Riverside Tappahannock Hospital is currently seeking a labor pool (as needed) Pharmacist.
At Riverside Tappahannock Hospital, we strive every day to earn your trust with state-of-the-art medical care, compassionate professionals and concern for the community we serve. You'll find a wide variety of services available, ranging from traditional hospital care to intensive care to home care. Our affiliation with Riverside Health System, an extensive network of healthcare services, allows us to bring physician specialists and a level of technology not usually available in a hospital of our size. Our 67-bed facility cares primarily for citizens in the Tappahannock area, including Essex, Richmond and Westmoreland Counties and the northernmost parts of Lancaster, Northumberland, Middlesex and King and Queen Counties. As a non-profit hospital dedicated to serving the needs of the community, the hospital relies upon a volunteer Board of Directors to chart the future course of the hospital. For more information please visit www.riversideonline.com/rth.
Job Summary: Supervises and performs compounding (both sterile and non-sterile), packaging and dispensing of pharmaceuticals according to prescription, physician order or floor stock request. Monitors patient profiles to assure appropriate dosage and therapy. The Pharmacist provides current drug information as well as demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age group of the patients served. Possesses the skills and ability to assess data reflective of patient status and to interpret this information and identify the patients' needs in relation to age specific requirements, and to provide care as described in accordance with state and federal law and regulation, and facility policy and procedures. This role also performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Graduate of school of pharmacy. If a foreign graduate of pharmacy, has completed all requirements for equivalency as outlined by the National Association of Board of Pharmacy (NABP)
Licensure: Licensed or eligible by the State of Virginia as a pharmacist
Experience: Previous hospital pharmacy experience preferred. Must be able-read, comprehend and interpret data