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The registered pharmacist is responsible for overseeing the preparation and dispensing of medication, medication order computer entry, monitoring of patient medication therapy and provision of medication information for patients, providers, nurses and other allied health professionals. The pharmacist identifies, recommends, resolves, and prevents medication-related problems through interventions with providers. Pharmacists supervise and direct pharmacy support personnel to ensure the timeliness of medication availability.
Clinical Pharmacist I
Clinical Pharmacist II
Licensed Pharmacist in the State of Maryland or eligible.
PGY-1, or 3 years of direct patient care experience in a hospital setting
Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree; Registered Pharmacist in Maryland; Professional membership recommended: AphA, ASHP, MSHP, ASCP, etc.; Standard pharmacy equipment; Medication packaging equipment; IV laminar flow hood; Basic computer skills