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Alexandra Hintz

Alex Hintz, PharmD

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice


Dr. Alexandra Hintz joined the faculty in 2018. Her primary teaching and research interests include topics related to diabetes and outpatient cardiology. Prior to coming to Cedarville, she worked as a clinical pharmacist in a federally qualified health center, an experience which solidified her passion for underserved patient populations. She is an active member of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists. She practices as a clinical pharmacist at Riverside Family Practice Center where she assists with chronic disease state management for patients as well as pharmacy education for family medicine residents.

Education and Credentials

  • PharmD, University of Charleston
  • PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency, Health Partners of Western Ohio
  • Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management, Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists

Scholarly Works

  • Tirzepatide: Clinical review of the “twincretin” injectable (Z. Krauss, A. Hintz, B. Fisk) American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy (2023)
  • Advancing Pharmacy Education by Moving from Sequenced “Integration” to True Curricular Integration (D. Sun, J. Kinney, A. Hintz, M. Beck, A.M.H. Chen) American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2023)
  • Nose, Mouth and Throat Disorders (A. Hintz, P. Trinh, L. Dearden) Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice, 6e (2021)

Expert Topics

  • Endocrine-related topics (diabetes, obesity)
  • Underserved patient populations/ free clinics


Spending time with my family and church family, reading, creative writing, doing anything outside, and exploring coffee shops

Why Cedarville?

Cedarville University’s commitment to God’s Word, the Great Commission, academic excellence, and servant leadership is so exciting to me! I am humbled by the opportunity that I’ve been given to invest in pharmacy students as we work toward a common goal of using our profession for the glory of Jesus Christ.