Solano, Raymond L. III

Raymond L. Solano, III, RPh., M.B.A., C.C.N.

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Job Title / Position: Licensed Pharmacist in Georgia and Texas, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Completed Level I Pharm D. Program, Licensed Nuclear Pharmacist, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Master of Business Administration, Community Pharmacy Practice, Certified  A

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Ray Solano has been a respected pharmacist for over 25 years.

Ray joined the People’s Pharmacy organization in 2001. With a Masters in Business, Ray successfully launched People’s Pharmacy north Austin location in 2002.  Ray holds a degree in Pharmacy, and is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Ray majored in Nuclear Pharmacy and is registered with the Nuclear Regulatory Association for the dispensing of Radiopharmaceuticals.  Ray Solano is a 1979 graduate of Mercer Southern School of Pharmacy.

Ray does professional counseling with patients who take both prescription and complementary medicine.  Ray specializes in learning disorders, neurotransmitter function, detoxification, weight management, diabetes, hormone stabilization and oncology nutrition.  Ray also holds regular seminars on men’s health.

He works closely with parents and physicians to form topical formulations and injectables for autistic patients. As a Co-Host for “Lets Get Healthy” on KIXL 970 AM radio, Ray answers callers health questions.  Ray is also a frequent Guest Host on, “The Patrick Timpone Show”, on KLBJ 590 AM. Ray is a member of PCCA (Professional Compounding Centers of America), Texas Pharmaceutical Association, International Academy of Compounding Pharmacist and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist.

He has received extensive continuing education in the areas of Sterile Injectable Compounding, Weight Management, Nutritional Supplements, Natural Hormones, Veterinary Compounding,

Ray and his wife, Barbara, live in Austin with their 11-year-old daughter, Madison.  Barbara is a Professional Organizer.  Their two older children, Alexandria and Austin, both attend the University of Texas at Arlington.