Learn in the classroom, then use your clinical knowledge to make a difference at the PharmSC Clinic!
The mission of the Clinic is to create a collaborative effort among practicing pharmacists and pharmacy students, to serve the clinical pharmacy needs of the surrounding underserved populations in Los Angeles, and to provide health education to the general public.
The PharmSC Clinic is a free clinic run by USC pharmacy students. Its main goals are to provide care to the underserved population in East Los Angeles and to provide pharmacy students with professional clinical and counseling experiences.
Volunteers at the clinic are given the unique opportunity to interactively apply their clinical knowledge, as they screen, counsel, perform brown bag services, and provide well-rounded health consultations for participants. Volunteers will be paired with a clinic board member and/or recently graduated pharmacy student, allowing students to work collaboratively and learn from each other.
Volunteers are able to receive IPPE credit for their services.
Pharmacy of the Year Award, Good Neighbor Pharmacy, 2010
Student Community Engaged Service Award for USC Volunteer Outreach Initiative & Community Education (VOICE), American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), 2010-11
Tommy Award Nomination for Best Service/Volunteer Organization, USC
Recognized by the City Council of Alhambra for our Annual Interdisciplinary Health Fair
Recognized by the USC Pharmacy Magazine, USC Daily Trojan Newspaper, Trojan Health Connect, and USC News for our services