Courtney Doyle-Campbell


MBA with leadership certificate, WNEU
Bachelor of Science, UCONN
Bachelor of Arts, Smith College


Dr. Courtney Doyle-Campbell is a Clinical Professor of Ambulatory Care at Western New England University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.  She is a Board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist and certified hypertension clinician; and manages the Hypertension specialty clinic at Trinity Health of New England Medical Group in Springfield, MA.  Courtney operates under a collaborative practice agreement with the Trinity providers. Her agreement covers HTN, diabetes, heart failure, COPD, and asthma.  Courtney is co-instructor of record of the Cardiovascular Integrated Pharmacy Care courses and the instructor of record of Patient Care Management, the capstone course.

Courtney is a former recipient of BusinessWest’s 40 Under Forty, an award honoring 40 young business and civic leaders in Western Massachusetts. The award recognized her service to the local community, her students, and her patients. At WNE, Courtney received the 2016 WNEU Preceptor of the Year award for her work with APPE students in her HTN clinic. She was also awarded the 2017 Professor of the Year Award for demonstrating excellence in all aspects of teaching responsibilities, as determined by students and faculty peers.

Courtney currently serves as Treasurer of the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association (MPhA), the Executive Board of the New England Institute of Ambulatory Care Pharmacists (NEIAP), and is active with the American Pharmacists Association (APhA). She was the Medical Home/ACO special interest group (SIG) coordinator from 2019-2020 and serves on APhA-APPM’s Policy Standing Committee and as a delegate for the House of Delegates.  At WNEU, she is the chapter advisor for APhA-ASP and the coordinator and trainer for the APhA immunization certificate training program.

Along with her work at Western New England University and Trinity, Courtney’s areas of interest are primary care, resistant HTN, HF, social determinants of health, motivational interviewing, and advocacy.