I understand. I also want to do something more clinically based too. I want to do clinical pharmacy specializing in oncology. The job entails going on rounds, collaborating with oncologists to design patient therapies, and administering the drugs/checking up on their progress. Pharmacy is very diverse. You can work for the VA essentially practicing as a physician and seeing patients for routine things (high bp, diabetes, etc). My other love is research, and I know I can do that with a PharmD as well.
Go after your dreams and do what best suits you. Have you shadowed a NP or PA? Both fields are similar, but the educational routes are different. I think NPs have more independent authority, while PAs have less independent authority but wider ranges of practice. Have you considered medical school?
Thanks for the well-wishes, currently doing pharm tech related materials in my Health Science class. While I find the field interesting, I'd like to do a more hands-on job in the medical field, so I'm looking at either becoming a PA or a Nurse Practiconer. I find the human anatomy to be intriguing and getting to help others is always a great benefit. Which is why I'm so interested in the medical field, not sure I could do anything else.