Margaret Rowe has been a pharmacist for 41 years, graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University first in 1976 with a BS in pharmacy, and subsequently, in 2006 with her Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
While she has practiced in a variety of settings, including a veterinary medicine teaching hospital at VPI and SU, most of her pharmacy career has been in the hospital setting. She recently retired from Fauquier Health and now practices at the Fauquier Free Clinic as well as Remington Drug. Margaret is also a preceptor of pharmacy students for Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy, as well as Virginia Commonwealth University.
Margaret has provided education for patients, physicians, nurses, and students throughout her career. Currently, her emphasis is on diabetes education.
When not working in the pharmacy, Margaret enjoys being a civil war living historian on 19th-century medicine and apothecary practices, participating in events around the area. She is married, the mother of 3 men, and the grandmother of 4 infants and toddlers. She is also an avid horse rider.