Bryan Gray was elected as the District P Representative to the Board of Directors for the Ontario Pharmacists Association in June 2018. Bryan is a practising pharmacist and entrepreneur from Thunder Bay, Ontario. He is the director of Oak Medical Arts – a network of multidisciplinary clinics and pharmacies operating in Ontario; Corozon – a consulting firm offering online accredited programming, documentation and hardware distribution dedicated to pharmacist expanded scope of practice, and; Lockwood Telemedicine – pharmacist-led telemedicine platform.
Bryan attended pharmacy school in Halifax at the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy, graduating in 2013. Following graduation, he completed his Certified Diabetes Educator designation, and completed his Master’s in Business Administration from Lakehead University in 2016.
Bryan has been recognized for his accomplishments with various awards, including: Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy - Wellspring Leadership Award 2014; Canadian Pharmacists Association - New Practitioner of the Year 2015; Ontario Pharmacists Association - Innovative Practice Award 2016.
Bryan currently serves as a Board member with the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy, Canadian Diabetes Association (as the regional delegate) and as the pharmacy representative on the Thunder Bay Primary Care Council.
Bryan’s research and practice interests include: point of care testing - diagnostics and screening; multidisciplinary collaborative care and workflow operations and logistics.