Fills prescription items, as permitted by the State Board of Pharmacy, packaging medications for dispensing and for delivery,
meeting the accuracy and productivity standards of the pharmacy.
¨ Labels products appropriately, including cautionary or auxiliary labels.
¨ Participates in the periodic inventory of the pharmacy.
¨ May check in drugs and supplies, stock shelves and remove out-of-date items from the inventory.
¨ Prepares medications including emulsions, liquids, powders and ointments, which may include non-sterile compounding.
¨ Communicates with internal and external customers in a pleasant and professional manner.
¨ May process returned medications from the facility for credit or destruction.
¨ Assists in the training of new employees.
¨ Also performs at least one of the following:
Works predominantly in the Controlled Drugs (Narcotics) Room.
- Works predominantly with the MT'S (or other brand) automated machine to prepacked drugs.
Manages inventory functions such as monitoring pharmaceutical levels and identify expired medications,
managing to the pharmacy standard for Days on Hand.
Inputs patient data and medication orders into a computer system to produce labels (data entry).
Mixes/packages IV medications, sanitizes IV room, equipment and hood.
Services facility-based medication dispensing machines (e.g., Rx Now).
¨ Performs other tasks as assigned.
¨ Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company's Code of Business Conduct and
Ethics, its policies and procedures, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable
¨ To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements
listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Each essential function is required, although
reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.