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Name: Kelly Crowley.

Department: Ashley River Tower Outpatient Pharmacy.

How long at MUSC: Since November 2007.

What was your first job: Newspaper delivery.

What is the most rewarding aspect of your job: Working with a great team  of people who coordinate treatments that patients can afford.

If you could change careers, what would you be doing: Elementary school teacher.

Item you must have in your refrigerator: Milk. I have three children.

Pet peeve: People who aren’t aware of the world around them.

Person you admire the most: My husband. He works from home and has kept each of our three children at home with him for the first two years, and then they go to preschool.

How do you stay fit: I get up at 4:45 a.m. Monday through Friday to work out daily. This is the time everyone else is sleeping, so I can focus. I also ride the bike on weekends.

Something people don’t know about you: I competed as a majorette in several contests and won first place.

Words of advice: It’s OK to say no. You can’t do everything. 

Friday, Sept. 19, 2008
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