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At 5:30 P.M. Chief Burks presented his report noting the progress toward completing inspections of pharmacies and the processing of complaints. Seventy-four percent (74%) of the pharmacies in Alabama have been inspected since October 1, 2007 and one hundred thirty (130) complaints have been received during the same period.

PRESIDENT ROLAND NELSON read from the NABP Lester Hosto award ceremony in Baltimore the commendations regarding Mr. George Grubbs:

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2008 Lester E. Hosto Inspector Distinguished Service Award recipient George T. Grubbs serves as an inspector for the Alabama State Board of Pharmacy where he promotes, preserves, and protects the public health, safety, and welfare of the state’s residents. Mr. Grubbs has been an inspector for the Alabama State Board since 1984, and during this time discovered and proved the diversion of over 435,000 doses of controlled substances from a single community pharmacy. Prior to this, he was a police officer for the city of Birmingham, AL and also served as a United States Navy air controlman. In 2007, Mr. Grubbs was nominated for the Alabama Retail Association Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. He attended the police training school in the city of Birmingham and the School of Alcoholic Studies at both the University of Georgia and Rutgers University. Grubbs obtained his associate degree in applied science from Jefferson State Junior College and studied law enforcement at several institutes.

Chief Burks’ written report to the Board:

May 27, 2008, Monthly Report Henry A. Burks – Chief Inspector Alabama State Board of Pharmacy


Monthly Report on Inspections

Total Locations: Locations Inspected: Needing Inspections: Inspection percentag


2164 1593 571 74%

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