Hamilton – Second Street
PharmD - Pharmacist
Bethanne Brown is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University Of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. She received her B.S in Pharmacy from Purdue University in 1989 and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Cincinnati in 2004. Dr. Brown is a registered pharmacist in both Indiana and Ohio. Prior to starting her academic, she worked in a variety of practice sites including: community, acute patient care, and home infusion. In 2000, she joined the College of Pharmacy to help in the development of a skills based, practice focused sequence of courses titled: Pharmacy Practice Skills Development. Additional responsibilities include: patient care project, communication and cultural competence education. She is a health educator providing care to the underserved helping promote healthy behavior change for chronic disease state manage. She currently serves as residency preceptor director for the University of Cincinnati PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency focusing on underserved populations.
MD - Family Practice
Michael J. Armentrout is a family doctor who sees patients at our Bever Medical Center in Hamilton. Dr. Armentrout is originally from Hamilton, Ohio and is serving the community he grew up in. He obtained his bachelor’s degree (Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy) from the University of Cincinnati in 1971 and then went on to obtain his Medical Doctor degree from the Autonoma de Guadalajara in 1976. Dr. Armentrout is a Medical Review Officer who specializes in alcohol and drug testing who also specializes in Diabetes and Lipid disorders. He has worked at the Bever Medical Center since January of 2007. Before coming to Hamilton he was the owner of Lindenwald Medical Associates, Inc. Dr. Armentrout felt the calling to become a doctor at a very young age and was heavily influenced by his own family doctor. He now aims to leave a positive impact on mankind and to relieve suffering. Outside of work, Michael works with his church as a Eucharistic Minister, a scriptural reader, and is a St. Vincent DePaul member who visits the sick and shut-ins. Dr. Armentrout is married, has a son, a daughter, and seven grandchildren.
LISW - Behaviorist
Terri Brockman graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1992 with Bachelor of Social Work and a Child Development cognate. She has worked as licensed social worked at a variety of places throughout Butler and Hamilton Counties. In 2006 Terri graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Masters of Social Work and currently is licensed as an independent social worker. Outside of work, Terri is married with 2 children and enjoys swimming, watching or participating in sporting events, camping, and traveling with family.