Elizabeth Biedrzycki, Pharm. D., BCGP
Beth Biedrzycki is a 2002 graduate of the Ohio Northern School of Pharmacy. She completed her residency in Community Practice at Duquesne University in 2003 and started her career with Hometown Pharmacy. While at Hometown, Beth served as the managing retail pharmacist, HIPPA compliance officer and intern coordinator for the six pharmacy chain. Additionally, she served as the Clinical Director before transitioning to the role of Consultant Pharmacist for Hometown’s long-term care pharmacy, Mission Pharmacy Services, in 2009.
While at Mission, Beth excelled at managing complex medication regimen reviews and participating in several interdisciplinary team activities. She remained working for Mission after PCA Pharmacy purchased the company, and obtained her Ohio pharmacy license and her Board Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy. Beth’s compassion for the residents she served, along with her attention to detail, made her a perfect fit to join PCMA as a Clinical Pharmacist and Quality Programs Coordinator. Her experience, compassion, certifications and knowledge allow PCMA to provide effective management of patient medications.
Beth and her husband John reside in Upper St. Clair. They have two children and focus on doing as much as possible as a family, from vacations to attending all of the children’s soccer games. Beth is an active runner and regularly participates in half marathons. She actively volunteers for her children’s activities, whether it is serving as an assistant coach or PTA volunteer.