M&D’s Scott Irelan appointed to state board by Louisiana governor
J. Scott Irelan, Director of Compliance for Morris & Dickson (M&D), has been appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards to the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors.
Established in 1988, the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors issues licenses and regulates the distribution of legend drugs and legend devices by distributors and manufacturers within and into the state of Louisiana in order to safeguard life and health and to promote the public welfare.
“It’s an honor to be selected by the Governor and to serve my state,” says M&D’s Scott Irelan. “The work of the Board is imperative in maintaining the health and well-being of the state of Louisiana.”
Scott resides in the Shreveport area and has been with Morris & Dickson for nearly 35 years. His company career began in 1988 as an entry-level employee at the distributor center, working up to Senior Operations Manager, and then promoted to Director of Compliance in 2018. Scott is an LSU Shreveport graduate with a degree in Business Administration and Management.
Morris & Dickson is the largest independent full-line pharmaceutical distributor in the country. With over 30,000 SKUs, M&D’s singular focus is the reliable, next-day delivery of drugs and related products to health systems, independent pharmacies, specialty pharmacies, and alternative care facilities across 21 states (and counting).