Pharmacy Tech travel Pharmacy needed in Washington, District of Columbia
Company: Cynet Health
Posted on: January 16, 2022
Shifts: Variable (0630 to 1500, 1130 to 2000, 1430 to 2300
Under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist, the pharmacy
technician interprets physicians' medication orders using knowledge
of medication use in hospitals; packages medications in plastic
bags or other approved packaging; picks up medication orders and
returned medications and supplies from nursing units;
delivers/transfers medications to and from patient care areas and
automated dispensing devices; enters/accesses medication orders in
the order entry system; verifies and unpacks deliveries of drugs
and places them into inventory or storage; prepares sterile
intravenous and non-sterile compounded pharmaceutical products;
audits and maintains drug/supply inventory; adjusts patient charges
for pharmaceutical products; maintains patient records.
Pharmacy technicians do not perform duties that can legally be
performed only by a licensed pharmacist.
Hours may be irregular and include evenings, nights, weekends, and
holidays as necessary.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
High school diploma, certificate, or equivalent combination of work
experience and education.
Active National Pharmacy Technician Certification.
If required, registration with the District of Columbia Board of
DC Board of Pharmacy of Licensure
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