At Biologics, We Are:

Collaborators. Pharmacists. Coaches. Innovators. Caregivers. Analysts. Nurses. Community leaders. Patients. Thought leaders. Partners. And we all find our ‘Why’ — our purpose, our cause and our belief — in our patients.

Our Mission

At Biologics by McKesson, our mission is to simplify access to medication and deliver personalized care that helps patients achieve the best-possible outcomes — one patient, one partner, one therapy at time.

Founded in 1994, Biologics by McKesson is an independent specialty pharmacy committed to connecting patients to life-changing medications in oncology and other complex and rare diseases. Built on the foundation of deep clinical expertise and a white-glove approach to patient care, Biologics delivers both our patients and our partners seamless access to therapies and unmatched personalized engagement, so our patients get the most out of the care they receive.

In 2016, Biologics became part of McKesson Corporation and now sits within the Pharmaceutical Solutions and Services division of the business.

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As part of McKesson, the Biologics team knows that the way we do business is just as important as the business itself. That’s why we look to our I²CARE shared principles as a unifying set of values to guide us in our mission to care for our patients:

Integrity. Inclusion. Customer-first. Accountability. Respect. Excellence.

Get to Know Our Team

Charles Shaw, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Manager/PIC, Biologics

Charles Shaw

Role: PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Manager/PIC
Years with the company:
Where I give back: I’m a huge animal lover and I’m involved with both Peak Lab Rescue in Apex and Ruff Love Rescue

My WHY: Cancer is a scary and complicated diagnosis. It’s nearly impossible for patients to navigate our healthcare system and gain access to very expensive, life-saving medications themselves. 

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I want to be part of a team that works tirelessly to make sure no one is overlooked and goes without a medication that could save their life. I also want to make sure that patients are provided the same care I would expect my family to receive.  

Myesha Watters

Myesha Belton, MHA

Role: Quality Engineer
Years with the company: 6
Where I give back: March of Dimes, American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House

My WHY: I have an aunt who had breast cancer. I’m so close to her, and, when I saw how much she was going through, I began to see how little was being done for cancer. I decided I really wanted to work for a company that made an impact on the lives of cancer patients. 

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When I read about Biologics’ mission and values, the company really stood out to me, and I decided to build my career here. I currently work in quality because I wanted to dive even more into the data and make sure the patients’ prescriptions are received and processed as quickly as possible. It feels great to know that any time there’s an issue, I’m part of the team that finds a permanent resolution so it never happens again. I love knowing we’re helping so many people who are going through some really hard times.

I love the people who work here, too, and I know that when I come to work every day, everyone is here for the patients. They’re excited to get involved in the company and our community, too. Being on our internal committees that make a difference, and to encourage others to do the same, is something I enjoy about working here. It’s important to me that Biologics plays a part in giving back; not only do we do things like fundraisers for cancer non-profits, we also do things like provide school supplies or Christmas presents for children in need. There’s a real spirit of caring here that I love.

Travis Jones

Travis Jones

2013 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Man of the Year

Role: Practice Support Liaison
Years with the company: 9
Where I give back: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Ronald McDonald House, Alzheimer’s Association

My WHY: I’m a three-time childhood cancer survivor, and I’ve been in the oncology space for over 30 years. So, I understand from a 360-degree view what the patients, their families, the practices and the pharmacies go through.

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I know how important it is to have someone on the other side of the phone who understands your situation and what you’re going through. Biologics is full of advocates — that’s what we do every day. I love knowing I’ve done something to improve someone’s life, their quality of life or possibly their quantity of life.

I came to Biologics because of the relationship I built with them when I was a social worker at a cancer center. They relieved a lot of my administrative burden so I could spend more time with patients. I saw the compassion they had for patients, I saw they went beyond their job descriptions and I really saw the personable way that the employees treated the patients. I told myself I would work here one day — and now I do. I love working with providers; I’ve been talking to them since I was first diagnosed with Leukemia at age 10. I give them confidence in our ability to care for our patients. No matter what comes up, we‘ll do everything we can to get through those issues, past those hurdles — regardless of whether we dispense or the prescription goes somewhere else.

Derrick Bridges of Biologics

Derrick Bridges

Role: Senior Customer Service Representative
Years with the company:
Where I give back: Co-founder, Happy Roots non-profit

My WHY: I have such a caring spirit, and Biologics allows me to be who I am and do my job with love and dedication. I have met some amazing people during this time, and it is my great honor to work at Biologics. As a front-line worker, my role is to make sure every client’s needs are met and exceed their expectations.

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I have the opportunity to leave the best impression of Biologics, and I take that responsibility very seriously. After experiencing the multiple deaths and other tragedies of front-line workers, I revere them. They encourage me to do more. They are my reason why.

People know me for my big smile and my giving spirit. I can’t help but spread the warmth of my heart to others. This is why I started my non-profit organization, Happy Roots. Our programs are designed to empower minority youth and senior citizens who live in low-income housing. We support education, healthcare, housing and organic nutrition. Several times during the year we host back-to-school drives, bikes for children’s giveaways, emergency food and clothing pantry programs, and affordable housing seminars. We do this to inspire and uplift the spirits of all people! Keeping God first has allowed me to find my purpose of illuminating the room with joy and happiness. I love helping others succeed, whether in their community or in battling their disease, knowing I made a difference in their lives.

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