Pharmacist in Charge | Community Pharmacy
Pharmacist in Charge | Specialty Pharmacy
PharmD | Pharmacist
Bobby is a specialty pharmacist who works closely with the injection program provided here. Prior to becoming a pharmacist in 2013, he spent 12 years working as a mental health worker at Peace Hospital. Patient care is his top priority.
PharmD | Pharmacist
Christine graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy in 2010 and completed a residency at the University of Louisville Health in 2011. She has been a part of St Matthews Pharmacy since 2018 and is responsible for patient education.
Hepa is a licensed pharmacist with 15 years of experience in both the US and Egypt. She enjoys assisting her customers with her abilities and knowledge. Hepa is a loving mother of two boys who loves to travel and spend time with her family.
VP, Clinical Analysis and Accreditation
Jill (PharmD, BCOP, CSP, FHOPA) is a co-founder of St. Matthews Pharmacy and currently serves as the Vice President of Clinical Analysis and Accreditation. She is highly involved in pharmacy education, mentoring residents and students as well as teaching graduate students.
RPh, Pharmacist in Charge
Tammy has been working for Cordant since 2015. She has been a pharmacist for over 30 years and absolutely loves her job with Cordant/St. Matthews. She knows she is helping patients with their drug addiction problems and that is very rewarding.
Jill Blancett Rhodes, PharmD, BCOP, CSP, FHOPA is a native of Paintsville, Kentucky. Dr. Rhodes is the immediate past-president of the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy. She is co-founder of St. Matthews Community & Specialty Pharmacy and currently serving the role of Vice President of Clinical Analysis and Accreditation. Dr. Rhodes received her doctorate degree from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, has advanced training in pharmacy practice and is a board certified oncology pharmacist and Certified Specialty Pharmacist. She completed her PGY1 and PGY2 residency at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center, specializing in hematology and oncology. Dr. Rhodes established the first PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency Program in Louisville at University of Louisville Hospital, where she served as the founding residency director and care for individuals affected by cancer. She is highly involved in pharmacy education, mentoring residents and students as well as teaching graduate students. To date, Dr. Rhodes has precepted over 40 PGY1 / PGY2 pharmacy residents and 100 students.
Dr. Rhodes is active in pharmacy practice, having served the public as an appointed member of the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy and though leadership roles on a national level with the Hematology Oncology Pharmacy Association. She is an advocate for pharmacy practice advancement and patient access to pharmacy services. Dr. Rhodes has testified before the Kentucky Senate supporting legislation that improved oral cancer drug parity, among other initiatives. She successfully led St. Matthews Community and Specialty Pharmacies to achieve PCAB accreditation and maintain dual specialty accreditation with URAC and ACHC. At St. Matthews Pharmacy, Dr. Rhodes helped develop the first in state pharmacist-led MAT (medication assisted therapy) program for opioid addiction. The pharmacy is a collaborative partner in the KORE (Kentucky Opioid Recovery Effort) grant pilot program. This program is focused on growing pharmacist-provided non-opioid MAT for addiction treatment and expanding access to substance use disorder treatment.