Company Name:
Baptist Memorial Health Care
Learns practice assimilation and integration of the knowledge and skills acquired as a student. In this structured learning environment, a resident ensures appropriate, safe, effective and efficient use of medications in order to provide optimal patient outcomes. The resident will be routinely evaluated and given feedback in accordance with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Association accreditation requirements. Performs other duties as assigned.
Experience Description: None Experience Minimum Required: Clinical knowledge. Experience Preferred/Desired: Experience in hospital pharmacy. Education Description: See Licensure Education Minimum Required: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.). Education Desired/Preferred: None Training Description: None Training Minimum Required: None Training Desired/Preferred: None Special Skills Description: Computer literacy, interpersonal skills, general clinical awareness Special Skills Minimum Required: Advanced communication skills and computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications. High-level cognitive ability to interpret and assess written medication orders to ensure optimal medication use. Teaching skills and qualified to precept residents, students, interns and externs. Special Skills Desired/Preferred: Membership with state and/or national hospital pharmacy associations. Licensure Description: Current, active, unrestricted pharmacy licensure for appropriate state or eligibility for licensure. Must acquire licensure within 90 days of hire date. Licensure Minimum: PHARMACIST-FOR APPROPRIATE STATE Licensure Preferred: None
Date: 2014-05-30
Country: US
State: MS
Postal Code: 38655
Job Type: Regular Full-Time

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