Outpatient Pharmacist II - 8212

Location : Location US-AZ-Kingman
ID
2021-6497
Category
Pharmacy
Type
Full Time
Department
Acct8212

Overview

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Kingman Regional Medical Center is seeking an Outpatient Pharmacist II. 

We welcome you to explore your future with Kingman Regional Medical Center. 

 

About Kingman Regional Medical Center

Located in the high desert of Northwestern Arizona along Historic Route 66, Kingman is about 90 minutes south of Las Vegas and two hours north of Phoenix. Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is the largest healthcare provider and the only remaining non-profit hospital in Mohave County, Arizona.

 

As a 235-bed multi-campus healthcare system, our medical center has almost 2,000 employees, over 300 physicians/allied health professionals, and 150 volunteers.

 

Recognized as an innovator in rural healthcare, KRMC is Arizona’s first rural teaching hospital, a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, and provides a full continuum of highly technical and specialized medical services to meet the healthcare needs of our growing community.

 

Please view www.azkrmc.com/docs/Email-Recruitment-Brochure.pdf for more information about the hospital and community.

 

Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Paid Time Off
  • 403b with matching contributions
  • On-site Wellness Center with fitness classes, personal training, indoor pool, racquetball and basketball courts
  • On-site Learning/Child Care Center exclusive to the children of KRMC employees

 

 

Our Pharmacy department encompasses over 60 employees to serve our population’s health. These are exciting, busy times in our Pharmacy as we strive to provide a full suite of pharmacy care services from acute care and transitions into ambulatory, home and telehealth care areas. A solid infrastructure to support our pharmacy services is in place, with our current focus to optimize and integrate our services. These service focus areas include: Inpatient, Emergency Department pharmacist direct patient care, Care Transitions – medication reconciliation/meds to beds prior to hospital discharge, outpatient and specialty pharmacy drug distribution, 340B Program and financial integrity expansion, oncology clinical model expansion including oral chemotherapy and pharmacogenomics, PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program, Stewardship-Antimicrobial and Opioid, and expansion of our pharmacist collaborative practice model Disease Management Clinic. All our endeavors strive to provide the best possible pharmaceutical care to meet the needs of our community and organization.

Responsibilities

Comply with all state, local and federal regulations relating to drug dispensing, including appropriate handling of drug products, adherence to security procedures and completion of necessary documentation. This includes appropriate control and dispensing of controlled dangerous substances.

 

Interpret medication orders/prescriptions, both verbal and written, and enter into electronic patient medication profile accurately.

 

Prepare and dispense medications per orders/prescriptions written by licensed prescribers according to established policies and procedures.

 

Review medication prescriptions and clarify all potential prescription issues with prescriber.

 

Monitor patient drug therapy regimens for allergies, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, appropriateness of drug and dose, therapeutic duplications and potential adverse reactions.

 

Supervise and direct activities of ancillary personnel; pharmacy technicians, clerks, couriers, cashiers.

 

Provide drug information to patients and their families

Qualifications

Education: Graduate of college of pharmacy accredited by ACPE or equivalent with a minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy.

 

Licensure/Certification: Current license to practice pharmacy in State of Arizona*

 

Experience: Retail pharmacy experience of at least 5 years or ASHP accredited Community-Base Pharmacy Residency Program

 

 

 

 

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