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UMES HAS THE ONLY
3-YEAR CONCENTRATED
 DOCTOR OF PHARMACY
PROGRAM IN THE
STATE OF MARYLAND

Class of 2013 Post-Graduation Metrics

95% NAPLEX first-time pass rate 
 88% on-time graduation rate
 18% post-graduate education (residency, fellowship) 


 
 
 

The Drug Information Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM - 4 PM.  The Drug Information Center is closed for national and University recognized holidays.  Please note that all requests received after 4pm Monday through Friday, on weekends, and on holidays will be returned the next business. 

Messages may be left for non-urgent questions.  Every effort will be made to respond to all questions in a timely manner, usually within 24 hours. Someone from the drug information center will notify you as soon as possible about the status of your request.  Questions related to overdose or poisoning should be directed to the Maryland Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222.

Drug Information requests can be submitted by phone (855-338-0172) or by using the following link.

Online Drug Information Request Form 

 

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CURRENT NEWS  
Dr. Cynthia Boyle, Professor and Chair of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, has been elected the AACP President-Elect.


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