Pharmacy Intern - Daniel Drake Center - Pharmacy at Daniel Drake Ctr Post Acute Cr in Cincinnati, Ohio

Posted in General Business 7 days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

At UC Health, we're proud to have the best and brightest teams and clinicians collaborating toward our common purpose: to advance healing and reduce suffering.

As the region's adult academic health system, we strive for innovation and provide world-class care for not only our community, but patients from all over the world. Join our team and you'll be able to develop your skills, grow your career, build relationships with your peers and patients, and help us be a source of hope for our friends and neighbors.

UC Health is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of employment.

Primary Purpose: Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in preparing and distributing medications, maintaining the drug inventory, and maintaining patient records. Pharmacy technicians work only under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. They do not perform duties that can legally be performed by only a registered pharmacist.
Knowledge and Skills:

Education: High school diploma or GED, minimum required. Must be accepted to or enrolled in an accredited college of pharmacy, minimum required.

License and Certification: Current pharmacy technician certification that is recognized by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy is preferred but not required. If not already obtained, a pharmacy technician must obtain a certified technician certificate within one year of hire. All technicians must maintain certification throughout their employment with the UC Health Pharmacy Department.

Work Experience: One to two years equivalent experience, minimum required. Three to five years, preferred.

Required Skills and Knowledge: Ability to perform work accurately with attention to detail within specified time periods; work cooperatively with health-system and pharmacy staff; handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule; set priorities and solve problems; respond quickly to emergency requests; communicate effectively (orally and in writing), and assist in meeting the pharmaceutical care needs of the patient populations served by the organization.