Doc updated his bio on linkedin.....
Dr. David Dalton, The first black pharmacist executive in the chain drug industry. Honored as one of the top ten graduates over a 100 year span. In 4 Halls of Fame, Senatorial Medal of Freedom , Emeritus Archon and Veteran. Top 100 Healthcare leaders and Visionary (IFAH) He served in several capacities with Rite Aid Corporation including Corporate Vice President. He left Rite Aid Corporation to acquire Peoples Drug Stores with investment Group inclusive of Robert Bass of Texas. Dr. Dalton served as Senior Vice President. He founded Managed Care Rx merged it with Bergen Brunswick, a drug wholesale company sales in excess of 14 billion. Health Resources, Inc. for which he is Founder, President and CEO is a national PBM and Pharmacy Services, Inc. a prescription mail service company. Health Resources Inc. has been recognized in Black Enterprise Magazine top 100 for over 25 years. Dr. Dalton is President and CEO of Univec,Inc. (UNVC) a public company in mental health clinics , methadone distributor and manufacturer and distributor of specialty transdermal pharmaceuticals and cannabis CBD. Physician and Pharmaceutical Services Inc, (PPSI) is the pharmacy sample services division of Univec, Inc. He is Executive Chairman of Wellness Healthcare Inc.(TeleHealth) (Metaverse) and WellnessRx (Healthcare Products and Services)
Dr. Dalton is one of the original members and directors of the National Council of Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP). Founder of National Minority Health Association (NMHA). He has received national and local recognition by the President and Senate of the United States and Congressional Black Caucus. The University of West Virginia where he is a Graduate Emeritus recognized him as a Distinguished Alumni and again honored him as Outstanding Alumni of West Virginia School of Pharmacy and Outstanding Service recognition to the School of Pharmacy. Dr. Dalton was inducted into the Black CEO Hall of Fame in 2006. Honored by his hometown of Grafton, West Virginia as author of city slogan Grafton, West Virginia “ Birthplace of Mother’s Day “ He was inducted into the Taylor County School's Hall of Fame in 2013. He was inducted into the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Centennial Hall of Fame in 2014 and Selected "Top 100 Healthcare Leaders Worldwide " by IFAH 2019 and Top 100 Healthcare Visionary 2021.