Pharmacy

Cookeville Regional Medical Center

Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator Apply
FT
8a-4:30p, M-F
Description:

This position is responsible for pharmaceutical care of patients including all age groups (infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics).  Practitioner will monitor pharmaceutical care parameters (disease states, dosages, pharmacokinetics, appropriateness of therapy, nutritional status, etc.) and make recommendations to the medical staff accordingly. Also responsible for coordinating Pharmacy Quality Improvement activities (MUEs, PI studies, chart reviews, etc.) and teaching pharmacology and community medication education classes (including the ability to assess staff pharmacist’s clinical abilities).

 

  1. EDUCATION: Pharm. D. degree ; completion of a PGY1 pharmacy residency or equivalent required.  Board certification in Pharmacotherapy preferred. Must be licensed by State of Tennessee. 

 

  1. EXPERIENCE:  Threeyears experience as direct patient care pharmacist in health-system setting required.

 

  1. SKILLS:  Employee must have thorough knowledge of pharmacotherapy concepts, disease states, laboratory data interpretation, etc., in order to resolve drug therapy related problems. Practitioner must have the ability to interpret medical literature accurately and without bias. Ability to use this knowledge and judgment to make decisions concerning patients’ drug therapy. Possession of high ethical and moral standards related to the practice of pharmacy is essential.
Certified Pharmacy Technician Apply
PRN
Varied
Description:

This position is responsible, under the direct supervision of the pharmacist(s) on duty, for pharmaceutical care of patients including all age groups (infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics).  This position is also responsible for coordinating Pharmacy Quality Improvement activities as assigned by the Director of Pharmacy or the Pharmacy Manager. The individual in this position is to be alert to innovative ideas that will improve pharmacy services and activities and to share same with the department director/manager.  This position uses knowledge and judgment to make decisions concerning the proper filling of drug orders subject to final approval by the pharmacist(s) on duty.  

EDUCATION:  High school education or equivalent.  Successful completion of certified technician training program with successful completion of PTCB exam or certification by Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.

EXPERIENCE:  Pharmacy experience (hospital preferred) or completion of technician training program clinical internships preferred

SKILLS: 

·   Knowledge of pharmacy processes and medications
·   Time management skills
·   Adaptability
·   Attention to detail
·   Dependability and self-motivation
·   Critical thinking: Ability to analyze information / solve problems
·   Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
·   Team player attitude / ability to work well with others
·   Work well under pressure
·    Function independently and dependently
·   Basic computer skills
·    Able to stand for long periods of time and work flexible hours