Remington Medal

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A picture of the Remington Medal.
A picture of the Remington Medal.

The Remington Honor Medal, named for eminent community pharmacist, manufacturer, and educator Joseph P. Remington (1847-1918), was established in 1918 to recognize distinguished service on behalf of American pharmacy during the preceding year, culminating in the past year, or during a long period of outstanding activity or fruitful achievement.[1]

Awarded annually by the American Pharmacists Association, the Remington Medal is the highest recognition given in the profession of pharmacy in the US.

Past recipients[edit]

Source: American Pharmacists Association - Past Recipients


  1. ^ "Remington Honor Medal". Retrieved 20 May 2016.

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