Job ID: 290126151  |  Last Updated: 12/28/2022


Central Florida Health Care, Inc.
Lakeland, FL
Applicant Contact
Joe VanDyke
HR Generalist
(863) 291-5112 ext. 2513
(863) 291-5119
Accepts J-1 Visas

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY: This position assumes responsibility for pharmacy function when on duty in accordance with applicable regulatory statutes and accreditation standards. Duties include: interpretation of prescription orders, packaging, labeling, dispensing, administering and distribution of drugs and devices, while providing patient education and counseling as needed.

Education: Graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy
Certification/Licensure: Florida Pharmacist License
Computer literacy
Understanding of use of pharmacy equipment
Current valid BLSC certification

RESPONSIBILITIES AND PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS include, but are not limited to, the following:
Be familiar with CFHCs program philosophies, goals, and objectives. Be cognizant of and comply with all CFHCs policies and procedures, as well as state and federal regulations.
Understand the requirements of CFHCs Exposure Control Plan. Assure compliance with this plan by support staff assigned to assist you.
Adheres to CFHC quality policies and participates actively in quality improvement process activities.
Follows safety and OSHA requirements.
Monitor drug therapy in conformance with OBRA Act.
Participate in drug review and drug product selection.
Maintain proper and safe drug storage and maintain accurate inventory and sales records.
Advise physicians as needed on formulary changes.
Treat patients, staff, and visitors with courtesy, sensitivity, and respect
Maintain patient confidentiality per HIPPA guidelines.
Report as needed to Pharmacy Director any pertinent information or situations that impact on patient care or CFHC liability.
Attend and participate in mandatory CFHC meetings (Center Specific quarterly meetings, Corporate meetings, and other meetings as designated by the CCO or CEO).
Make recommendations to the Pharmacy Director regarding the purchase of pharmacy supplies, instruments, and equipment, and repair and/or maintenance of these.
Enhances professional growth and development by attending inservice meetings and continuing education programs.
Maintain neat and professional appearance at all times.
Carry out any other activities deemed appropriate by the Pharmacy director, CCO or CEO.

Requires 80% or more time spent standing/walking.
Independently mobile.
Working under tight deadlines.
Ability to lift weight equivalent to that required when repositioning equipment and lifting supplies.
Ability to adapt and function in varying environments of workload, worksites and work shifts.

American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Statement: External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job specific functions (listed within each job responsibility) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by the organization on a case by case basis.

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