On the Agenda: 

Place your orders in eHope by Friday the 22nd at 6am, central time! 

On Monday May 25th, the Dispensary of Hope will be closed in observance of Memorial Day. Get your orders in by 6am, central time, Friday May 22nd to get your order after Memorial Day! 

You may be experiencing higher patient volumes and/or patients with needs beyond what the Dispensary of Hope can provide, the following resources may be helpful. To better serve your staff and patients, we recommend making these resources readily available by printing and posting and sharing via internal communications or intranet.
Patient Resources document - this includes several resources for patients and your facility. If you would like to share some additional patient resources to be included in this document, please submit here or contact your Account Manager.
Patient Resources Webinar - last fall, we hosted a patient resources webinar. To view the recording, please click here

focus Pharmacist Focus: Restoring Hope
Elizabeth Valadez
Pharm D. Candidate, 2021
Belmont University College of Pharmacy

As millions of Americans are anxious about how they will be able to afford their medications to treat their health conditions, we can be their light in the darkness. Now, more than ever, is the time that pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nurses, physicians and others supporting medication access programs across the country are needed to help those who need affordable medication the most.

To read more and for references, see the full article here

*To stay updated on our COVID-19 Operations, click here

*We recently sent out an email about COVID-19 patient eligibility. To see this notice, click here .
SPOTLIGHT: Welcome New Employees  spotlight

Welcome...Mark Slover
Mark Slover is the new Chief Philanthropy Officer for the Dispensary of Hope. Mark has more than 30 years' experience in the field of philanthropy, most recently establishing and overseeing fundraising for the University of Kentucky Children's Hospital.
Mark is married to Paige Slover, an art teacher, and they have two children; Christine who is attending Butler University, in Indianapolis, Indiana, and William who will be attending and playing lacrosse for Hanover College, in Madison, Indiana. They also have four dogs, all under three years of age.

Mark's interests and pastimes include studying history in particular the American Civil War, reading, spending time outdoors, lacrosse, classic movies, music, and cooking. His primary focus of his free-time is spending time working on a history of five Indiana regiments that served in the Civil War. Upon moving to Nashville, he is looking forward to spending many weekends walking the numerous Civil War sites in Tennessee
Mark was born and raised in Indiana and Illinois and attended Ball State University and Butler University. He is a fan of the Butler Bulldogs basketball team, and the Indianapolis Colts, but is willing to add the Tennessee Titans to the list of his favorite NFL teams.

Don't forget about the Dispensary of Hope Resources page ! We have compiled a wealth of resources to help you with your Dispensary of Hope and Charitable Programs. Click HERE to visit the Resource Library!

Account Management Team
Phone: 615-736-5075
Dispensary of Hope www.dispensaryofhope.org
2700 Brick Church Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37207