Dr. Leonard L. Edloe of Cobbs Creek and Mechanicsville, has been reelected to the board of the American Pharmacists Association Foundation. He will be installed during the association’s annual meeting in San Diego in March.
Edloe is the retired CEO of Edloe’s Professional Pharmacies in Richmond and the pastor of New Hope Fellowship in Hartfield. He earned pharmacy degrees from Howard University and the University of Florida and a divinity degree from Virginia Union University.
Vice chairman of the board of visitors of the College of Pharmacy at Howard University, Edloe has taught there as well as at Hampton University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the University of South Carolina.
In addition to making presentations on health to community groups, Edloe hosts a weekly call-in radio show where he shares health information, answers health questions, and talks of how pharmacy can improve health care in the United States. ...
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