WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. – NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt featured a segment on Wednesday night that highlighted Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation’s educator program. The program employs more than 650 local teachers.
Participants in the educator program assist Nephron’s more than 1,000 full-time employees, giving these teachers the opportunity to earn secondary income.
Watch the NBC Nightly News segment here: https://www.nephronpharm.com/news/case-you-missed-it-nbc-nightly-news-features-nephron-educator-program
“We are grateful for our teachers, we are proud of how hard they work with our children and at Nephron, and we hope other companies across S.C. will join us in supporting them in and out of the classroom,” said Nephron Pharmaceuticals Company CEO Lou Kennedy.
Nephron announced the educator program earlier this year. The mission of the program is to provide secondary income to educators as they help Nephron fill and complete orders.
Educators are focused specifically on the Nephron 503B outsourcing division which services U.S. hospitals and surgery centers with drug shortage needs. Nephron is able to complete orders faster with the support of these teachers and administrators.
About Nephron Pharmaceuticals
Nephron 503B Outsourcing is a division of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation. This division produces pre-filled sterile syringes and IV bags for hospitals across America, in an effort to alleviate their drug shortage needs. In accordance with the DQSA draft guidance, the company follows cGMP, GDP and all quality expectations. The company has been licensed by the Food and Drug Administration as a sterile manufacturer of generic respiratory medications along with an Outsourcing Facility providing equal sterility and quality. Nephron received a 2017 ISPE/FOYA innovation award for the high level of automation present throughout the facility. For more information, please visit www.nephronpharm.com.
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