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Wayne H. Grant, PharmD, MBA - Grant Clinical Consulting LLC

Wayne H. Grant, PharmD, MBA - Grant Clinical Consulting LLC

4498 Maggie Marie Blvd.
Medina, Ohio 44256

Phone(216) 339-0183


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Dr. Grant provides clinical and administrative services for numerous healthcare organizations throughout the USA and is a clinical associate professor with NEOMED in Rootstown, Ohio. As part of a long career, Dr. Grant has an in-depth understanding of various sectors of pharmacy practice. Long-term care, institutional (prison), infusion, and retail practice have strengthened the ability to decipher the medical management of patients transitioning through different healthcare settings.


Dr. Grant is an expert in pharmacy practice. He is responsible for pharmacotherapeutic management, medication safety and efficacy and drug information all which follow federal, state and local laws. Dr. Grant's clinical practice expertise's include, but is not limited to:

• Adverse drug reactions (ADR's)
• Clinical pharmacy services
• Drug administration errors
• Drug interactions
• Drug safety
• Drug toxicity
• Evidence based medicine
• Formulary management
• Geriatric drug therapy
• Guideline driven drug therapy
• Home care
• Hospice care
• Infusion therapy (antibiotics, opioids, TPN, etc.)
• Institutional care (prison care)
• Long-term care
• Medical review
• Medication adherence
• Medication dosing
• Medication errors
• Medication reconciliation
• Overdosage
• Pain management
• Palliative care
• Pharmaceutical care
• Pharmacology
• Pharmacotherapy
• Pharmacy standard of care
• Pharmacy management
• Quality assurance
• Retail pharmacy
• Sterile management/products
• Toxicology

Litigation Support Services

Dr. Wayne H. Grant has provided a variety of expert witness services on behalf of legal professionals. These include but are not limited to attorney consultation, case review, case opinion and written case opinion.

Areas of Expertise

Additional Expertise:

Drug Administration Errors, Drug Interactions, Drug Safety, Drug Toxicity, Geriatric Drug Therapy, Home Care, Hospice Care, Infusion Therapy (Antibiotics, Opioids, TPN, etc.), Institutional Care (Prison Care), Medication Adherence, Medication Dosing, Medication Reconciliation, Pharmacy Standard of Care, Pharmacy Management, Retail Pharmacy, Sterile Management/Products.


Dr. Wayne H. Grant has been a registered pharmacist, in good standing, in the State of Ohio, since 1990. Dr. Grant received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, in 1990, a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, in 2007, and an MBA from Kent State University in 2016. Employed by a hospice in Cleveland, Ohio, current clinical practice is in hospice and palliative care, targeting disease state management in multiple areas including but not limited to; cardiology, gastrointestinal, geriatrics, nephrology, oncology, psychiatry, and pulmonology.

Dr. Grant has prepared and delivered educational classes to nursing professionals on topics of pain management, heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic kidney disease, dementia, and cancer related problems. Sitting on multiple committees, including the pharmacy and therapeutics, renal, and quality, He can promote the importance and appropriateness of pharmacy intervention.

Paramount to his current practice is a detailed understanding of pain management. Dosage routes from oral, intravenous, intrathecal, and others, in conjunction with strong opioids and adjuvants, garner much of Dr. Grant's attention.

Expertise in long-term, institutional, infusion, and retail practice compose of an extensive understanding of the various pharmacy sectors. As an adjunct clinical assistant professor with the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research, Dr. Grant utilizes current evidence-based medicine to foster best practices. Additionally, he teaches pharmacy students from Ohio Northern University and The Ohio State University who complete clinical rotations in their final year before graduation.

Dr. Grant has delivered local, state, national and international speaking programs reflective of the fundamental practice of pharmacy. As a peer reviewer for the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, he has provided feedback on articles that will determine future drug therapies. A history of clinical practice, management, and education culminates present day understanding of the pharmacy profession.

Areas Served

All States

Professional Experience

National Clinical Innovation Officer 2020-present
Director of the Hospice Institute and Pharmacy services 2005-2020
Scope of Practice: Cardiology, Gastrointestinal, Geriatrics, Nephrology, Oncology, Psychiatry, Pulmonology
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research, 2007 - present
Senior Pharmacist, Infusion Pharmacy, 2002 - 2005
Pharmacy Manager, Retail Pharmacy, 1999 - 2002
Home Infusion Pharmacist, Infusion Pharmacy, 2000 - 2002
Clinical Consultant Pharmacist, Long Term Care Pharmacy, 1996 - 1999
Staff Pharmacist, Retail Pharmacy, 1994 - 1996
Institutional Pharmacist, Institutional (Corrections) Pharmacy, 1994 - 1995
Pharmacy Manger, Retail Pharmacy, 1990 - 1994


1990 - Present Registered Pharmacist, State of Ohio

Legal Experience & Services

Individual v. Nursing Home Pharmacy
Individual v. Retail Pharmacy
Individual v. Insurance Company
Individual v. Health-System
Individual v. Ohio State Board of Pharmacy
Individual v. Insurance Company
Individual v. Individual

Both Plaintiff and Defense Experience


Ohio Northern University, College of Pharmacy, Advance Practice Rotation Preceptor
Ohio State University, College of Pharmacy, Advanced Practice Pharmacy Experiences
NEOMED, Clinical Associate Professor


1990 - Present Registered Pharmacist, State of Ohio
2007 - Present, Faculty Appointment, University of Florida

Awards & Honors

Magna Cum Laude, University of Florida, 2007
Professional Leadership Award, University of Florida, 2007
Outstanding Service Award, Cleveland Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2009

Seminars & Training

Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Conference
2006 (Atypical Antipsychotics, A Focus on D2)
2007 (CKD: The Physiology of Transition, The Pharmacology of Interventions)
2008 (Status Post Roux-en-Y, 2006: Exploring Bariatric Surgery from Beginning to End of Life)
Hospice of the Western Reserve
Various (The Pharmacotherapeutic Management of Pain)
HospiServices, LLC, “Lunch & Learn” National Education Program
2008 (Chronic Kidney Disease at the End-of-Life)
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
2008 Kidney Disease: The Physiology of Transition, The Pharmacology of Intervention

Professional References

Available upon request


Ohio Northern University, B.S. Pharmacy, 1990
University of Florida, Doctor of Pharmacy, 2007
Kent State University, MBA, 2016

Articles Published by Wayne H. Grant, PharmD, MBA - Grant Clinical Consulting LLC

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