Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
12/4/2019
Job Category:
Pharmacy
Pharmacy Intern
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Job Description

Job Summary:

Under the direction and supervision of a Licensed Pharmacist, and in accordance with established SMSC Pharmacy procedures, assist in the preparation and distribution of medications. Provides medication related information to SMSC patients and providers as requested.

Job Duties:

* Under the supervision of a Licensed Pharmacist, assist in preparing and dispensing medications to patients. This includes retrieving, counting, pouring, weighing, measuring, sometimes mixing the medication, and labeling containers.
* Counsel patients on properly using their medications under supervision of licensed pharmacist.
* Receive and verify medical prescriptions for completeness and accuracy from patients and doctors' offices.
* Respond to all patient calls and requests as well as calls from vendors and doctor's offices. Research clinical information and provide to patients and medical providers when necessary.
* Checks incoming inventory, stocks shelves, and monitors products to ensure they are ordered and on hand in a timely manner.
* Understands and complies with all state and federal rules and regulations concerning the dispensing of medications.
* Gather and maintain confidential patient information to ensure accurate records for medical reasons and billing purposes.
* Verify insurance information and assist in the billing process as well as processing patient payments.
* Complies with HIPAA rules and maintains all patient information confidentially and securely.
* Must be a student currently registered at an approved college or university in the second year of the Pharm D Program and satisfactorily progressing toward completion of the academic requirements for the Pharm D degree.
* Must be registered as a Pharmacy Intern and in good standing with the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy.
* Good computer skills to include MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as other business related software as needed.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Must hold and maintain Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification. If not CPR certified upon hire, must obtain certification within 90 days of employment.

About Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux (Dakota) Community is a federally recognized Indian tribe formally organized under federal reservation status in 1969. Tribal members are direct lineal descendants of Mdewakanton Dakota people who resided in villages near the banks of the lower Minnesota River. Chief Sakpe, [Shock-pay], which means the number six, spoke for a village that was located near what is today the town of Shakopee, which was named after him. The SMSC presently owns more than 2,800 acres of land, all of which are located within or near the original 250-acre reservation established for the Tribe in the 1880s. Tribal lands are located in Prior Lake and Shakopee, Minnesota. As a sovereign government, the Community provides a multitude of services to its members, including health and dental care, social services, a full range of educational offerings, land administration, and public works services. The SMSC utilizes its financial resources from gaming and non-gaming enterprises to pay for the infrastructure of the Tribe. The SMSC builds and maintains roads; constructs and maintains water, wastewater, and sewer services; offers educational programs for youth; plows snowy streets; maintains environmental safeguards; monitors wildlife and wetland conditions; and evaluates alternative energy sources. The SMSC opened a fire department, Mdewakanton Emergency Services, in 2002, which each month responds to an average of 200 calls and transports 60 patients. The SMSC has established intergovernmental agreements with the City of Prior Lake and Scott County for a number of projects. The SMSC also voluntarily pays fees for services to local governments for police protection and other services. The Community also financially supports a number of charitable causes both locally and nationally; from 1997 through 2006 the SMSC donated more than $75 million to organizations, schools, and Indian Tribes. The positive economic impact for Scott County, Minnesota, where the Reservation is located, is more than $189.7 million annually.