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Business Observer Monday, Jan. 27, 2020 2 months ago

Supply chain nonprofit names vice president, executive director

Jonathan Girnys was previously responsible for pharmacy operations and compliance at Florida Hospital.

FORT MYERS — LeeSar and Cooperative Services of Florida Inc. have named Jonathan Girnys vice president of pharmaceutical services and Phillip Amos executive director of plant operations.

Girnys first came to LeeSar/CSF in 2019 as executive director of pharmacy through a recent partnership with Vizient, a national group purchasing organization, according to a press release. 

Prior to joining Vizient, Girnys was responsible for pharmacy operations and compliance at Florida Hospital. He served in several leadership roles, including national involvement with the American Society of Health System Pharmacists Executive Committee, the release states. 

“Our commitment to providing members the highest quality products and services at the lowest possible costs requires talented leadership," says Bob Boswell, president and CEO of LeeSar/CSF, in the statement. "This is particularly true in the complex and highly regulated pharmaceutical and nuclear service lines. We are confident in Jonathan’s ability to lead these areas with results that provide even greater value for our members.”

Amos, meanwhile, provides strategic leadership to maintain and improve the physical structure, HVAC, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, utilities, steam, fire safety, elevators, janitorial, painting and groundskeeping throughout all LeeSar/CSF locations. 

Amos was previously director of facilities for AdventHealth Sebring, where he was responsible for facilities management of three hospitals, an outpatient surgery center and nearly 40 office buildings across three counties. He managed construction and renovation projects ranging up to $31.5 million, including the construction of a new critical access hospital in Wauchula. 

"As LeeSar/CSF continued to grow and add more complex service lines, the sophistication of our facility increased,” says Boswell. “Clean rooms, robotics, sterilization equipment, refrigerated warehousing are several examples of why we needed a high caliber plant operations leader. Phil is that person and we are happy he is on board.” 

A nonprofit, LeeSar/CSF recently completed a $20 million expansion. The operation has a workforce of approximately 500 employees. LeeSar and Cooperative Services of Florida Inc., are two distinct companies that offer health care supply chain management services. 

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