A native of Morristown, Tennessee, Dr. McBride received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 1991, from the University of Tennessee. Upon graduation he was the first in the state of Tennessee to complete a Residency in Community Pharmacy Practice. He is currently the owner of Clinton Drug Store and has been since 1991. He was chosen “Distinguished Young Pharmacist” in 1995 by the Tennessee Pharmacist Association and is a past member of the Cardinal Health Retail Advisory Board and the Tennessee Pharmacist Association Board of Directors. Other accomplishments include 2002 “Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award” and 2005 “Preceptor of the Year” for the UT College of Pharmacy. Dr. McBride is very involved with the UT College of Pharmacy serving as an Associate Professor as well as other area Colleges of Pharmacy. He currently serves on the Deans Advisory Council for the UT College of Pharmacy and is a Preceptor for the UT College of Pharmacy, Mercer College of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina College of Pharmacy, South University College of Pharmacy, and Creighton College of Pharmacy. Dr. McBride is also an Adjunct Instructor with the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics with the UNC College of Pharmacy. He is the President of the Tennessee Pharmacist Association, National Community Pharmacy Association, and American Pharmaceutical Association. Dr. McBride was also elected to the Clinton City Council for a four year term in 2008.
He and his wife Pam have two daughters and they are all active members of Second Baptist Church, Clinton.
Darrin graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy in May of 2002. He is certified in immunizations and diabetes patient care. He is also a member of Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Dr. Hooks is PCCA trained in pharmaceutical compounding, and serves Clinton Drug Store as the primary compounding pharmacist. He lives in Andersonville with his wife Carrie and two daughters.
It is health that is real wealth
and not pieces of gold and silver.