Christina Varvatsis

Christina Varvatsis, PharmD

Freelance Medical Writer | Hospital Pharmacist


Medication Therapy, Disease State Management, Medication Safety


University of Connecticut


Whether working in the hospital or writing for the public, my goal remains the same—to empower individuals to take charge of their health and make educated, informed decisions.

— Christina Varvatsis, PharmD


Christina Varvatsis is a hospital pharmacist and freelance medical writer with almost a decade of experience educating healthcare professionals, patients, and the public with the knowledge necessary to make informed healthcare decisions.

Having spent her entire career in a hospital setting, Christina has observed what can happen when people are misinformed about their conditions and treatment options. Through writing, Christina hopes to empower individuals to take charge of their health and live their healthiest life.


Christina earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Connecticut. She completed her post-graduate residency training at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Connecticut.

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