task-oriented pharmacist and leader within medical settings. manager and builder of successful teams with demonstrated expertise in product knowledge, policy compliance, operations, and supervision.
management / teambuilding / department supervision / patient relations / medical settings
pharmaceutical knowledge / retail environment
pharmacy manager//float, 03/2003 c present
med-fast pharmacy, bethel park, pa
• direct the success of subordinate staff by demonstrating leadership and teambuilding expertise.
• review prescriptions to assure accuracy, ascertain the needed ingredients, and evaluate suitability
• plan, implement, and maintain procedures for mixing, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals, according to policy and legal requirements, to ensure quality, security, and proper disposal.
• advise customers on the selection of medication brands, equipment, and health-care supplies.
• provide specialized services to help patients manage conditions such as diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation, or high blood pressure.
pharmacy director, 05/2000 c 03/2003
brownsville hospital-brownsville, pa
• headed up the pharmacy department and adhered to established standards of personnel management, professional knowledge, and operations.
• collaborate with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review, and evaluate the quality and effectiveness of drugs and drug regimens, providing advice on drug applications and characteristics.
• provided information and advice regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and proper storage.
• assessed the identity, strength, and purity of medications.
• maintained records, such as pharmacy files, patient profiles, charge system files, inventories, control records for radioactive nuclei, and registries of poisons, narcotics, and controlled drugs.
• compounded and dispensed medications as prescribed by doctors and dentists, by calculating, weighing, measuring, and mixing ingredients, or oversaw these activities.
jefferson hospital-pittsburgh, pa
• prepared solid and liquid dosage medications for dispensing into bottles and unit dose packaging.
• accepted prescriptions for filling, gathering, and processing necessary information.
• unpacked, sorted, counted, and labeled incoming merchandise, including items requiring special handling or refrigeration.
• received, stored, and inventoried pharmaceutical supplies, notifying pharmacist when levels are low.
university of pittsburgh, oakland, pa ~ bachelor of sciences in pharmacy ~ gpa: 3.5
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