Raleigh, NC, July 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Nancy McFarlane, president of MedPro Rx, Inc. (http://www.medprorx.com), a provider of specialty pharmacy services to clients with chronic illnesses who need clotting factor and IVIg, announced that the pharmacy was named the No. 1 small business in the Triangle in the Top 300 Small Businesses of the South competition, hosted by Business Leader magazine. Overall, MedPro Rx, Inc. is ranked among the top 10 small businesses in the South. Competing companies were ranked based on factors including revenue growth, business achievements, civic contributions and percentage of sales within their local market. MedPro Rx, Inc. was previously awarded this No. 1 honor in 2009.
“We are honored to be named the top small business in the Triangle,” said McFarlane. “In everything that we do, we have focused on taking care of our clients. This award is a reflection of the hard work and dedication that our team has to providing the best possible service.”
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- Business Leader recognized 60 local companies in the Top 300 Small Businesses of the South competition. For a complete list of the companies honored by this award, visit http://www.businessleader.com/commonevent/pastwinners.aspx?id=1&r=Triangle&y=2011.
- MedPro Rx has received numerous accolades highlighting its growth and success over the past decade. Some of these include: being named the Triangle’s No. 1 fastest-growing privately held company in 2008 by Triangle Business Journal (MedPro Rx ranked No. 5 in 2009 and No. 16 in 2010); being named a top women owned business by Triangle Business Journal in 2009 and 2010; and ranking as the No. 1 Small Business in the Triangle and No. 3 Small Business in North Carolina out of the top 100 by Business Leader. Additionally, MedPro Rx was listed on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing entrepreneurial businesses as No. 502 in 2009 and No. 1545 in 2010.
- McFarlane has been recognized for her success as a woman business leader. Some of her recent accolades include: being named one of the top Women in Business in 2009 by Triangle Business Journal; receiving a 2008 Women Extraordinaire award from Business Leader; and being recognized as a 2008 Impact Women Business Owner by Business Leader.
About MedPro Rx, Inc.:
MedPro Rx, Inc. is a specialty infusion pharmacy, serving clients who require clotting factor, IVIg and other medications for complex chronic conditions. Established in Raleigh, N.C., in 2002, MedPro Rx’s team has more than 250 years of combined pharmacy, nursing and management experience. MedPro Rx, an Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc. provider (ACHC), emphasizes treatments for individuals with autoimmune neuromuscular disorders as well as rare bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. The pharmacy has received numerous awards for its success and was most recently named one of the top fastest-growing, privately held companies in the Triangle by Triangle Business Journal. For more information about MedPro Rx, call (888) 571-3100 or visit http://www.medprorx.com/.
About Nancy McFarlane:
Nancy McFarlane is a Raleigh city councilor, a pharmacist and the president of MedPro Rx, Inc., an accredited specialty infusion pharmacy that provides infusion medications and services to clients with chronic illnesses. Passionate about maintaining and improving the quality of life in Raleigh, Nancy has served on the Council as representative of District A since 2007. Nancy has announced her candidacy for Mayor for the October 2011 elections. As chair of the Council’s Comprehensive Planning Committee and a member of the Budget and Economic Development Committee, she is active in campaigning for responsible development that protects not only the quality of life in Raleigh but also the environment. Nancy is also a liaison to the following organizations: Wake County Elected Officials Transit Work Group, Raleigh Arts Commission and United Arts Council, Upper Neuse Rivers Basin Association, Substance Abuse Advisory Council, Storm Water Management Utility Commission, Triangle J Council of Governments, Water Advisory Committee, Sister Cities, and Wake County Schools. For more information about Nancy McFarlane, visit http://www.nancymcfarlane.com.
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