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4/13/2018

Julie Lanza

Julie Lanza

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Boston, MA

Why I Do What I Do

The opportunity for personal and professional growth on a daily basis is why I do what I do. Each day is different, offering both challenges and the opportunity for helping others. 

Latest Accomplishment

The Governor appointed me to the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy for a three-year term in the Pharmacy Technician Seat.

Most Memorable Experience as a Pharmacy Technician

I was able to be a poster presenter at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting. This is one of my most memorable experiences as it gave me the chance to show other technicians that opportunities are available for growth and development.  

Why I Became Certified

Long ago when I became certified, job responsibilities were more expansive for certified technicians. In addition, the job market was more broad as most hospitals preferred certified technicians. I recently received the new sterile products certification to ensure I am knowledgeable in my sterile products information and regulations.

My Passion Outside of Work

I have a part-time job as a travel agent and I love it!  

Latest Book Read

Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate.

Advice to Up-and-Coming Technicians

Get involved and take advantage of the opportunities that are out there for technicians.

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