Woodhaven Pharmacy Services, Inc., doing business as Remedi SeniorCare, provides pharmacy management solutions to long-term care facilities. It offers automatic therapeutic interchange, strategic consulting, transition, and education services. The company also provides Paxit, a unit-dose medication management system; and My Remedi, a Web-based portal that provides information and tools for customers. In addition, it offers pharmacy services, such as delivery of medications, interim supply, Medicare part D support, medical records, collaborative guidance and support, infusion therapy, transition support, customized reporting, and education and training. Woodhaven Pharmacy Services, Inc. serve...
9006 Yellow Brick Road
Baltimore, MD 21237
Founded in 1954
Remedi SeniorCare Promotes Jennifer L. Hardesty as Chief Clinical Officer
Aug 28 14
Remedi SeniorCare has named Jennifer L. Hardesty, PharmD, FASCP as the Chief Clinical Officer of the company. In this role, Dr. Hardesty is responsible for the continued development and implementation of the clinical programs for the company, as well as providing direction and standard reporting tools for company's Consultant Pharmacists. Additionally, Dr. Hardesty will work closely with the CEO to ensure that the organization's operational and clinical plans will reinforce company as a recognized leader in clinical programs and pharmacy operations in the markets served. Dr. Hardesty has held clinical leadership roles at the company. Prior to this position, she was the Director of Clinical Services for the Mid-Atlantic Region and Corporate Compliance Officer.
Remedi SeniorCare Appoints Jeffrey Stamps as Chief Executive Officer
May 21 14
Remedi SeniorCare announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Jeffrey Stamps, R.Ph. as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Stamps has over 30 years of experience in the institutional pharmacy industry. Prior to joining Remedi, he held multiple roles of increasing responsibility with Omnicare, Inc. from 1990 to 2012, including most recently serving as Executive Vice President and President of Long-Term Care Operations, where he led operations of the long-term care pharmacy division with pharmacies servicing facilities in 47 states and annual revenues in excess of $5 billion across North America. Mr. Stamps succeeds Michael Bronfein who remains Chairman of Remedi SeniorCare.