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Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Admissions
+1.209.946.2211
Office of the Dean
+1.209.946.2561
751 Brookside Road
Stockton, CA 95207
Mailing - 3601 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA 95211

History of Commitment

Since 2007, University of the Pacific student pharmacists have been able to accomplish the following:

  • Total number of Medicare beneficiaries that have been assisted: 2911
  • Number (%) of assisted low-income beneficiaries (LIS or Medicaid): 937 (32.2%)
  • Number (%) of beneficiaries assisted in a language other than English: 750 (25.8%)
  • Number of outreach events that were held: 73
  • Number of different cities in which outreach events were held: 16
  • Number of students who were trained and performed community outreach: 226
  • Total number of volunteer outreach hours completed by trained students: 9072.5 (average of 40 hours/student)
  • Estimated beneficiary out-of-pocket savings as a result of student interventions: $2,239,764


Since 2011, we expanded the services provided to Medicare beneficiaries at outreach events to include comprehensive medication therapy management and administration of vaccines. Last year, students assisted 676 Medicare beneficiaries (all-time record!) in 14 outreach events. Collectively, students:

  • Assisted 150 (22.2%) beneficiaries in a language other than English.
  • Common languages accommodated: Vietnamese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Hindi.
  • Assisted 195 (28.8%) low-income subsidy beneficiaries.
  • Enrolled 319 beneficiaries into a new Medicare Part D plan onsite during outreach interventions.
  • Identified 137 severe medication-related issues during MTM services.
  • Contacted prescriber on behalf of the 137 beneficiaries in regards to their severe medication-related issues. Physician follow-up revealed that our recommendation was accepted or the problem was resolved in 119 (86.9%) of such instances.
  • Administered 677 vaccinations (influenza, pneumococcal, Tdap and shingles).