Dr. Jarred Prudencio

(808) 932-7703


(808) 932-8117

Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Building, room 246

Dr. Jarred Prudencio received his Pharm.D. degree from the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, and completed a post-graduate year 1 (PGY-1) pharmacy practice residency at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, CA. His residency emphasis was on ambulatory care and also included the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program (STLP) certification.

Dr. Prudencio joined the DKICP faculty in August 2016. He maintains a clinical practice site as an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist at the East Hawaii Health Clinic (Primary Care). He oversees the experiential component of the Pharm.D. curriculum, while also precepting pharmacy students on ambulatory care and academia/research rotations. Additionally, he teaches didactic lectures on therapeutic topics relating to chronic disease states and providing comprehensive patient care. His research interests include demonstrating optimization of patient outcomes in the ambulatory care setting and innovations in pharmacy education. He serves as a faculty advisor and mentor to pharmacy students and is involved in various professional pharmacy organizations.


  • Doctor of Pharmacy - The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, Hilo, HI
  • PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency - UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA


  • 2020 Distinguished Young Pharmacist, Hawaii Pharmacists Association
  • Student Choice Award for Teaching 2020 (Class of 2022)
  • Faculty Preceptor of the Year 2018
  • Faculty Preceptor of the Year 2019

Recent Publications

  • Prudencio J, Wongwiwatthananukit S, Lozana A, Xu Y. Instagram as a Tool to Enhance Pharmacy Student Learning of Ambulatory Care Pharmacy. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2020 Oct 8.
  • Prudencio J, Kim M. Diabetes-Related Patient Outcomes through Comprehensive Medication Management Delivered by Clinical Pharmacists in a Rural Family Medicine Clinic. Pharmacy (Basel). 2020 Jul 9;8(3):115.
  • Prudencio J, Kim M, Masuda C, et. al. Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Services through the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Faculty. Hawaii J Health Soc Welf. 2020 Apr 1;78(4):124-126.
  • Prudencio J. Pharmacy Students' Perspectives of Social Media Usage in Education. Hawaii J Health Soc Welf. 2019 Sep;78(9):297-301.
  • Prudencio J. Refill Request Review as a Learning Tool for APPE Pharmacy Students. ACCP Ambulatory Care Survival Guide, 4th Ed, May 2019.
  • Prudencio J, Cutler T, Roberts S, Marin S, Wilson M. The Effect of Clinical Pharmacist-Led Comprehensive MEdication Management on Chronic Disease State Goal Attainment in a Patient-Centered Medical Home. J Manag Care Spec Pharm. 2018 May;24(5):423-429.