Kevin comes to us from Beaver, UT where he was born and raised. He and his family moved to the beautiful Utah Valley after he received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Touro University in Vallejo, California. Touro University is one of the top ranked schools of pharmacy in the state of California that focuses highly on the clinical aspects of pharmacy. During his years in California Kevin gained a great rapport from his professors as well as pioneered a new clinical rotation at the California State Medical Facility in Vacaville, CA which houses 2,300 high security inmates. Kevin is passionate about his role in pharmacy which has led him to create our Med ManageRx program that helps improve the lives of our patients. In his free time Kevin loves to spend time with his family being outdoors and playing sports.
Tamara's pharmacy career began in 2006 after completing her education at Ameritech College (American Institute). From there she worked several years with Jim at Payson Market. In 2009, Tamara decided to venture from Payson Market and help Jim construct what Santaquin Pharmacy & Diabetes Center is today. Her determination has helped make the company successful allowing it to evolve and now serve our Payson population as of March 2015. She loves being part of the pharmacy staff and socializing with patients that come into the pharmacies. Most of her free time is spent doing what she loves being outdoors, camping, hunting (archery), four wheeling, and most importantly being with family.
Casha is our native 'Santaquinite' that was born and raised here in Santaquin. Her desires and interests were leading her to be a radiology technician, but through encouragement from her mother (Carla Carter), who was a pharmacy technician for Dick Kay at the old Santaquin Pharmacy; Casha was steered into the pharmacy world. Casha's education began at Mountainland Applied Technology College (MATC) where she received her pharmacy technician license. She has been a licensed pharmacy technician since 2013 and spent most of her first year working in the Diabetes Center. She currently resides in Santaquin and loves riding horses, hunting, running hounds, camping, and most importantly spending time with her husband and family in her spare time.