Dr. Feemster currently practices as the Medication Safety Officer for Oncology with The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
About The Johns Hopkins Hospital:
For more than 125 years, the mission of The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been to lead the world in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and to train tomorrow’s great physicians, nurses and scientists. The teaching hospital is affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012, the Bloomberg Children’s Center and the Zayed Tower were opened, adding approximately 1.6 million square feet of state-of-the-art medical facilities.
The Department of Pharmacy, consistent with the mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine, places a priority on teaching, research and patient care. Clinical services provided by the Department include renal drug monitoring, drug interaction monitoring, patient care rounding, medication teaching, therapeutic drug monitoring, drug order review, drug information support for care providers and a focus on an integrated, unit-based model for care delivery.
The Pharmacy Department at Hopkins is responsible for dispensing medications daily for an average inpatient population of 700 patients with additional services provided in the outpatient setting. The Department consists of pharmacists, as well as technical and support personnel, who work together to assure patients receive the highest quality pharmaceutical care possible.
The Weinberg Pharmacy Division provides pharmacy services to The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC). Specialty centers within SKCCC include blood and bone marrow cancers, brain and spinal tumor program, breast cancer program, colon cancer center, gynecologic oncology program, head and neck cancer center, liver cancer center, lung cancer center, melanoma program, pancreatic cancer center, and prostate cancer and other genitourinary cancers. The Weinberg Pharmacy team cares for both inpatients and outpatients with cancer. Additionally, an investigational drug service supports the large oncology research program.