Pharmacist - Pharmacy - PRN Varialbe Shifts

The primary responsibility of
the staff pharmacist is to ensure the accurate, age appropriate and timely
preparation of all medication orders. The pharmacist is responsible for the
supervision of pharmacy technicians, interns and students. The pharmacist
facilitates the day to day operations of the pharmacy and performs other duties
as assigned. The pharmacist will perform specific clinical functions in
accordance with written policies and procedures. The pharmacist will provide
drug information/education to patients, medical and hospital staff, as
required. This position reports to the
Director of Pharmacy. Education:
of an accredited College of Pharmacy, Advanced Degree in Pharmacy (PharmD or
MS) preferred
one year experience in a hospital pharmacy
Current Licensure as Registered Pharmacist in
South Carolina or eligible for licensure

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