Under direct supervision of a pharmacist, contact and confers with physicians concerning the appropriate drug, dose, dosing interval, drug allergy and drug-drug interaction.
Prepares and dispenses appropriate amount of inpatients and outpatient medication under supervision of a pharmacist.
Fill automated dispensing machines and delivers patient medications accurately.
Conducts I.V. rounds and under the direct supervision of a pharmacist, prepares I.V. additives using aseptic techniques in the laminar air flow hood.
Prepares the admixtures chemotherapy using aseptic and safe technique in type II safety hood under direct pharmacist supervision.
Organizes out dated or overstocked medications to return to manufactures or wholesaler for credit.
Files documents and records.
Under supervisor of a pharmacist, monitor selected patientâ€™s drug therapy to ensure effective therapy.
Conducts monthly nursing unit and pharmacy inspections when necessary.
Maintains a clean working environment.
Assists manager in developing and implementing new programs and policies and procedures; actively participates in gathering accurate data for quality assurance issues, clinical pharmacy documentation, DUE and ADR.
Performs other job related duties as assigned by the pharmacist or Pharmacy Manager.
This is a year round position, day shift.
Previous pharmacy experience preferred. Enrolled in PharmD in P1 or P2.
Enrolled in or recent graduate of an accredited pharmacy school.
Required educational levels call for proof at time of hire.
Current Ohio Pharmacy Intern License
Proof of all required License(s) and Certification(s) is due at time of hire.
Previous pharmacy experience preferred
Knowledge and experience in UD, I.V. additives and therapeutics
Computer skills required
Ability to communicate effectively with hospital staff and patients.
Employee must demonstrate basic computer skills
Must be in an accredited school of pharmacy and licensed as an intern in the state of OH