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PHARMACIST (PER DIEM) Quail Run Behavioral Health Hospital - (11558)

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Deltek Talent Management - PHARMACIST (PER DIEM) Quail Run Behavioral Health Hospital - (11558)

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PHARMACIST (PER DIEM) Quail Run Behavioral Health Hospital - (11558)

Facility Name
Quail Run Behavioral Health
PHOENIX, AZ 85050 US (Primary)
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Job Description

The Pharmacist is responsible for assisting the Director of Pharmacy in the complete and efficient operation of the pharmacy within all legal and accreditation/certification requirements and applicable facility policies, procedures, codes and standards.  This includes managing administrative, pharmaceutical, and professional functions relating to pharmaceutical care provided at the facility.


 1.     Demonstrate compliance with all Joint Commission, OSHA regulations, and state and federal laws and regulatory requirements.

 2.     Maintain state and federal required records and licenses in order to maintain adequate accountability and control.

 3.     Monitor the adherence to pharmacy and facility policies and procedures.


Operational Functions


 1.     Dispense medications, chemicals and pharmaceutical preparations, safely, accurately and according to state and federal regulations.

 2.     Demonstrate appropriate judgment in communicating with physicians/licensed practitioners, nurses and other facility staff.

 3.     Perform monthly inspections of the drug storage areas and complete appropriate records for file.

 4.     Review all patient medical records and document pertinent information in a timely manner.

 5.     Monitor patient charts for drug interaction, adverse drug reactions, and all other aspects of appropriate drug therapy.

 6.     Effectively monitor the formulary to enhance the effectiveness of treatment, and achieve cost controls.

 7.     Appropriately fill and label all drug containers issued to service departments.

 8.     Appropriately charge patient records for pharmaceuticals used.

 9.     Dispense all narcotic drugs and maintain appropriate inventories.

10.    Implement pharmacy department safety and infection control policies and procedures.

11.    Follow all facility fire, safety and disaster policies and procedures.

12.    Ensure proper distribution, procurement, and clinical services functions within the pharmacy.

13.    Inspect all pharmaceutical supplies and services provided by the pharmacy.

14.    Maintain appropriate antidotes and other emergency drugs.

15.    Provide counseling and consultation concerning medication to patients, families and facility staff, including providing educational materials, outpatient services, and samples as required.

16.    Maintain confidentiality of all patient records.

17.    Implement decisions of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.

18.    Provide appropriate pharmacologic and pharmacokinetics in treatment planning.

19.    Consult (verbally or in writing) when requested or when appropriate.


Job Requirements

Education:  Graduate from an accredited School of Pharmacy is required.

Experience:  A minimum of three (3) years hospital pharmaceutical experience is recommended; must possess the experience to oversee the provision of medication regimens for the patient populations treated in the facility, including knowledge of dosage for age-specific populations.

Licensure:  Currently licensed as a Pharmacist in the applicable state. Must have a valid driver's license.

Additional Requirements: A working knowledge of Joint Commission Standards, OSHA regulations,  and state and federal laws and regulatory requirements.

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