The Suzanne Landis Center for Healthy Aging will serve as a respected community partner to propagate best practices for feasible and sustainable team-based care of older adults. The Center seeks to develop models that bridge clinical care with social services and engagement and which have a measurable, positive impact on the health, happiness, and safety of the aging residents of Western North Carolina.
We have identified three aims to help guide us in our goal to have a meaningful impact on the health, happiness, and safety of older adults in Western North Carolina:
Program Director, Pharmacy Residency PGY2 Geriatrics
Co-Director, MAHEC Center for Healthy Aging
Associate Professor of Clinical Education, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy