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New General Manager Takes Reins of Morristown Pharmacy & Homecare

Born and raised in Painesville, northeast Ohio, Jim Rainery is the youngest of four children. Growing up with his mother working in home healthcare as a registered nurse, instilled in Jim a passion to help others. After high school, he served in the Army for four years. Following an honorable discharge, he was employed as a habilitation specialist working with the developmentally disabled, while receiving his AAS in Biology at Lakeland Community College and a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Kent State University.

Mr. Rainery assumes the General Manager position at Morristown Pharmacy & Homecare with a wealth of experience. He worked for several years at a national Durable Medical Equipment company where he was responsible for successfully opening two branch offices in Pennsylvania and South Carolina. Prior to coming to Morristown, he worked in Wisconsin where he implemented policies to reorganize a DME organization. He is a member of the American Association for Homecare.

The biggest challenge in his new position comes for the uncertainty of the new Affordable Healthcare Act. Because many people do not understand how it will affect them, it is the responsibility of providers, such as staff at Morristown Pharmacy & Homecare, to bridge the gap and help their clients understand the implications for them.

Asked about his most gratifying experience, Jims immediate response is, being able to provide comfort to those individuals that find themselves in their darkest hour.

Jim, an outdoor enthusiast, makes his home in New Concord and is the father of a 20-year old son.

For more information about services provided by Morristown Pharmacy and Homecare, visit their website at http://www.morristownpharmacy.com, call (740) 782-1230, or like us on Facebook at MTPHC. The mission is to provide durable medical equipment, prescriptions, respiratory equipment, and medical supplies to the community, thus “Helping You Stay Well At Home.”