physically activity each week! Exercise can help manage your diabetes and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Set a goal of at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity each week. #diabetes #tips #exercise #november #americandiabetesmonth #cardiovaculardisease #westandgreaterthan #adm2020 #touropharmacy
November is American Diabetes Month. Tip 1 from TCOP: Eat right. It can be challenging during the holidays! But try to select healthier diet and carbohydrates such as lean meats, fish, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables and be aware of portion sizes. It is also recommended to cut down on foods that are low in fibers such as white rice, bread and highly processed cereals. #eatright #holidays #thanksgivingdinner #diabetes #tips #eatyourveggies #november #americandiabetesmonth #americandiabetesassociation #WeStandGreaterThan #adm2020 #touropharmacy