Under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, this role is to assist in the various activities of the pharmacy department not requiring the professional judgment of the pharmacist. Function in strict accordance with standard, written procedures and guidelines; Triages medication requests and determines priorities, of processes orders and notifies the pharmacist as appropriate. Manufactures, packages, and labels drug products as needed.
Performs aseptic compounding of parenteral admixtures and other sterile dosage forms. This includes the practice of aseptic technique, proper procedures for preparing all types of parenteral admixtures (excluding chemotherapy or other specialty solutions), preparation of the label and any control records, the proper technique for visual inspection of parenteral solutions, and the documentation of quality control.
Performs various functions associated with an institutional drug distribution system. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of drug dispensing and compounding automation, the viewing of medication orders in the pharmacy computerized system, the preparation of medications for patients, the procedures that apply to record keeping and dispensing of controlled substances, non-formulary drugs, and the delivery and exchange of medications.
Participates in the training and/or orientation of new pharmacy employees. Interacts effectively with other members of the health care team on a regular basis. Maintains honest and attentiveness to the rights of patients. Maintains confidentiality of patient information. Performs other tasks as assigned.
Handles all medical requests and process orders for clients.
|Date Posted||October 2, 2018|
|Date Closes||December 1, 2018|
|Located In||Omaha, NE|
|Work At||NE Methodist Hospital|
|Hours||Rotating- one night a week and every other weekend hours per week|