Soojin Jun

Pharmacist and patient advocate

Soojin (or “Soo”) is a board certified geriatric pharmacist in Illinois and Wisconsin.  She is also a certified professional in patient safety and certified professional in healthcare quality, evidently very passionate about patient safety and quality improvement.  After losing her dad to many gaps in healthcare as a minority caregiver, possibly from medication adverse events, she changed her career from a wedding videographer to a pharmacist.

She specializes in medication therapy management and believes empathy in healthcare can make healing possible in any relationship of healthcare.  She has experiences in both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies and has worked as a population health pharmacist that manages complex medication regimens and also helps with social determinants of healthcare.  She is also an ambassador for Patient Safety Movement Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to patient safety worldwide, where she passionately speaks up about patient safety, patient rights, minority health, and patient advocacy for voiceless patients. She speaks English and Korean and is eager to help patients!  

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