Soliant is proud to partner with a community hospital that focuses on healthcare and the well-being of their patients. Are you an experienced pharmacist with at least 3 years and is holding a good standing NE license? If so, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides specialized pharmaceutical services to improve drug usage and therapeutic outcomes including, but not limited to, advising physicians on issues concerning drug therapy, the inherent toxicity of drugs and their side effects, as well as assisting in the prescription of the appropriate doses and ensuring that adequate quantities of drugs and supplies are ordered and maintained.
Is responsible for the preparation and dispensing of all medications within the facilities, overseeing non-pharmacist personnel involved in the medication use process and ensuring that all prescription and medication orders are accurate, complete, and appropriate for the individual patient and in compliance with all state and federal legal requirements.
Maintains relationships with medical and nursing staff, providing timely information pertaining to pharmaceuticals, therapeutic options, drug usage and compatibility, state and federal regulations regarding drug controls, and Nebraska Department of Health standards.
Conducts and evaluates medication use reviews as needed, assessing patient compliance and outcomes; and suggests modifications so as to achieve desired outcomes; instructs patients in the proper use of prescribed drugs and makes patient care rounds with physicians to evaluate patient progress as needed.
Individualizes medication regimens using sound principles, accounting for pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetic variations in drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination with responsibility for establishing and continually improving the delivery of pharmaceutical care to patients within areas of direct responsibility and assisting others in the department with the same.
Ensures that medicinal products are stored appropriately and securely to ensure inventory is maintained in accordance with state and federal requirements.
Responds to medication related queries from within the hospital, other hospitals and the general public.
Maintains strict standards of confidentiality, complying with but not limited to HIPPA recommendations and regulations.
Keeps up to date with and contributes to changing drug knowledge and healthcare developments in collaboration with medical staff and other colleagues.
Writes guidelines for drug use within the hospital and long-term care facilities, preparing drug and therapeutic bulletins and implementing necessary regulations and related hospital/departmental policies and procedures.
Provide information related to budgets and drug expenditures. Processes all cash and credit transactions as required, giving patients proper receipts and related information.
Attends required meetings and participates in facility and community committees as requested.
Mentors healthcare professionals in training including, but not limited to, pharmacy, medical, and nursing students; activities should include both practical and didactic experiences.
Provides monthly consulting to our contracted LTC facilities.
Performs other duties as needed by facility.
Pharmacy degree from an American Council for pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited school of pharmacy and licensed through the successful passage of a licensure exam in accordance with National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.
Three years of experience as a Pharmacist preferred.
Must have good communication skills, both written and verbal.
Requires current state license to practice pharmacy.
Shift: Day Shift Full-Time
Industry: Hospital, Healthcare