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January 13, 2011

NCPA has created a new advisory board to help the organization’s push to expand long-term care pharmacy programming for its members.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National Community Pharmacists Association has created a new advisory board to help the organization’s push to expand long-term care pharmacy programming for its members.

The new group will play a key role in helping the NCPA to address the business impact of proposed government policy on independent pharmacy. Members include:

  • Jim McMackin of Wilson Pharmacy, Johnson City, Tenn.;

  • Dennis Conlin of Conlin’s Pharmacy, Methuen, Mass.;