William J. Lynch Jr. received his pharmacy degree from Rutgers University and is a practicing hospital pharmacist with Jefferson Health System where he is a member of the Pain Management & Addiction Committee and Hospital Pharmacy Focus Group. He serves as Adjunct Faculty at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine. His pharmacy background includes over 32 years of clinical practice at Jefferson and Rowan and also as a clinical preceptor for Rutgers University, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy. He is also a health care professional partner of the Keep Delaware Safe & Healthy Coalition and for the State of Delaware Substance Abuse Epidemiological Outcomes Working Group. He serves as an Advisory Board Member with atTAck addiction and has testified on the organization’s behalf on the health concerns of marijuana to the Governor and State Legislature of Delaware. His insightful presentation The Truth about Marijuana: Not So Harmless Anymore shares important consequential health information for those who consider or engage in using marijuana.
Bill is also a member of the Camden County New Jersey Addiction Awareness Task Force where he serves as the Education and Prevention Committee Co-Chair. He is a certified State of New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety Division of Criminal Justice Police Training Commission Instructor and teaches at the Camden County College Police Academy. He also serves as a New Jersey State Police Regional Operations Intelligence Center Drug Monitoring Initiative Fusion Center partner and Health and Prevention Sharing Network partner. Bill is the overnight hospital pharmacist at Jefferson Health System-Cherry Hill NJ Division which specializes in behavioral medicine providing pediatric, adolescent, and adult psychological care, 24/7 crisis intervention, and drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification services.
Bill resides in Delaware with his family. He enjoys officiating swim meets and soccer matches and also hiking, reading, and spending time at the Jersey shore.