Pharmacist Intern Per Diem
Location Address: 1000 Waterman Way Tavares, Florida 32778
Top Reasons To Work At AdventHealth Waterman
- Join an organization whose mission is "To Extend the Healing Ministry of Christ"
- Opportunities for career growth within an organization recognized locally and nationally as a healthcare leader
- State of the art growing hospital located on a beautiful lakeside campus only 45 minutes from Orlando
- No state income tax
- Onsite Child Care Center
Per Diem to cover Day and Evening shifts
You will be responsible for:
- Develops and maintains the skills necessary to be functional as a pharmacy technician. Maintains proficiency in operational programs, dispensing and compounding activities, hospital computer systems and medication systems, and established standard work parameters.
- Accurately responds to medication dispensing requests, prepares medications for pharmacist review/check, delivers checked medications to nursing units in a timely manner, and returns unused or expired medications to appropriate pharmacy areas.
- Follows correct procedure for filling, recording, and distributing pharmacy kits/carts/trays and interdepartmental product transfer requests.
- Works effectively with all members of the healthcare team to ensure the best outcome for the patient. Prioritizes activities to ensure the delivery of accurate, safe, timely, and appropriate medication availability based on patient needs. Uses effective negotiation skills to resolve conflicts. Assures continuity of pharmaceutical care between shifts and among staff.
- Assists pharmacists with patient care activities and regulatory compliance tasks including, but not limited to, sterile compounding, controlled substance handling, medication order review, clinical consult review, medication distribution and patient education.
- Supports medication-use process improvements and carries out special projects or assignments as directed.
- Facilitates medication safety practices and continuous quality improvement. Identifies, mitigates, and reports potential and actual medication errors. Handles, processes, and appropriately disposes of all waste materials, including all levels of hazardous waste,within the department. Appropriately uses Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Hazardous Medication Spill Kits in the event of a spill.
- Promotes cost-effective drug therapy and actively participates in stewardship and medication waste prevention programs.
- Participates in departmental meetings and departmental educational activities. Supports practice advancement initiatives, clinical projects and stewardship initiatives led by colleagues and peers.
What you will need:
- Active enrollment in a school or college of pharmacy.
- Prefer contemporary hospital pharmacy experience.
- Active FL Pharmacist Intern license.
Primary responsibility is the provision of medication distributive functions and pharmacy operational tasks, which includes but is not limited to assisting the pharmacist with all duties of preparing and dispensing of medications, inventory management, and regulatory compliance. Performs duties necessary for the effective daily operation of all department services and programs. Accurately responds to medication dispensing requests, prepares medications for pharmacist final review/check, delivers checked medications, and returns unused or expired medications to appropriate pharmacy areas. Advanced responsibilities include patient care interactions allowed according to State Pharmacy Intern licensure under the direct supervision of a pharmacist. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.
- Process Improvements (Business)
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Hazardous Materials
- Inventory Management
- Health Care