Ted is a 1994 graduate of The Ohio State University School of Pharmacy. He has over 25 years of experience in retail/community pharmacy as well as long-term care pharmacy. He and Deana have been married for more than 25 years and have 4 children. Ted has lived in the Charleston area for many years. When he is not working to provide the best pharmaceutical care to his community, Ted enjoys sports, boating, and spending time with his family. Ted believes that our community should choose Berkeley Home Pharmacy, a hometown independent pharmacy. We provide a higher level of personalized customer service that the big chains do not. Since the owner is a pharmacist, you are guaranteed a great experience. Everyone is important and each customer receives individual attention.
Nadia is originally from Wilmington, NC. She received her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in 2012, but has been living in Charleston for the past 6 years. She graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2016 with her PharmD. She has over 7 years of experience in community pharmacy working for Rite Aid where she provided friendly, accessible, and personalized care for customers and this continues to be her top priority. When not working in the pharmacy, Nadia enjoys exploring Charleston, spending time with her boyfriend, Brandon, and spoiling their French Bulldogs, Quincy and Bailey.
Jamie is a Charleston native. He earned his PharmD from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2011. Jamie has many years of experience in long-term care. He is excited to be practicing as an independent, retail pharmacist. Jamie has been married to his wife, Amanda, for 15 years. They have 3 children — a daughter, Alyssa, and twin boys, Joshua and Jacob. When not working as a pharmacist, Jamie enjoys fishing, playing basketball, and spending time with his family.
Deana graduated from Kent State University in 1993 with an Associate’s Degree in Applied Business in Office Technology. Deana has worked as an administrative assistant and office manager for many years. Deana’s role at Berkeley Home Pharmacy is to ultimately manage and coordinate the delivery services. She is very passionate about getting her job done and keeping everything organized. When not working at the pharmacy, Deana enjoys spending time with her family, boating on the Cooper River, taking trips to the beach, and supporting Berkeley High School Sports.
Elizabeth is a 2013 graduate of Berkeley High School, and a 2016 graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina’s Bachelors of Science in nursing program. After receiving her BSN, Elizabeth worked full-time as an RN Case Manager with a local hospice for two years. She is now enrolled in MUSC’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program to further her nursing education and become a Family Nurse Practitioner. Elizabeth spends her free time with her new husband, Joe, and their yellow lab, Bentley.
Rachel is a 2015 graduate of Berkeley High School, and a 2018 graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina’s Bachelors of Science in nursing program. She is now enrolled in MUSC’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has been working as a pharmacy technician for more than four years. When not working, Rachel is studying or spending time with family and friends. She enjoys interacting with people and loves the Moncks Corner community. Rachel has tremendous patience and that makes it very easy for her to develop positive, one-on-one relationships with every customer.
Hannah is a 2018 graduate of Berkeley High School. She is currently taking classes at Trident Technical College with plans to go to the Medical University of South Carolina to receive a degree in nursing. Hannah ultimately wants to become a NICU nurse. When not working or studying, she enjoys athletics, dancing and spending time with family and friends. Hannah is very caring and strives to make sure that all patients have a positive experience when they come to BHP.
Noah is a 2019 graduate of Berkeley High School. While in high school, he ran on the varsity track and cross country teams, and was an active member of Student Government and Beta Club. He enjoys sports, music and spending time with his family and friends. Noah plans to pursue Pharmacy as a career. His goal is to go to the Medical University of South Carolina for pharmacy school after completing his prerequisite courses at Charleston Southern University.
Susan graduated from Summerville High School. She worked for Westvaco Bonneau Ferry for 20 years and Mepkin Abbey for 10 years. When she’s not delivering prescriptions for Berkeley Home Pharmacy, Susan loves spending time with her family, spending time outdoors, and making wreaths. Susan attends Oakley Road Ministries. Be sure to ask her about her two fur babies, Daisy and Banks!