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Jenny-Dau

Jenny Dau, PharmD, BCACP
Pharmacy Manager

Jenny Dau received her doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Texas at Austin, College of Pharmacy in May 2008. She completed an accredited Community Pharmacy Practice Residency and teaching certificate at Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc in collaboration with the University of Texas at El Paso Cooperative Pharmacy Program in May 2009. While in El Paso, she expanded clinical pharmacy services and provided HIV/Hepatitis C as well as ambulatory care clinical services throughout various clinics in El Paso.

In 2010, Jenny moved to Austin to practice as a clinical pharmacist and provided ambulatory care services at CommunityCare, a mid size local clinic in Austin. While she was at CommunityCare, she received her Board Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (BCACP) in December of 2011. In addition to her work at CommnityCare, she practiced as a clinical pharmacist at the David Powell clinic, a clinic devoted to the care of patients infected with HIV. She was also a member of the Chronic Liver Disease Committee which worked on the development of the Hepatitis C Clinic and Hepatitis C clinical protocol with Dr. Imtiaz Alam at CommUnityCare.

Jenny currently practices as the pharmacy manager at HepCare Specialty Pharmacy and continues to precept pharmacy students and residents from the University of Texas at Austin. Her hobbies include running, yoga and dance classes.

Spring

Spring Malave
Hepatitis C Clinic Coordinator

Spring Malave has worked in the medical field for over 15 years and over 8 of those years with Dr. Alam. She is one of the experienced leaders in the clinical healthcare team, and is passionate about working in the healthcare field. Her number one priority are the patients.

At HepCare Pharmacy she specializes in obtaining prior authorization approval for specialty medications, obtaining grants to help patients with their out of pocket costs for the medications, and obtaining free medications for uninsured patients.