Saad Dinno, RPh, FIACP, FACA
Saad Dinno is a registered pharmacist and co-owner of Acton Pharmacy, West Concord Pharmacy and Keyes Drug with his brother Raied Dinno. In this role, he manages the day-to-day operations of each full service pharmacy and ensures the highest standard of quality for all customers. Both Saad and Raied are passionate about providing individualized care to each customer.
Saad is a member of the Massachusetts Independent Pharmacy Association, Massachusetts Pharmacist Association, National Community Pharmacist Association and International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. He is the past president of the Massachusetts Independent Pharmacy Association and previously served on the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) Advisory Board.
Saad has received numerous awards, including being named the Margaret Bauman Outstanding Medical Professional for his work serving the autism community.
Saad was also named Massachusetts Innovative Pharmacist of the Year, PCCA Pharmacist of the Month and received a Fellowship distinction from the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. Additionally, Saad serves on Emerson Hospital’s Care Transition Collaborative Committee, the Eliot Community Human Rights Committee, Cardinal Distribution East Advisory Board and the MitoAction Marcel Way Fund Committee. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from MCPHS University.
Raied Dinno, RPh
Raied Dinno is a registered pharmacist and co-owner of Acton Pharmacy, West Concord Pharmacy and Keyes Drug with his brother, Saad Dinno. In this role, he manages the day-to-day operations of each full service pharmacy and ensures the highest standard of quality for all customers. Both Raied and Saad are passionate about providing individualized care to each customer.
Raied is the president and owner of Dinno Pharmaceuticals, Inc. which developed the pharmacies’ signature diaper rash ointment, Baby Ease, which was trademarked and patented in 2007. He previously served as president of the Massachusetts Independent Pharmacy Association from 2008 to 2009. He currently serves on the board of the Auburndale Community Association.
Raied was named Pharmacist of the Month by the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA). He received his Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from MCPHS University, where he is a preceptor for pharmacy students.
Lynn Hearne, RPh
Lynn has been a pharmacist at Acton Pharmacy for over ten years. She enjoys working in a neighborhood pharmacy that allows her to spend time with each individual patient and build lasting relationships. The health and well-being of patients is Lynn’s top priority and she frequently provides counsel on prescriptions and health issues. Lynn received her Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island.
Joanne Testa-Williams, RPh
Joanne has over 30 years of pharmacy experience in both Managed Care and Retail settings. She is passionate about providing excellent customer service and ensuring our customers understand their medications. Joanne is a graduate of MCPHS University. On her free time she loves biking and boating.
Ted Toufas, PharmD, RPh
Dr. Ted Toufas is a Clinical Pharmacist and Pharmacist-in-Charge of the Compounding Lab who has a Bachelor’s of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Biochemistry & Genetics, and a Doctorate of Pharmacy from MCPHS University. He has a passion for learning and imparting information to patients and colleagues. Ted has received training in compounding medications, hazardous drug compounding, veterinary compounding and Quality Assurance. Working closely with physicians and patients, he develops formulations that would best suit patient needs. Under his supervision, Acton Pharmacy’s compounding lab has gained accreditation with the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board and is the first in New England (3rd in the USA) to have a certificate of distinction in hazardous medication compounding. He has been at Acton Pharmacy in one capacity or another since 2005, and strives for a continuous improvement in the quality of healthcare for our patients.
Tracy Walczewski, PharmD, RPh
Tracy is a registered pharmacist and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island. She joined the Dinno Health team in February of 2017. She is passionate about helping people and providing excellent customer service to our patients. As a Certified Pharmacist Immunizer, Tracy administers vaccines to patients at the pharmacy. She also recently underwent training, where she received the title of Hormone Replacement Therapy specialist. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young children.
Jeffrey P. Wielinski, RPh
Jeff has been a licensed pharmacist for over 25 years and specializes in personalized medicine. Jeff manages Acton Pharmacy’s Medicine-On-Time™ service, which provides customized medication cups to help patients take the correct dose of medication at the right time. Originally from Toledo, Ohio, Jeff received his Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Toledo in 1988.
Silky Kaur, PharmD, RPh
Dr. Kaur is a clinical pharmacist who joined the Dinno Health team in August 2021. She is a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate from MCPHS University-Boston and completed her community-based postgraduate residency through Walgreens & MCPHS University. Her training focused on medication therapy management (MTM), ambulatory care practice, specialty pharmacy, and academia. Silky is also working towards her MBA in Healthcare Management. Her practice interests include delivering enhanced clinical services in the community/outpatient pharmacy setting, diabetes management, and teaching. With her experience in independent pharmacy, she has developed a passion for the profession and enjoys advocating for its practice through her daily work & involvement with various state and national pharmacy organizations.
Silky works across all Dinno Health locations (Acton Pharmacy, Keyes Drug, West Concord Pharmacy, & Theatre Pharmacy) to enhance our clinical services by providing direct patient care, advancing team-based care, and managing services that focus on the patient. In addition to traditional pharmacist duties, she participates in our existing clinical services, such as MTM, care planning, and immunizations. Overtime, Silky is working to develop programs for chronic disease state management and transitions of care services to improve the care of our patients through a value & health outcomes-based practice.
Beth Gardner, MS, LE
Beth Gardner, MS, LE is a Certified Lifestyle Educator and the Director of Health and Wellness at Acton Pharmacy, Keyes Drug and West Concord Pharmacy. For more than a decade, Beth has empowered people to make healthier lifestyle choices by collaborating with professionals in the field. She has extensive experience in assisting patients with illness prevention through nutrition, diet, and exercise; the use of diagnostic techniques; lifestyle education; and stress management approaches. Beth is very knowledgeable about vitamins, minerals, and nutraceuticals, and she is available for vitamin, supplement, and nutritional consultations. She is also a Certified Stocking Fitter.
Beth works with patients to create ways to improve diet and overall health as a means for disease and illness prevention. Working with the patient on a one-on-one basis, she builds a plan to a healthier lifestyle and then follows-up with the patient to measure progress toward the health goals established in the plan. Beth meets with patients at all three pharmacies and her schedule is flexible. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your personalized consultation.