Travel Pharmacist - Nome, Alaska
RPh on the Go is currently seeking a pharmacist to pursue a travel opportunity in Nome, Alaska. This position is a temporary to permanent, contracted assignment with a start date as soon as the candidate is ready. Accommodation is included as part of the hospital's offering, and transportation to the site is seamlessly integrated into the contract. For the ideal candidate, there's the potential for a permanent position, accompanied by an attractive signing bonus and relocation assistance. If you are looking for a neat travel assignment, we encourage you to apply today.
- Order verification
- sterile compounding and verification
- Clinic inspections
- Work at different pharmacies throughout hospital
- Work is conducted in a standard clinical environment to include exposure to latex, biohazard or other harmful substances.
- Share responsibility for all clinical pharmacy services provided by the pharmacy, to include, but not limited to,
- Acute Care Pharmacy: order verification; monitor drug therapies and patient labs, sterile product compounding and oversight, provide drug information to nurses and physicians, counsel patients on their discharge medications, renal dose adjustments based on protocol
- Primary Care Pharmacy: provide drug information to nurses and physicians in the primary care center, proactive chart reviews, pharmacist refill authorization per protocol, anticoagulation services, adult and pediatric vaccinations
- Quyanna Care Center (Long Term Care): chart reviews, medication consultations, prescription preparations and medisets.
- Outpatient Pharmacy: prescription entry, fill and verification; patient counseling; adult and pediatric vaccinations
- Village Health Services: prescription entry, Pickpoint optimization and expiration, village clinic inspections, community health aide support.
- Share an equal responsibility for drug therapy outcomes by working closely with physicians on medication selection and usage
- Participate in the formulary review process, monitor drug usage and cost effectiveness, and adhere to current practice standards
- Share preceptor responsibility for pharmacy students, provide staff education, and serve on P&T and other committees when appropriate
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Active pharmacist license in any state
- 2 years working as a pharmacist or intern preferably in a hospital setting
- Moderate travel required
Please submit an updated resume to [email protected] or apply today for immediate consideration. We look forward to hearing from you.
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