Morgan Sayler Herring, PharmD, BCPS
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science / Division of Applied Clinical Sciences
Dr. Herring practices with the Iowa Lutheran Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, which is a teaching program for 18 family medicine physician residents. She is involved with aiding in the resident's research initiatives and other grants and research projects with UnityPoint Health- Central Iowa. Dr. Herring's personal research interests include cultural competency, interprofessional education, innovative clinical pharmacy education, diabetes, and chronic disease state management.
Dr. Herring practices at UnityPoint Family Medicine at East Des Moines, which is a teaching clinic for 18 family medicine physician residents. In addition, the clinic site has 6 faculty physicians and a nurse practitioner. The East Des Moines Family Care Center provides a variety of ambulatory patient services. Dr. Herring's clinic services include anticoagulation clinic, diabetes education, smoking cessation, and chronic disease management. She also attends inpatient rounds at Iowa Lutheran Hospital with the residency service. Iowa Lutheran Hospital is a private, community hospital which services a diverse patient population. She serves as a preceptor for pharmacy students completing a family medicine rotation and incorporates them into all areas of her practice. Dr. Herring's professional interests include diabetes, adherence, patient education techniques and chronic disease state management.