Phone: (479) 935.4336
Fax: (479) 444.6322
Mon – Fri / 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Kurt started with Colliers as a pharmacist in 2008. He enjoys connecting with patients on a personal level and helping them improve their health. Kurt graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical sciences with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Kurt lives in Rogers with his wife, Eujeanie, and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. He and his family love spending time at the beach and in the water.
Denise says the best part of working at Collier Drug is getting to know the patients and having the opportunity to care for them and their families. She has been serving Northwest Arkansas since 1995. Denise specialized her pharmacy training in Bio-Identical Hormones Replacement (BHRT) and Women’s Health. She has a passion for helping women maintain optimal health and wellness throughout each stage of life.
Denise received her Bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University before earning her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. In 2000, she received the “Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award” by the Arkansas Pharmacists Association, and in 2018 received the “JB Hays Community Needs Award”. She is interested in lifelong learning and exploring new ideas, and collaborating with other professionals on these projects.
Denise lives in Fayetteville with her husband, Rod, and their teenagers, Ryan and Olivia. Denise volunteers at Welcome Health, formerly known as the Free Health Clinic, and is a member of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association. In her spare time she enjoys attending Ryan’s pole vault meets and Olivia’s soccer games, as well as reading, being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Tosh graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Pharmacy from University of the Philippines – Manila. She obtained her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Howard University in Washington DC. Upon getting her pharmacist license, she has practiced in the Long Term Care Pharmacy field as a staff pharmacist and then later on as Pharmacist in Charge.
She envisioned a more patient facing practice and decided to work in the community setting. Collier’s Drug being one of the pillars of the NWA community for more than a century is the best choice to carry out that vision. Working at Collier’s provided her an excellent opportunity to directly work with patients, share her knowledge and be of service to her community. Outside of being a pharmacist, she’s an avid dancer, a cooking enthusiast, and a weightlifter at the local gym. She enjoys spending time with family, friends and her Siberian cats Duke and Daisy.