About Louis Fisher, BSPharm

LFisher01bioPagePrior to joining IntegraMedical of North Carolina, Mr. Fisher traveled around the country providing knowledge and experience, through presentations, to medical and pharmacy schools, small groups of physicians, and hospital grand rounds on topics relative to pain management and all aspects of DEA regulations. He privately consulted with physicians, pharmacists, and law firms on issues relating to controlled substance matters. He maintains his certification as an inspector and consultant for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy VAWD program.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Registered Pharmacist, State of Massachusetts, 1971 to 2015
Private Controlled Substance Consultant, Plantation, Florida, March 2003 to present
Diversion Program Manager, New England Field Division, Drug Enforcement Administration, April 1997 to March 2003
Group Supervisor, Drug Enforcement Administration, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 1989 to April 1997
Group Supervisor, Drug Enforcement Administration, Hartford, Connecticut, 1987 to 1989
Senior Investigator, Drug Enforcement Administration, Miami, Florida, 1978 to 1987
Staff Assistant, Drug Enforcement Administration Headquarters, Washington, DC, 1975 to 1978
Investigator, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs/Drug Enforcement Administration, Boston, Massachusetts, 1972 to 1975
Investigator, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Hartford, Connecticut, 1971 to 1972

AWARDS All awarded by the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration
2000, Exceptional Performance Award
1996, Special Act or Service Award
1996, United States Department of Justice Employee Volunteer Service Award
1994, Exceptional Performance Award
1993, Outstanding Performance Award
1993, Exemplary Investigative Efforts Against Diversion of Controlled Substance Award
1991, Outstanding Performance Award
1985, Excellence in Performance Award
1981, Excellence in Performance Award
1978, Special Achievement Award
1977, Excellence in Performance Award