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Job Summary: Performs a range of self-directed support activities that contribute to the overall efficiency of the perioperative area(s). Work involves inventorying, disassembling, cleaning, reassembling, and maintaining operating room equipment. Assisting in maintaining a clean, sanitary, orderly OR environment, and transporting patients as required. An incumbent is required to understand and apply Standard Precaution guidelines and other safety/security standards to all work activities.    Essential Duties Assists with the flow of surgical instrumentation between processing and surgery; reads OR schedule, anticipates needs and sets-up OR with required supplies and equipment, for respective case(s). Assists in maintaining a clean, sanitary and orderly OR environment. Assists with patients, to include transporting and assisting with lifting, turning, positioning and preparing patients for surgical procedures. Uses standard precautions and appropriate personal protective equipment when transporting patients and when working in the OR.  
Job ID
2021-177509
Department
Surgical
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Promote a strong belief in the mission of Catholic Health Initiatives, demonstrating behavior consistent with our Core Values; Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. - Provides personal training guidance to all requesting members of the Wellness Center, utilizing plans and schedules - Assist in organizing specials and reoccurring projects, functions, and meetings as assigned. - Perform value-added activities, which result in positive financial performance and customer satisfaction. - Responsible for overseeing the workout area for safety and guidance of members. - Assist with providing orientation to members, personal fitness evaluations, consultations, and personal training sessions.
Job ID
2020-123186
Department
Community Health Education
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-CORNING
Pharmacy Technicians assist pharmacists in providing medication and pharmaceutical services to patients, nurses, providers and other facility personnel.  Certified Pharmacy Technicians work within the scope of practice as defined by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy only under the supervision of a registered pharmacist.   Performs the technical tasks involved with the proper storage, distribution, packaging and labelling of medications.  Follows proper procedures for the operation of equipment and use of supplies.  Maintains and coordinates systems to ensure pharmacy operations run efficiently on a day-to-day basis.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Assists pharmacists in providing pharmaceutical care including but not limited to the preparation, filling and distribution of medications including outpatient hospice prescriptions, screening phone call/orders and alerting pharmacists to patient specific data - Pre-packaging and labeling of tablets, capsules and liquids into unit of use preparations - Works with an automated dispensing system including stocking of controlled and non-controlled substances while maintaining adequate levels of stock - Prepares IV admixtures under the supervision of a pharmacist including but not limited to TPN/PPN, IV piggybacks, IV syringes and other infusions while following guidelines of USP 797. Aids in maintaining inventory of IV products, stocking of products, cleaning of equipment and labeling of product. - Delivers medications to respective units and performs audits/inspections of medication storage areas, including crash carts. - Maintains adequate stock of medications and supplies. - Maintains certification and competency required in accordance with all regulatory and local requirements.  Non-essential Job Responsibilities - Other duties as assigned by management
Job ID
2020-124734
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Francis Health
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
MN-BRECKENRIDGE
- Deliver pharmaceutical care to patients. - Promote professionalism and continually strive to raise the level of professional practice. - Interpret physicians' orders as they relate to the patient's drug therapy. - Prepare, compound, and dispense medications. - Enter medication orders onto the pharmacy computer system and complete other documents related to the dispensing and control of medications. - Evaluate the appropriateness of medication orders based on clinical data available in the medical record (including computerized information) and provide recommendations to physicians when appropriate. - Monitor the patient's medication profile for allergies, contraindications, duplications of therapy, drug interactions, and potential adverse drug reactions. - Contact physicians and nurses to clarify orders or recommend changes in therapy as appropriate. - Respond to drug information questions. - Provide medication teaching to patients and families on discharge when requested. - Monitor adherence to dosing guidelines and target drug protocols and intervene as necessary. - Provide pharmacokinetic dosing. - Monitor intravenous nutritional supplements for patients. - After certification and when consulted, manage intravenous nutritional supplements for patients in area of responsibility. - Maintain patient care plans. - Participate in pharmacy quality management activities. - Document therapeutic and cost saving interventions on the pharmacy PC. - Oversee and assume responsibility of technician activities. - Oversee and interpret audits performed by technicians. - Assume responsibility for unit inspections in assigned areas. - Participate in experiential education of pharmacy students. - Check medication orders, including sterile products, filled by pharmacy technicians. - Ensure adequate inventory of pharmaceuticals and other supplies. - Maintain adequate records of disbursements of controlled substances. - Understand and comply with all state and federal pharmacy laws and regulations. - Complete required hospital education annually. - Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings or rounds in area of responsibility.
Job ID
2021-180605
Department
Outpatient Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-ANKENY
- Deliver pharmaceutical care to patients. - Promote professionalism and continually strive to raise the level of professional practice. - Interpret physicians' orders as they relate to the patient's drug therapy. - Evaluate the appropriateness and accuracy of medication orders and provide recommendations to physicians when appropriate. - Monitor the patient's medication profile for allergies, contraindications, duplications of therapy, drug interactions, and potential adverse drug reactions. - Contact physicians and nurses to clarify orders or recommend changes in therapy as appropriate. - Answer drug information questions. - Provide medication counseling to patients and families with each new ambulatory prescription and on refilled prescriptions as necessary - Monitor adherence to dosing guidelines and target drug protocols and intervene as necessary. - Maintain patient care plans and/or ambulatory patient profiles. - Participate in pharmacy quality management activities. - Oversee and assume responsibility of technician activities. - Oversee, assist in and interpret audits performed by technicians. - Assume responsibility for unit inspections in assigned areas. - Participate in experiential education of pharmacy students. - Enter medication orders onto the pharmacy computer system and complete other documents related to the dispensing and control of medications. - Prepare, compound, and dispense medications.
Job ID
2021-175141
Department
Outpatient Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
We can’t begin to describe how much we appreciate our Pharmacists. Not only are they responsible for making sure our patients receive their prescribed medication, but they also have to work with those patients and their families on how and when to take them correctly. They sometimes have to get creative. They work for our patients, from reconciling medications from different healthcare professionals to talking to patients about medication discounts and coupons. Did we also mention they know how to run a pharmacy? From inventory to finances, they have it covered. If you are a gifted Pharmacist who is ready to make a true difference, let’s talk.    What you’ll do: - Compounds and dispenses medications. Interprets medication orders and/or prescriptions for drug interactions, appropriate drug selection and appropriateness. Accurately enters the order or prescription into computer system, labels, and dispenses medications in a timely manner. - Demonstrates ability to document clinical activities and interventions such as consults, patient teachings and other patient specific information as defined by policy and procedure. - Verifies and checks medications prepared by other pharmacy personnel. - Communicates drug information to patients and health professionals. Resolves drug related problems by consulting with other health care professional to achieve appropriate patient outcomes. Unclear orders written by a physician are clarified with a physician. Assists the physician in appropriate drug selection and therapeutic regimens. - Achieves and maintains an adequate basic knowledge base to provide clinical services for all age groups served. Provides basic clinical services as required by policy and procedure. - Maintains a working knowledge of automated systems - Responsible for technician activities and performance. Provides direction and guidance as needed.  - Participates in the orientation, instruction and training of pharmacy students and interns, pharmacy technicians, residents, pharmacists and other health professionals. - Performs duties in documented accordance with requirements of all regulatory and governing bodies. Mandatory education from a system and department level is completed. - Patient counseling and drug information and documentation of such.
Job ID
2021-183854
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Lakeside
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Job Summary: Provides effective, efficient and accurate pharmaceutical care to patients to ensure positive drug therapy outcomes. Work is performed in accordance with protocols, internal guidelines/standards and regulatory requirements. An incumbent coordinates and s   upervises the compounding and dispensing of drugs according to medication orders issued by authorized medical care providers and is responsible for the timely processing of medication orders and the distribution of me   dications and IV admixtures to patients in a safe and timely manner. Incumbents are also accountable for keeping professional skills current; developing and maintaining professional contacts with appropriate community resources; participating in continuous performance improvement, assisting in the orientation of new staff and supervision of student and volunteers and consistently making efforts to achieve extraordinary results.   Essential Duties: - Applies the principles of pharmaceutical care to ensure optimum medication-related patient outcomes. - Coordinates the distribution of medications to patients in their area(s) of responsibility. - Provides education for patients, pharmacy staff, residents, externs, interns, students, technician students, and other healthcare workers at FHS in a positive, constructive and motivating manner. - Participates, proactively, in medication safety and quality improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-183662
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Clare Hospital
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-LAKEWOOD
We can’t begin to describe how much we appreciate our Pharmacists. Not only are they responsible for making sure our patients receive their prescribed medication, but they also have to work with those patients and their families on how and when to take them correctly. They sometimes have to get creative. They work for our patients, from reconciling medications from different healthcare professionals to talking to patients about medication discounts and coupons. Did we also mention they know how to run a pharmacy? From inventory to finances, they have it covered. If you are a gifted Pharmacist who is ready to make a true difference, let’s talk.    What you’ll do: - Compounds and dispenses medications. Interprets medication orders and/or prescriptions for drug interactions, appropriate drug selection and appropriateness. Accurately enters the order or prescription into computer system, labels, and dispenses medications in a timely manner. - Demonstrates ability to document clinical activities and interventions such as consults, patient teachings and other patient specific information as defined by policy and procedure. - Verifies and checks medications prepared by other pharmacy personnel. - Communicates drug information to patients and health professionals. Resolves drug related problems by consulting with other health care professional to achieve appropriate patient outcomes. Unclear orders written by a physician are clarified with a physician. Assists the physician in appropriate drug selection and therapeutic regimens. - Achieves and maintains an adequate basic knowledge base to provide clinical services for all age groups served. Provides basic clinical services as required by policy and procedure. - Maintains a working knowledge of automated systems - Responsible for technician activities and performance. Provides direction and guidance as needed.  - Participates in the orientation, instruction and training of pharmacy students and interns, pharmacy technicians, residents, pharmacists and other health professionals. - Performs duties in documented accordance with requirements of all regulatory and governing bodies. Mandatory education from a system and department level is completed. - Patient counseling and drug information and documentation of such.
Job ID
2021-182417
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-Omaha
  JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE Provide accurate, safe, and prompt medications and IV service as needed for adequate patient care according to professional standards and practices. Serves as a resource person and a clinical liasion to physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other hospital personnel. Provides pharmaceutical care services according to professional standards and practices. Provide care to patients of all ages. Provide patient care/services based on identified needs/developmental level for all patient populations. Care/services may include assessment of individual patient need, incorporation of age specific characteristics in patient education, communication, and planning; provision of individualized care relevant to patient needs; and recognition, monitoring, and provision of interventions as appropriate. Facilitates public relations between pharmacy, nursing, and medical staff. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Documents activities consistent with Hospital/Department/Unit Guidelines. 2. Exhibits mastery of clinical initiatives, pharmacokinetics, anti-coagulation, and nutrition. Exhibits competency in clinical microbiology and therapeutic areas consistent with practice. 3. Actively monitors drug therapy and provides pharmacist clinical interventions according to assignment and as identified by patient needs. 4. Provides therapeutic drug monitoring consults, provides drug information consults and provides patient consultation/education as identified and as requested. 5. Participates in clinical rounds and interdisciplinary patient care activities as directed by Pharmacy Manager/Director. 6. Actively prevents inappropriate medication use and inappropriate medication therapy. Intervenes to assure appropriate care to assigned patients. 7. Monitors high risk patient populations for appropriate medication use and assures Core Measures are met on appropriate patients. 8. Demonstrates competency in maintaining computerized medication profiles and processing medication lists for cart filling and IV admixtures. 9. Maintains the operation of the unit dose area, IV room, and satellite pharmacy effectively. Competent dispensing medications according to procedures and laws. 10. Supervises technical personnel when staffing. Provides appropriate feedback to technical personnel and discusses with Pharmacy Manager/Director when necessary. 11. Evaluates appropriateness of medication orders for patients of all ages, diseases, and conditions. Responds to inappropriate orders appropriately. 12. Reviews new medications for formulary consideration. Meet with representatives of pharmaceutical companies as requested. 13. Participates in medication error avoidance programs and routinely reports medication errors and adverse events 14. Other duties as assigned.                
Job ID
2021-181071
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Job Summary: Provides effective, efficient and accurate pharmaceutical care to patients to ensure positive drug therapy outcomes. Work is performed in accordance with protocols, internal guidelines/standards and regulatory requirements.   An incumbent coordinates and supervises the compounding and dispensing of drugs according to medication orders issued by authorized medical care providers and is responsible for the timely processing of medication orders and the distribution of medications and IV admixtures to patients in a safe and timely manner.   Incumbents are also accountable for keeping professional skills current; developing and maintaining professional contacts with appropriate community resources; participating in continuous performance improvement, assisting in the orientation of new staff and supervision of student and volunteers and consistently making efforts to achieve extraordinary results.   Essential Duties: - Applies the principles of pharmaceutical care to ensure optimum medication-related patient outcomes. - Coordinates the distribution of medications to patients in their area(s) of responsibility. - Provides education for patients, pharmacy staff, residents, externs, interns, students, technician students, and other healthcare workers at FHS in a positive, constructive and motivating manner. - Participates, proactively, in medication safety and quality improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-180033
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Job Summary: Provides effective, efficient and accurate pharmaceutical care to patients to ensure positive drug therapy outcomes. Work is performed in accordance with protocols, internal guidelines/standards and regulatory requirements.   An incumbent coordinates and supervises the compounding and dispensing of drugs according to medication orders issued by authorized medical care providers and is responsible for the timely processing of medication orders and the distribution of medications and IV admixtures to patients in a safe and timely manner.   Incumbents are also accountable for keeping professional skills current; developing and maintaining professional contacts with appropriate community resources; participating in continuous performance improvement, assisting in the orientation of new staff and supervision of student and volunteers and consistently making efforts to achieve extraordinary results.   Essential Duties: - Applies the principles of pharmaceutical care to ensure optimum medication-related patient outcomes. - Coordinates the distribution of medications to patients in their area(s) of responsibility. - Provides education for patients, pharmacy staff, residents, externs, interns, students, technician students, and other healthcare workers at FHS in a positive, constructive and motivating manner. - Participates, proactively, in medication safety and quality improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-179765
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Job Summary: Provides effective, efficient and accurate pharmaceutical care to patients to ensure positive drug therapy outcomes. Work is performed in accordance with protocols, internal guidelines/standards and regulatory requirements.   An incumbent coordinates and supervises the compounding and dispensing of drugs according to medication orders issued by authorized medical care providers and is responsible for the timely processing of medication orders and the distribution of medications and IV admixtures to patients in a safe and timely manner.   Incumbents are also accountable for keeping professional skills current; developing and maintaining professional contacts with appropriate community resources; participating in continuous performance improvement, assisting in the orientation of new staff and supervision of student and volunteers and consistently making efforts to achieve extraordinary results.   Essential Duties: - Applies the principles of pharmaceutical care to ensure optimum medication-related patient outcomes. - Coordinates the distribution of medications to patients in their area(s) of responsibility. - Provides education for patients, pharmacy staff, residents, externs, interns, students, technician students, and other healthcare workers at FHS in a positive, constructive and motivating manner. - Participates, proactively, in medication safety and quality improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-179764
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
We can’t begin to describe how much we appreciate our Pharmacists. Not only are they responsible for making sure our patients receive their prescribed medication, but they also have to work with those patients and their families on how and when to take them correctly. They sometimes have to get creative. They work for our patients, from reconciling medications from different healthcare professionals to talking to patients about medication discounts and coupons. Did we also mention they know how to run a pharmacy? From inventory to finances, they have it covered. If you are a gifted Pharmacist who is ready to make a true difference, let’s talk.    What you’ll do: - Compounds and dispenses medications. Interprets medication orders and/or prescriptions for drug interactions, appropriate drug selection and appropriateness. Accurately enters the order or prescription into computer system, labels, and dispenses medications in a timely manner. - Demonstrates ability to document clinical activities and interventions such as consults, patient teachings and other patient specific information as defined by policy and procedure. - Verifies and checks medications prepared by other pharmacy personnel. - Communicates drug information to patients and health professionals. Resolves drug related problems by consulting with other health care professional to achieve appropriate patient outcomes. Unclear orders written by a physician are clarified with a physician. Assists the physician in appropriate drug selection and therapeutic regimens. - Achieves and maintains an adequate basic knowledge base to provide clinical services for all age groups served. Provides basic clinical services as required by policy and procedure. - Maintains a working knowledge of automated systems - Responsible for technician activities and performance. Provides direction and guidance as needed.  - Participates in the orientation, instruction and training of pharmacy students and interns, pharmacy technicians, residents, pharmacists and other health professionals. - Performs duties in documented accordance with requirements of all regulatory and governing bodies. Mandatory education from a system and department level is completed. - Patient counseling and drug information and documentation of such.
Job ID
2021-179375
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Immanuel
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-OMAHA
- Deliver pharmaceutical care to patients. - Promote professionalism and continually strive to raise the level of professional practice. - Interpret physicians' orders as they relate to the patient's drug therapy. - Prepare, compound, and dispense medications. - Enter medication orders onto the pharmacy computer system and complete other documents related to the dispensing and control of medications. - Evaluate the appropriateness of medication orders based on clinical data available in the medical record (including computerized information) and provide recommendations to physicians when appropriate. - Monitor the patient's medication profile for allergies, contraindications, duplications of therapy, drug interactions, and potential adverse drug reactions. - Contact physicians and nurses to clarify orders or recommend changes in therapy as appropriate. - Respond to drug information questions. - Provide medication teaching to patients and families on discharge when requested. - Monitor adherence to dosing guidelines and target drug protocols and intervene as necessary. - Provide pharmacokinetic dosing. - Monitor intravenous nutritional supplements for patients. - After certification and when consulted, manage intravenous nutritional supplements for patients in area of responsibility. - Maintain patient care plans. - Participate in pharmacy quality management activities. - Document therapeutic and cost saving interventions on the pharmacy PC. - Oversee and assume responsibility of technician activities. - Oversee and interpret audits performed by technicians. - Assume responsibility for unit inspections in assigned areas. - Participate in experiential education of pharmacy students. - Check medication orders, including sterile products, filled by pharmacy technicians. - Ensure adequate inventory of pharmaceuticals and other supplies. - Maintain adequate records of disbursements of controlled substances. - Understand and comply with all state and federal pharmacy laws and regulations. - Complete required hospital education annually. - Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings or rounds in area of responsibility
Job ID
2021-179136
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
The person serving in the position of Pharmacist works under the supervision/direction of the Director of Pharmacy.  The Pharmacist assists with the administration and coordination of all pharmacy activities: fills, compounds, labels, and dispenses physician orders for drugs and pharmaceutical.  The Pharmacist serves as a consultant to various CHI St. Gabriel’s Health facilities and assumes responsibility for dispensing and profiling all orders.  The Pharmacist serves in a multidisciplinary capacity providing general services to a wide variety of populations including pediatric, medical, surgical, orthopedic, geriatric, post-partum and nursery areas.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Coordination of Pharmacy functions for Medications Reconciliation, Renal dosing, Kinetics, IV production including TPN’s, Chemotherapy, Medication verification, Compounding, Automatic Dispensing Cabinets, Patient education and Dispensing of medications. If working as Pharmacist Lead in Retail Pharmacy functions would include, Retail prescriptions, Hospice consulting, and oversight of the day to day activities. The following elements are essential to accomplish these functions. - Communication; Conveys information accurately and efficiently, listens actively and incorporates ideas of others, adapts written and oral style to the audience to enhance understanding. Conveys written information and intent in direct, succinct, easy-to-understand fashion; uses good grammar and accurate, appropriate vocabulary; adjusts style and content to audience and circumstance.  Speaks in an easy-to-understand, easily-heard direct manner that reflects clear, organized and reasoned thought, uses language appropriate to audience and situation. - Problem Solving; Analyzes interrelated elements of problems and works systematically to solve them, uses sound judgment to develop efficient and feasible resolutions to challenging issues. - Time Management; Prioritizes work responsibilities to focus daily activities and maximize use of unscheduled time, efficiently and productively juggles multiple tasks. - Decision Making; Gathers the necessary information and makes timely and good decisions by calling on varied resources and sound judgment and instincts to evaluate the relative merit and significance of the information at hand, prioritizes to maintain balance between addressing important issues and handling urgent problems. - Teamwork; Acts as a valuable, collaborative team member by demonstrating willingness to assume a variety of roles within a group – leader, follower, facilitator; seeks opportunities to build team effectiveness by developing cooperative relationships, exchanging ideas and preventing and resolving problems. - Accountability; Accepting ownership of one’s words or actions and the result. - Customer Service; Committed to satisfying customers and exceeding their expectations, anticipates potential problems and creates contingency plans, builds and fosters trust and credibility with customers, follows through on commitments and strives for quick resolution of customer issues.  Actively participates in performance improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-176442
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Gabriel's Health
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
MN-LITTLE FALLS
- Provides expert information to physicians, patients, nurses, and others about drugs and other pharmaceuticals with respect to such factors as the appropriateness of drugs in relation to the patient's condition and drug history; the choice of drugs including dosage form, quantity, methods of administration, and alternative therapy for drugs having undesirable side effects; the pharmacological characteristics of drugs including their effects on the human system and the condition being treated and their chemical interaction with other substances in the patient's system; and their physical characteristics such as compatibility with other drugs, forms in which they are or can be manufactured, and expected shelf life. - Conducts or participates in the orientation and training of pharmacy students, pharmacy technician trainees, and other professional or technical staff in pharmaceutical principles, practices, operations, and standards. - Screens prescriptions and medication orders for completeness, proper authorization, dosage and quantity, therapeutic compatibility, drug interactions and allergies, and clarifies possible problems with appropriate medical staff. - Selects, compounds, and dispenses drugs and other pharmaceutical products ordered by physicians, dentists, and other licensed medical practitioners, including the calculation and preparation of solutions for oral, external, intramuscular, and intravenous administration. - Supervises or performs the preparation of drug labels and the affixing of labels to the proper containers; ensures the inclusion of appropriate directions for the timing, methods, and precautions to be observed in taking the medication; personally instructs patients in the use of medications when indicated. - Takes drug histories and participates as drug consultant with the medical staff in the selection of drug therapy for individual patients, including choice of medications, dosage, strength, frequency and method of administration when appropriate. - Other duties as assigned by management
Job ID
2021-171964
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Anthony Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-PENDLETON
We can’t begin to describe how much we appreciate our Pharmacists. Not only are they responsible for making sure our patients receive their prescribed medication, but they also have to work with those patients and their families on how and when to take them correctly.   What you’ll do: - Compounds and dispenses medications. Interprets medication orders and/or prescriptions for drug interactions, appropriate drug selection and appropriateness. Accurately enters the order or prescription into computer system, labels, and dispenses medications in a timely manner. - Demonstrates ability to document clinical activities and interventions such as consults, patient teachings and other patient specific information as defined by policy and procedure. - Verifies and checks medications prepared by other pharmacy personnel. - Communicates drug information to patients and health professionals. Resolves drug related problems by consulting with other health care professional to achieve appropriate patient outcomes. Unclear orders written by a physician are clarified with a physician. Assists the physician in appropriate drug selection and therapeutic regimens. - Achieves and maintains an adequate basic knowledge base to provide clinical services for all age groups served. Provides basic clinical services as required by policy and procedure. - Maintains a working knowledge of automated systems - Responsible for technician activities and performance. Provides direction and guidance as needed.  - Participates in the orientation, instruction and training of pharmacy students and interns, pharmacy technicians, residents, pharmacists and other health professionals. - Performs duties in documented accordance with requirements of all regulatory and governing bodies. Mandatory education from a system and department level is completed. - Patient counseling and drug information and documentation of such.
Job ID
2021-161536
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Reg Med Ctr
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-LINCOLN
The Pharmacist ensures the safe and effective use of medications by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services in the health system.    - Monitors inpatient and outpatient drug therapies - Works with medical staff to find alternatives when needed - Evaluates patient care plans, medication therapy and resolves medication related problems and issues, including categorization of patient specific therapies to optimize pharmaceutical care
Job ID
2021-152775
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Brazosport
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
As a part of our organization, we currently offer the following benefits:   - Competitive starting wages (DOE) and training to grow within the company - Paid Time Off (PTO) - Sign on Bonus for experienced ICU RN External Candidates - Health/Dental/Vision Insurance - Flexible health spending accounts (FSA) - Matching 401(k) and 457(b) Retirement Programs - Tuition Assistance for c2021-151035areer growth and development - Care@Work premium account for additional support with children, pets, dependent adults, and household needs - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for you and your family - Voluntary Protection: Group Accident, Critical Illness, and Identify Theft - Adoption Assistance - Wellness Program   Job Summary - Provides effective, efficient and accurate pharmaceutical care to patients to ensure positive drug therapy outcomes. - Work is performed in accordance with protocols, internal guidelines/standards and regulatory requirements. - An incumbent coordinates and supervises the compounding and dispensing of drugs according to medication orders issued by authorized medical care providers and is responsible for the timely processing of medication orders and the distribution of medications and IV admixtures to patients in a safe and timely manner. - Incumbents are also accountable for keeping professional skills current; developing and maintaining professional contacts with appropriate community resources; participating in continuous performance improvement, assisting in the orientation of new staff and supervision of student and volunteers and consistently making efforts to achieve extraordinary results.   Essential Duties - Applies the principles of pharmaceutical care to ensure optimum medication-related patient outcomes - Coordinates the distribution of medications to patients in their area(s) of responsibility. - Provides education for patients, pharmacy staff, residents, externs, interns, students, technician students, and other healthcare workers at FHS in a positive, constructive and motivating manner. - Participates, proactively, in medication safety and quality improvement initiatives. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient - Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. - Performs related duties as required.   Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-143519
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
Provide accurate, safe, and prompt medications and IV service as needed for adequate patient care according to professional standards and practices. Serves as a resource person and a clinical liasion to physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other hospital personnel. Provides pharmaceutical care services according to professional standards and practices. Provide care to patients of all ages. Provide patient care/services based on identified needs/developmental level for all patient populations. Care/services may include assessment of individual patient need, incorporation of age specific characteristics in patient education, communication, and planning; provision of individualized care relevant to patient needs; and recognition, monitoring, and provision of interventions as appropriate. Facilitates public relations between pharmacy, nursing, and medical staff.   ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Documents activities consistent with Hospital/Department/Unit Guidelines. 2. Exhibits mastery of clinical initiatives, pharmacokinetics, anti-coagulation, and nutrition. Exhibits competency in clinical microbiology and therapeutic areas consistent with practice. 3. Actively monitors drug therapy and provides pharmacist clinical interventions according to assignment and as identified by patient needs. 4. Provides therapeutic drug monitoring consults, provides drug information consults and provides patient consultation/education as identified and as requested. 5. Participates in clinical rounds and interdisciplinary patient care activities as directed by Pharmacy Manager/Director. 6. Actively prevents inappropriate medication use and inappropriate medication therapy. Intervenes to assure appropriate care to assigned patients. 7. Monitors high risk patient populations for appropriate medication use and assures Core Measures are met on appropriate patients. 8. Demonstrates competency in maintaining computerized medication profiles and processing medication lists for cart filling and IV admixtures. 9. Maintains the operation of the unit dose area, IV room, and satellite pharmacy effectively. Competent dispensing medications according to procedures and laws. 10. Supervises technical personnel when staffing. Provides appropriate feedback to technical personnel and discusses with Pharmacy Manager/Director when necessary. 11. Evaluates appropriateness of medication orders for patients of all ages, diseases, and conditions. Responds to inappropriate orders appropriately. 12. Reviews new medications for formulary consideration. Meet with representatives of pharmaceutical companies as requested. 13. Participates in medication error avoidance programs and routinely reports medication errors and adverse events 14. Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2021-177829
Department
Pharmacy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph London
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
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