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Magruder Hospital promotes Pharmacy Director to Vice President

Magruder Hospital promotes Pharmacy Director to Vice President

Magruder Hospital's President & CEO, Todd Almendinger, announced that Nick Marsico, RPh, Director of Magruder's Pharmacy and Administrative Director, has been promoted to Vice President of Ancillary Services.

Marsico graduated from the University of Toledo with his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, graduating cum laude. During his tenure at the university he was a student ambassador, member of the pharmacy student council and the president of Alpha Zeta Omega professional organization. He then went on to complete a pharmaceutical care program through Ferris State University and the University of Purdue. Marsico's work history includes Pharmacy Team Leader for Meijer Pharmacy and an Operational Specialist for Pharmacy Systems Inc. 

Marsico came to Magruder in 2006 as the hospital's Director of Pharmacy and has been responsible for overseeing all operations of the department. He also serves on several committees within the hospital that directly impact the delivery of patient care and safety. In 2012, Marsico was promoted to the hospital's senior leadership team as an Administrative Director, responsible for overseeing the operations of respiratory therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation and sleep medicine in addition to the pharmacy. As Vice President of Ancillary Services, Marsico will remain head of the hospital's pharmacy in addition to increasing his responsibility over multiple clinical areas of the organization.

"Nick has been a great addition to our senior leadership team. He has proven himself a leader within the pharmacy department, throughout the hospital and among his peers, our board of trustees and medical staff. His skills and knowledge are invaluable to both the clinical and strategic goals of Magruder moving forward," says Almendinger.

Marsico and his wife Jen live in the Oregon area with their two children and are actively involved in many school related activities and organizations.

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