Diana Rangaves

Diana Rangaves

PharmD, Clinical Consultant, Google Scholar


  • Name: Dr. Diana Rangaevs
  • Author with Leafreport since: Jul 2019

Education And Work Information:

  • School(s) Attended: Doctorate from the University of California, San Francisco, Clinical Pharmacy, Healthcare Systeme, Management
  • Charters and certifications: California State Board of Pharmacy, CANVAS Online Learning Management System Certified, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists: Aseptic Compounding, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists: Safe Handling of Hazardous Chemotherapy

Honors and distinctions

  • 1999 Longs Drugs Stores Award for Excellence
  • 2000 Longs Drugs Stores Award for Excellence
  • 2001 Longs Drugs Stores Employee of the Year
  • 2008 Outstanding Contribution by Adjunct Faculty, Santa Rosa Junior College
  • 2012 Ambassador Maven RX
  • 2013 Faculty Fund for Advanced Studies Grant Award Santa Rosa Junior College
  • 2014 Outstanding Leadership by the International Women’s Leadership Association~
  • 2014 Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation Grant Award
  • 2015 Basic Skills Initiative Innovation Project ~ Mathematics Reading Apprenticeship~
  • 2016 SRJC Online College Project ~ Chemo and Hazardous Drugs Facilitator Trainer
  • Job Title: CEO
  • Company / Organization: Diana Rangaves Clinical Consultant Services
  • Former Jobs: Tenured Professor Santa Rosa Community College


EC Pharmacology and Toxicology


Healthcare Nationwide

American Health & Drugs Benefits

e~Magazine Healthcare Worldwide Central

“Connecting the Educational and Clinical Essentials”


  • Area of Expertise: Chronic Disease Management



Dr. Diana Rangaves is Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D). She graduated from the University of California, San Francisco and specializes in pharmacotherapy management. Diana has a broad range of acute clinical background and ambulatory care. She was an academic college professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. As a Clinical Pharmacist she is focused on chronic or disease state management.

She has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare and over 15 years’ as an academic professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. She owns ClinicalConsultantServices.com and DianaRangaves.com, of which Doctopedia is a client, and volunteers as the Clinical Director for ARISE Africa Foundation, which specializes in adult education and reduction of STD/HIV in Nigeria. Royalties from her ethics, values books benefit charities: The Adventures of Rosy Posy Papillion benefit PapHavenRescue.org. Santa Rosa Junior College benefits from Escape into Excellence, and Embrace Your Excellence.

Dr. Diana is a pharmacist, philanthropist, and ethics professor turned writer. An accomplished educator, award-winning teacher, and business professional, she uses her powers for good.

She has work appearing in numerous venues, including children’s picture books, medical, pharmaceutical books, academic books, and scholarly articles.

Diana is the author of the Rosy Posy Papillion children’s series. One-hundred percent of the author’s royalties benefit PapHavenRescue.org.

Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation benefits from 100% of her royalties for the author’s growth educational books Escape into Excellence, and Embrace Your Excellence.

She is actively working on the Ethical Hacker ~ Acidemia a political suspense thriller novel; we wish we could say more!

Former Executive Editor and Chief Content Officer for the digital magazine, Healthcare Worldwide Central, she earned her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of California, San Francisco.

Selected career experiences include:

  • DoctorPedia Head Editor and Video Development
  • NY Ads Marketing Consultant
  • Interim Director of Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacist, Management
  • Pharmacy Technician Program Director for Santa Rosa Junior College
  • Tenured Faculty, Pharmacology, Ethics, Nursing, Counseling and Pharmacy

Diana is a foster mom for PapHavenRescue.org and lives in California with her dogs and pasture pets, in their forever home.

“Treat others the same way you want to be treated”

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