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11/16/2019
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Pharmacist (Staff Pharmacist)
white county medical center | Searcy, Arkansas
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Advanced Degree Required

Education: Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy with a five year Baccalaureate degree or a six year Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. Maintains a current license and continuing education credits required in the state of Arkansas. A graduate intern must be properly registered with the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy. Training and Experience: Previous hospital experience as an intern or pharmacist preferred. Understanding of overall pharmacy operations. Requires initiative, good character and the ability to assume responsibilities. Job Knowledge: Understanding the functions required to provide pharmaceuticals to inpatient and outpatient use. Delivers appropriate care to patients from neonatal through geriatrics with regards to age specific considerations (see attached sheet). Stays current by various methods, which may include professional journals, inservices and professional meetings. Utilizes drug information to improve the quality of care for our patients. Responsible for implementing all pharmacy policies and procedures throughout the hospital. Assumes responsibilities of the department in the absence of the Director. Supervises the technicians in daily functions allowed by the State Board of Pharmacy. Provides drug information to physicians and other hospital personnel. Compounds and dispenses medications needed for inpatient, employee and outpatient services. Prepares and properly labels intravenous solutions. Reviews physicians orders for drug interactions and any possible dosage errors. Assists in the purchase of supplies. Prepares and maintains records and performs related work as required.

About white county medical center

White County Medical Center is committed to the continuous improvement of quality patient care; the provision of care at reasonable prices; and the maintenance of an adequate margin for reinvestment in new technology, facility improvements, human resources, and a leadership role for positive change in the healthcare environment.

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