Diamondback Drugs Continues Expansion and Announces New Hires, Continued Growth Necessitates Additional Staffing
Veterinary pharmacy, Diamondback Drugs, continues expansion and hires additional sales and support staff.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 15, 2014
Scottsdale, Arizona’s Diamondback Drugs has long been at the forefront of the veterinary pharmaceutical compounding field, and has built a reputation on its fast, friendly service, top-notch products, reasonable prices, and knowledgeable staff. Continued success and growth has brought about the need for recent expansion, and several key new additions to the staff at Diamondback Drugs.
Pharmaceutical compounding allows for veterinary drugs to be formulated into more palatable formats, making the process of administering them less stressful for pet patients and those responsible for their medical care. In addition, compounding pharmacies are often able to create analogs of drugs that have been discontinued by their manufacturers, saving the lives of animals that have become reliant on those medications.
More and more, pet owners and veterinarians are realizing the benefits of pharmaceutical compounding in veterinary medicine. Compounding medications makes it possible for the Veterinarian to choose the specific combination of medication or individual medication dosage and delivery formulation. This reduces stress on both the pet and pet owner aiding in compliance which in turn helps the pet recover or manage their medical condition. Being highly regarded in the burgeoning industry of veterinary pharmaceutical compounding has steadily increased demand for Diamondback Drugs’ wide array of products and services. The company continues to experience strong sales, and a rapidly growing customer base.
Of course, increased demand brings a need for more help, and Diamondback Drugs is pleased to announce the hiring of two new Inside Sales/Customer Service Representatives.
Farren Neuhauser Joins the Team at Diamondback Drugs
Farren Neuhauser joins Diamondback from the world of pharmacy technicians, and her skill-set should dovetail quite nicely with Diamondback’s field of specialty.
Neuhauser has been an instructor in Arizona College’s Pharmacy Technician program, a position that kept her at the forefront of new developments in the pharmaceutical field. Prior to her tenure as an instructor, Farren worked as a CVS Pharmacy Technician.
In addition to her pharmacy background, Ms. Neuhauser is fluent in Spanish, French, and Hebrew, making her ideally suited to communicate the value of Diamondback’s products and services to the company’s growing international clientele. She holds a B.A. in Linguistics from Temple University College of Health Professions.
Ben Latil Comes on Board at Diamondback Drugs
Inside Sales/ Customer Service will not be Ben Latil’s first role with Diamondback Drugs; Latil has previously worked as one of the company’s delivery drivers.
Prior to joining the Diamondback team, Mr. Latil worked as a Biology/ Chemistry Lab Assistant at South Mountain Community College, and served his country as an Aviation Electronics Technician with the US Navy. He holds an AA from South Mountain Community College.
About Diamondback Drugs
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Diamondback Drugs specializes in the art and science of veterinary compounding. They offer home delivery, and stock the widest range of medications, chemicals, bases and flavors. Learn more about Diamondback Drugs at their website: http://www.diamondbackdrugs.com/ or call them direct at 866-578-4420.
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