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Ashley A. Storvick

William Kernan

ASHLEY A. STORVICK, PharmD, MBA, ([email protected]) is the Director of Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services at Advocate Aurora Health (AAH) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In this role she oversees operations and pharmacy service development for several Greater Milwaukee Area community pharmacies and ambulatory clinics. She also serves as a liaison between the clinics and pharmacies, designing growth and business development initiatives throughout the system. As part of the AAH pharmacy leadership team, Storvick is overseeing the expansion of the system’s community pharmacy footprint.

Storvick received her Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. She completed her PGY1 and PGY2 health-system pharmacy administration residency at Aurora Health Care and has gained experience in inpatient, community, and ambulatory health-system pharmacy practice.

Storvick’s leadership in ASHP started when she was selected as the resident member for the ASHP Commission on Credentialing during her PGY2 Residency. She continued to be an active member participating in the New Practitioner Forum Membership and Outreach Committee. She currently serves as a member of the inaugural Executive Committee of the Section of Community Pharmacy Practitioners.


Through my experience with an integrated health system, I have seen firsthand the advantages of the evolution from a traditional dispensing model of a community-based pharmacy into one that fosters more expansive clinical roles and provider partnerships. The financial burdens of running a community pharmacy are increasing year after year. And due to the pandemic, we changed how health care is delivered by leveraging technology and introducing more patient-centric models of care. As a Section, I believe we play an important role in supporting the transformation of the community-based pharmacy model. By looking at the current challenges of our situation as opportunities, we can build a foundation for the next generation of our practice!

Continued development of our Section will allow us to share creative and innovative ideas on how pharmacists and technicians can work at the top of their license, create non-traditional revenue generating streams, and expand their clinical scope and integration with health care providers. Additionally, our Section can partner with other sections to enhance transitions of care, continue to design a futuristic patient-centric model, and inspire pharmacy leaders who will transform community-based practice.

Partnership is at the core of my philosophy as a pharmacist and a leader. I was honored to serve on the Executive Committee, and I would be thrilled to help lead our Section on Community Pharmacy Practitioners in creating partnerships that benefit our patients, our communities, and our members.