Whether a patient is in the emergency room, undergoing a procedure, or recovering after an accident, pharmacy professionals are needed to help those patients on-site at the hospital. Hospital inpatient pharmacy professionals help those in need during a time of struggle and unfamiliarity in their life.
Hospital Inpatient Pharmacist Jobs
As a hospital inpatient pharmacist, you work in unison with members of the healthcare facility, such as nurses and doctors, to provide the best patient care. In this role, you can expect to complete a variety of duties including:
- Monitoring the supply of all medications
- Interpreting prescriptions
- Filling prescriptions that are only for a day or two
- Collaborating with other hospital professionals
- Order screening for drug interactions
Hospital Inpatient Pharmacy Technician Jobs
As a Hospital inpatient pharmacy tech, you will not be working directly with patients like you would as a retail pharmacy tech. Instead, you would be working with nurses, doctors and other hospital staff to help provide critical medicine to hospital patients. Some inpatient pharmacy technician job responsibilities may include:
- Quality assurance of medications and supplies
- Interacting with members of the hospital staff
- Managing stock levels
- Collaborating with the pharmacist
Inpatient Pharmacy Definition
Inpatient pharmacy refers to the pharmacy services provided in a licensed institution where patients can stay overnight, most commonly a hospital. Inpatient pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who work in a hospital are responsible for dispensing and storing medications within the hospital.
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Experienced Idaho Pharmacists Seeking Employment
Looking for available pharmacists throughout the state of Idaho with current hospital inpatient, home infusion or long-term care experience. Must also have some management experience. PIC/DOP experience is highly preferred. Opportunities around the country are becoming available for pharmacists with experience from these settings.
If you are currently looking for work, give me a call. PharmD is usually preferred. An active Idaho pharmacist license will be required. Need to be flexible for any shift and be willing to travel throughout the state of Idaho for assignment contracts.
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