Timothy Tucker

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Dr. Timothy Tucker is a pharmacist in Huntingdon, Tennessee, and former president of the American Pharmacists Association.[1] He is a Former Speaker of the American Pharmacists Association House of Delegates and has testified before the United States House of Representatives Government Reform Committee on implementing Medicare Part D, [2] and spoken before the United States Senate Finance Committee regarding community pharmacy contract negotiations [3].

Tucker is also a past national president of Phi Lambda Sigma, and served as co-chair of the State of Tennessee TennCare Centers of Excellence Board of Directors. Tucker is President of Tucker & Roe, Inc., which is a long-term care consultanting firm. He is also former President of the Tennessee Pharmacists Association and former President of the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy.

In addition, Tucker is currently serving a second term on the American Pharmacists Association Board of Trustees.[4]

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