At Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in the Bronx, New York, Babak Bamdad serves as Chief and Director of the Pharmacy Department. Mr. Bamdad joined the organization as a night pharmacist, earning a promotion to his current position within six months. He has assisted in the expansion of the department’s operations, notably leading the creation of three retail pharmacy locations.
In his capacity in the Pharmacy Department at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Babak Bamdad oversees all aspects of hiring, orienting staff, and on-the-job training. He periodically undertakes employee reviews, addressing performance deficiencies through corrective and disciplinary action. Mr. Bamdad ensures full departmental compliance with local, state, and federal government guidelines. He also maintains standards of quality and productivity at levels defined by the Presentation Medical Center. He manages scheduling and workflow to optimize efficiency, while increasing employee satisfaction and performance.
Babak Bamdad earned an undergraduate degree in Talmudic Law at Baltimore’s Ner Israel Rabbinical College, a leading accredited college, in 1988. Mr. Bamdad next enrolled in the biochemistry and molecular biology program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he earned distinction for his research. In 1990, he entered Long Island University’s Brooklyn College of Pharmacy (now the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences), where he pursued doctoral studies over the course of the next seven years. He earned recognition for residency excellence and safety in medicine use, as well as his work as a preceptor.
Babak Bamdad is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and the Association of Clinical Research for the Pharmaceutical Industry. An avid gardener, he enjoys outdoor excursions in his free time. Mr. Bamdad has contributed to shelters for those in need, providing art supplies and care packages to youth-at-risk. A philanthropist, he donates to the Chabad of Great Neck and the Chabad of Baltimore.