Pharmacy Practice Residency University of Kentucky Hospital, Albert B. Chandler Medical Center
PharmD Univ Of Cincinnati
BS Univ. of Cincinnati
Pre-Pharmacy Xavier University
Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice & Science
Director, Director, Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Residency
Dr. Aimee Adams
Dr. Adams received both her bachelor of science and doctor of pharmacy degrees from the University of Cincinnati, and she completed her pharmacy practice residency training at the University of Kentucky. Areas of clinical emphasis include gastroesophageal reflux disease, hypertension, diabetes, women's health and thromboembolic disorders. Areas of research include diabetes, hypertension and outcome analysis.
Yam F K, Adams Aimee Gelhot, Divine Holly Suzanne, Steinke Douglas. (2013). Clinical inertia in type 2 diabetes: a retrospective analysis of pharmacist-managed diabetes care vs. usual medical care.Pharmacy Practice 2013, 203-210.
Adams Aimee Gelhot. (2006). Commonly Used Medications.McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 475.
Adams Aimee Gelhot. (2006). Commonly Used Medications.McGraw Hill ,
Jones Mikael, Divine Holly Suzanne, Nicholas Amy, Adams Aimee Gelhot, Steinke Douglas, Yam F. (2006). Clinical Inertia: Time to intervention of critical A1c values in patients with Type 2 Diabetes among PharmacistCARE vs. Usual Care.International Journal of Pharmacy Practice/Wiley,