Sharie Artis-Hood was awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy degree May 22, 2019, from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine-Georgia (PCOM-GA) School of Medicine in Suwanee, Ga.
Dr. Artis-Hood is a 2004 graduate of Shiloh High School where she excelled both in the classroom and in band. Upon graduation from Shiloh, she was awarded the Hope scholarship where she attended Valdosta State University (VSU).
Sharie attended VSU 2004-2009 she enrolled in the Pre-Pharmacy program and then changed her major and earned an academic degree in Chemistry. She entered the workforce after graduation. As a prelude to achieving her PharmD she worked for 4 years with Grady Memorial Hospital as a Pham-Tech, as well as working as an adjunct Instructor teaching Pharmacology/Lab classes for Atlanta Technical College. In May 2015 Sharie was wedded to her high school sweetheart Andrew Hood and got accept to PCOM in June of 2015.
Dr. Artis-Hood has acquired a broad range of clinical experiences in areas such as internal medicine, critical care, infectious diseases, ambulatory care and other clinical pharmacies practices both locally and externally.
Sharie is the daughter of John and Gladys Artis of Snellville.