BC Childress, Pharm.D., BCACP, FASCP
Administration - Faculty
Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences
Director of the InterNational Center for Advanced Pharmacy Services
Kentucky Wesleyan College
Bachelor's Degree - Chemistry
Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Doctor of Pharmacy
Sullivan University College of Pharmacy
Specialized Residency in Drug Information
Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (BCACP)
Certification in Immunization Delivery
Certification in Tuberculin Skin Testing
Certification in Cooper-Clayton Smoking Cessation Facilitation
Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)
Fields of Interest:
Medication Therapy Management, Telepharmacy, Outcomes Research
Office Phone: 502-413-8982
Office Fax: 502-413-8990
Dr. Childress received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Atlanta, GA. During school he spent three years working as an intern in Nuclear Pharmacy. Upon graduation, he completed a specialized residency in Drug Information with Sullivan University College of Pharmacy. Prior to his pharmacy coursework he received a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry from Kentucky Wesleyan College, where he also worked as a teaching assistant and laboratory assistant for General and Organic Chemistry. In 2011, Dr. Childress received Board Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy, and in 2012 he was named a Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists.
Dr. Childress is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical and Adminstrative Sciences at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy. He teaches each year in patient-centered care, medical informatics, medical Spanish and other topics of interest.
Dr. Childress is currently the Director of the InterNational Center for Advanced Pharmacy Services (INCAPS) at Sullivan University College of Health Sciences. INCAPS provides immunizations, wellness programs and medication therapy management services to improve the safety and efficacy of the medication use process. In 2011, INCAPS was recognized with the "Excellence in Innovation Award" from the Kentucky Pharmacists Association for its initiative in the advancement of pharmacy practice.