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L’Hommedieu Receives Excellence in Pharmacy Leadership Award

​Tim L’Hommedieu, director of Pharmaceutical Services, St. Joseph’s Hospitals and South Florida Baptist Hospital, received the Excellence in Pharmacy Leadership Award from the Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists (FSHP) in Orlando at their annual meeting.

The award recognizes an individual who has displayed innovative or exemplary leadership skills while holding a supervisory or managerial position in a health system organization.  To qualify, the nominee must be a FSHP pharmacist and have demonstrated innovative or exemplary leadership while acting in a supervisory or managerial position.

“Tim is very deserving of this recognition,” said Mike Magee, BayCare’s vice president of Pharmacy Services.  “He continues to contribute to BayCare’s mission through innovative programs like the Pharmacist Transition of Care Program.  We are blessed to have Tim on our Pharmacy team.”

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Tim L’Hommedieu, director of Pharmaceutical Services, St. Joseph’s Hospitals and South Florida Baptist Hospital, receives the Excellence in Pharmacy Leadership Award from Charzetta James, FSHP president, and Dave Lacknauth, director of Pharmacy, Broward Health, at the Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists Annual Meeting.

 

 

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