Overview and Responsibilities:
Manages medication orders including age-specific considerations to ensure medication safety (i.e. processing, preparation and dispensing).
Processes and prepares sterile products for dispensing.
Participates in inventory management.
Participates in pharmacotherapeutic plan processes.
Manages own pharmacy practice effectively.
Supervises and directs healthcare team members.
Contributes to goals, programs and report cards for unit/department/hospital.
Provides drug information.
Participates actively on inter and intra-departmental committees.
Maximizes safety and efficiency through appropriate use of automation.
Completes assigned goals.
Provides age-specific pharmaceutical care and basic clinical services for assigned patient care areas. Contributes to goals, programs, QA, PI and other activities for their unit/department/hospital. Performs other duties as assigned.
See LicensureBachelor of Science (B.S.) or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.).
One year of hospital pharmacy experience.
Current, active, unrestricted pharmacy licensure for appropriate state or eligibility for licensure. Must acquire licensure within 90 days of hire date.
PHARMACIST-FOR APPROPRIATE STATE