Dr. Scherry Bryant is a graduate of Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy and currently serves as a pharmacist at Lakeshore Pharmacy. In addition to her children, Dr. Bryant is extremely passionate about medical
mission work. Over the last seven years, Dr. Bryant has traveled and served on eight medical mission trips: seven trips to Ecuador and once to Nicaragua. “When we go to Ecuador
we see about 600 patients each time. Nicaragua…I don’t know exactly how many but it was a lot. I’ve never thought about how many total patients we’ve seen.
That’s really humbling.” We asked Dr. Bryant how often during her trips does she feel like she is exactly where she is supposed to be and doing what she is supposed to be doing: “Every time. Every
single time I go. For example, last summer we traveled to Ecuador a few months after they suffered a big earthquake. We were doing a clinic about two hours from the major damage and we had people
visit because they didn’t have access to medical care. We were able to give them ibuprofen and amoxicillin, just basic things to us that they thought was the best thing ever. We served them in that
way and it gave them a reason to come back to church.” Dr. Bryant’s passion for medical mission work has extended to her family. “My daughter goes with me. She’s in high school and wants to go to
pharmacy school, so she’s been helping me in the pharmacy. And next summer my son is going for the first time. I just love it. I really love it.” With that being said, a week of nonstop work in
foreign country can be tough. “At the end of the week you’re very tired and because of that you may not feel well, but you have a new appreciation for things. When we see the impact that we make it’s
all worth it.”
Thank you Dr. Bryant for taking the time to meet with us.
Welcome the newest members of the Lakeshore Pharmacy family. Lawson Leigh and Lennox William Lichtner born November 9, 2015 to Whitney and Billy Lichtner.
Help support my wife and daughter's trip to Ecuador
My wife Scherry and daughter Emily will be returning to Ecuador July 10-18 to serve the people there once again this year. Sponsored by the United Methodist Church (SIFAT - Servants in Faith and Technology) a medical team goes and provides professional medical service with physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and many other support staff. Each team member is responsible for expenses of the trip.
My parents have been to Ecuador the past 15 years where my father, a family practioner, has treated thousands of patients and my mother has worked in the pharmacy and dispensed thousands of medications to these sweet people.
My daughter Emily has designed a t shirt for sale to help pay for her way to go. She has been before and she has not only blessed many people of Ecuador, but it has been a blessing to her as she serves in the name of Jesus Christ.
The t shirts are $20.00 and she would appreciate your support of her trip to Ecuador.
"We are not to be served, but to serve." Mark 10:45
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Robert E. Bryant III
Scherry S. Bryant, Pharm.D.