Margo Hallman, DPH, with over 32 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical Management field, is presently the Pharmacy Manager of Food City Pharmacy in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Margo Hallman earned her DPH from the prestigious Temple University School of Pharmacy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Ms. Hallman grew up in Stowe, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Pottsgrove High School in 1978.
Her parents taught Ms. Hallman great morals, strong values, and always encouraged her to be compassionate and caring while helping her to envision and obtain her goals. All of this greatly contributed to Margo Hallman’s ability to obtain her dream of attending Temple University where she graduated in 1984 and to pursue a career as a pharmacy professional. These qualities are evident by the way Ms. Hallman goes above and beyond her duties and responsibilities to her patients by promoting good health and safe health practices. Margo Hallman is constantly reaching out to her community by doing seminars and always making herself available to answer clients’ questions.
As Pharmacy Manager, Ms. Hallman is able to apply her diverse skills, pharmaceutical knowledge, business management skills, organizational skills, and her outstanding interpersonal skills for the benefit of those she serves. She is depended upon by her community for her skills and compassion. In addition to managing the many duties of a Pharmacy Manager, Ms. Hallman, DrPH, is certified to administer flu shots and immunizations.
Margo Hallman is able to reflect back on her childhood and see how she was drawn to caring for others and her family’s pets over the years. She remembers the work ethic her parents instilled in her and when she landed her first job at McDonald’s. While attending Temple University she worked at Professional Pharmacy and the Mayfair Restaurant where these values contributed to her success. Ms. Margo Hallman embraced all of these experiences, built on it, and became a pillar of her community and an efficient, caring, hardworking friend and pharmacy professional.
In her spare time, Ms. Hallman enjoys caring for her animals (her two dogs, and pet cockatiel) and is a huge advocate of proper animal treatment and rights. She also helps support The Lord’s Child and the Shiners’ Ms. Hallman has managed to take some time for travel and when she is not able to get away, relies upon the memories of the beautiful blue water of Tahiti and Bora Bora, from her trip in 2008, and to Hawaii’s Big Island in 2009 to sustain her until she’s able to get away again.
She has a love of historic homes and has been doing extensive renovation on a 100+ year old 2-story Victorian house that she will soon occupy.
Always extending herself for others and the community in which she lives, Margo Hallman has one desire: that she will be remembered as the person who “would help people, was always friendly and always compassionate.”