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Pharmacy Tech I Certified at St. Elizabeth HealthCare

Pharmacy Tech I Certified

St. Elizabeth HealthCare Edgewood, KY Full-Time
Job Description

Provide excellent customer service through interactions with doctors, nurses and patients who contact the pharmacy. Answers queries or directs the call to the appropriate person for resolution. Processes Epic messages in a timely and accurate manner. Consistently adheres to and exhibits ICARE and AIDET principles.

Assists the pharmacists in the dispensing of medications in a timely and accurate manner filling medication bins, filling labels, restocking Pyxis med stations and ancillary departments.

Ensures timely receipt and delivery of all patient medication related information and products by making rounds as designated or necessary. Properly distributes medications, including controlled substances, time sensitive and life-saving medications, and processes ADT (Admissions, Discharges and Transfers). Assists in assuring medications on nursing units are compliant with regulatory guidelines.

Participate in the Process Improvement Program and comply with all policies and procedures related to Infection Control and Safety to improve the quality of patient care and outcomes.

Certifies that all expiration dates for medications refilled/loaded in Pyxis med stations have been checked and stock rotated to ensure shortest date is used first. Assist with cycle counts in inventory management system on a monthly basis. Processes returns correctly while checking expiration dates before returning items to stock.

Begin sterile compounding training, including medial fill and fingertip testing. Utilize aseptic technique under supervision of a certified pharmacy technician II or higher to compound medications for direct infusion in patients.

Prepare oral syringe medications for critically ill infants in the NICU where applicable.

Meets departmental goals for inventory management through appropriate use of inventory management system.

Enhances career development through attendance and participation in departmental meetings, educational in services and communication tools.


Education, Credentials, Licenses:

* High School graduate
* Registered with State Board where Practicing
* Nationally Certified (PTCB or NHA) or active Intern license

Specialized Knowledge:

* Typing / Computer Keyboarding

Recommended Skills

  • Asepsis
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician
  • Customer Service
  • Health Care
  • Infection Control
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