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FLINT, Mich. — Four pharmacists from Diplomat are among the 49 across the country who have received certification from the Specialty Pharmacy Certification Board, Diplomat said Monday.
Diplomat said VP clinical services Gary Rice, clinical technology manager Michael Crowe, pharmacy manager Nicole Hubach and clinical manager Ryan Nolan had received the SPCB's Certified Specialty Pharmacist endorsement. The SPCB announced on Nov. 11 the first 49 pharmacists to become CSPs. The tests for the credential were administered in October.
"I'm very excited to be one of the first Diplomat pharmacists to earn the CSP credential," Crowe said. "Diplomat has provided me with many opportunities to develop my expertise in specialty pharmacy. I encourage pharmacists and pharmacy students to explore the industry, as its growth will continue for the foreseeable future."