Earl Robertson

Title: Senior Nuclear Pharmacist
Company: Cardinal Health
Location: Saint Charles, Missouri, United States

Earl Robertson, Senior Nuclear Pharmacist at Cardinal Health, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pharmacy administration.

Dr. Robertson notably claims more than three decades of pharmaceutical experience. He has excelled as a senior nuclear pharmacist and radiation safety officer with Nuclear Pharmacy Services, Cardinal Health, a premier distributor of pharmaceuticals, a global manufacturer and distributor of medical and laboratory products, and a provider of performance and data solutions for healthcare facilities, in its St. Louis center since 2001. He prospered as a director of pharmacy and materials management and director of operations from 1985 to 2001 with Childress Regional Medical Center, FastHealth Corporation, Childress, Texas; Central Plains Center, Owen Healthcare, Inc., Plainview, Texas; Special Projects/Interim Coverage, Owen Healthcare, Inc., Houston; and McKesson Medication Management, McKesson Corporation, St. Louis.

After obtaining an Associate of Science in pre-pharmacy at Amarillo College in Texas in 1978, Dr. Robertson followed with a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford in 1981. He later continued his education with a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Kansas in Lawrence in 2009.

Dr. Robertson maintains affiliations with the American Pharmacists Association and the Missouri Valley Chapter of the Society of Nuclear Medicine. He attributes a great deal of his success to his vast knowledge of various areas of pharmacy, as well as his experiences in different environments, such as hospitals and corporations. In the coming years, Dr. Robertson intends to enjoy the rewards of his remarkable career while looking forward to a well-deserved retirement.

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