Faculty & Staff Details
|Name:||Deeatra Craddock, Pharm.D.|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Ambulatory Care Division, Dallas SW|
|Bio||Deeatra S. Craddock is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Texas Tech University School of Pharmacy. For the past 10 years, she has also served (a joint appointment) as the clinical coordinator for pharmacy services at Community Pharmacy, an independently-owned pharmacy in Denton, Texas.
Her area of interest is in the development and implementation of clinical services within a community pharmacy. She has fostered collaborative agreements with physicians to develop an adult immunization program at Community Pharmacy. She also performs health screenings and point-of-care testing, provides Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and hormone replacement consultations and promotes self-care awareness to patients in the community pharmacy setting.
She enjoys teaching and delivering CE presentations in the areas of Women’s Health and Wellness and Over-the-Counter Drug Therapies.
(Photo by TTUHSC/PULSE)
Doctor of Pharmacy, Auburn University (2001)
Community Care Residency, University of Texas at Austin and Walgreens (2002)
August 2001 – present – Texas Pharmacist (40081)
January 2001 – present – Texas Preceptor
August 2001 - Alabama (license pending)
American Pharmacist Association (APhA) OTC Advisor (since 2007)
NIPCO Therapeutic Footwear (since 2006)
American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking Facilitator (since 2003)
American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA) Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery (since 2002)
2011 Auburn University Young Alumni Achievement Award
2007 Community Care Division Practitioner of the Year
2005-2006 - Preceptor of the Year Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Campus
Dr. Craddock’s interests include further development of community-based services and establishment of community pharmacy residency programs.
Immunization delivery and reimbursement
Medication Therapy Management
Hormone, Weight Loss and Dietary Supplement Consultations
American Pharmacist Association, member