James W. Fetterman
James W. Fetterman, Jr., Pharm.D. is a Professor of Pharmacy Practice and the Physician Assistant Program, and Experiential Education Coordinator at South University School of Pharmacy in Savannah, Georgia. Previously, he was Founder and President of a Home Infusion Practice where he was also the clinical pharmacist with responsibilities for direct pharmaceutical care. He was responsible for establishing home infusion practices for two other companies in the Savannah area. He has practiced as a Clinical Pharmacist in the medical center setting where his areas of practice included pediatrics, pediatric intensive care, adult internal medicine, nephrology, orthopedics, and surgery. Dr. Fetterman has also served as the Director of Pharmacy in a regional trauma center. He has lectured to many professional organizations and schools of pharmacy and medicine in the area of nutritional support as well as various other topics in pharmacy practice.
Dr. Fetterman received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University School of Pharmacy in 1979. He continued his education by completing a specialty residency in Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition and Home Health Care from Mercer University School of Pharmacy, Georgia Baptist Medical Center, and Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Fetterman is an active a member of several National and local professional organizations. He has held several offices in local professional organizations including President of the Savannah Pharmaceutical Association. He has also served on committees of several national professional organizations. And since 2002, has served on the Board of Directors of GPhA. He is the immediate past Chair of the Southeastern Pharmacy Experiential Education Consortium which is comprised of six Schools/Colleges of Pharmacy in the southeast.
Dr. Fetterman is married and has 2 children, 3 granddaughters, 3 grandsons (soon to be 4), a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law who is also a pharmacist.