The pharmacy co-op said Monday that with the promotion, Ey will oversee all chain-level operational functions. He previously held the title of director of operations and support services.
A University of Maryland School of Pharmacy graduate, Ey also currently serves on several pharmacy association committees and boards.
“We are very excited to have Mark take on an increased level of responsibility within the drug chain,” Care Pharmacies chief executive officer Michael Wysong said in a statement. “Mark’s direct impact on our ability to serve our customers better along with his unique set of experiences in retail pharmacy make this an easy decision and transition for Care.”
Overall, the Care Pharmacies co-op includes 79 pharmacies in 15 states and the District of Columbia.