MEET THE TEAM

Maureen Reilly, Rph

Owner and Pharmacist in Charge

Maureen was born and raised on Long Island, New York to a family of 6 children and 2 amazing parents. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, in 2001, she moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. Maureen has worked in several different pharmacy settings throughout her career but says working in a compounding pharmacy has been most rewarding. Working one on one with her customers and their healthcare practitioners to solve problems to get people on the path to healing is what healthcare is all about. 

 

After being diagnosed with Psoriatic Arthritis, an autoimmune condition, Maureen came to the realization that conventional medicine is failing those with chronic illness. After her diagnosis and failed attempts to control her symptoms with medication, Maureen decided on a new path to healing through diet, supplements, hormone balance and lifestyle modifications, something no conventional medicine doctor said was possible.  This was a great success! It is now Maureen's mission to help those suffering with chronic illness to take a more functional approach to healing. Maureen received a certification in 2020 to be an Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) Health Coach. She wants everyone to know that healing is possible. It takes time and effort but you are worth it!

 

In her free time, Maureen enjoys relaxing at her cabin with her family and dog, being a foster Mom, photography, cooking healthy meals, staying physically active, and socializing with friends. 

Taeho Ham, CPhT

Owner and Head of Compounding

Taeho, pronounced Tay-ho, was born and raised in South Korea.  He later moved to the United States with his family. 


After graduating from University of Illinois at Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,  Taeho decided to change his
career path to the pharmacy field.  He began his career at a big chain pharmacy as a technician in 2004. Through hard
work and determination he became the lead technician and received his first certificate in non-sterile compounding in 2011. In
2016 he received his certificate in sterile compounding through PCCA (Professional Compounding Centers of
America).


The primary reason that Taeho chose compounding was so he can have a direct positive impact on patients’ health outcomes.  

 Taeho will tell you that compounding is a lot like baking in the kitchen. Understanding the importance of how ingredients work together and how to follow the recipe are the keys to great compounding! 

In his free time, Taeho enjoys trying new restaurants, hanging out with this family, spending time with his church community. cooking, and golfing.