Dr. Kenneth Canipe received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Charleston in 2012. After graduation he completed both a PGY-1 and PGY-2 residency at Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia specializing in critical care pharmacy. During his second year of residency training Dr. Canipe obtained his board certification in pharmacotherapy.
Following the completion of his residency training he relocated to Spartanburg, South Carolina where he practiced as clinical pharmacist and a member of the medical team in the medical intensive care unit at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. During his practice in Spartanburg Dr. Canipe was responsible for precepting students and residents, and serving as a pharmacy representative for the critical care steering committee, pharmacy distribution committee, and pharmacy and therapeutics committee. During his service in Spartanburg Dr. Canipe also obtained his board certification in critical care pharmacy.
Dr. Canipe currently is a member of the office of experiential learning at Marshall University School of pharmacy. His practice site is with Thomas Health System where he is responsible for rounding with the intensive care medicine team, severing as a pharmacy representative for the sepsis team, critical care committee, pharmacy and therapeutics committee, and medical service line committee.