This Resume Has Not Been Formatted
Large-Scale Pharmacy Operations | Medical Terminology | Prescription Filing / Processing / Dispensing | Data Management
Medication Therapy Management | Drug Utilization Review | Medical / Regulatory Compliance | Quality Assurance
Inventory Control | Medication Ordering | Medical Ethics | Patient Relations | Drug Inventory Management
- Integral Leader who maintains up-to-date knowledge of wide-ranging pharmacy operations, including expertly interpreting patient prescriptions, providing patient counseling, adjusting drug dosages, and managing inventories.
- Top Performer who offers strong experience in leading technicians and pharmacy clerk teams, including supporting quality practices by teaching and mentoring staff in best practices to achieve continued care excellence.
- Proactive Communicator who seamlessly liaises between healthcare teams, third-parties / insurers, and patients.
Doctor of Pharmacy (2002) Howard University
Associate of Arts (1995) Anne Arundel Community College
Pharmacist (2002 2005 ￨ 2009 Present)
Capitalize on the opportunity to support pharmacy operations, including complying with pharmacy laws while exhibiting skill with brand name and generic medications and performing wholesaler and warehouse recordkeeping.
Lead targeted patient counseling within a fast-paced pharmacy environment, including further cost-effectively managing and monitoring the facility s inventory to meet key needs in ordering all medications.
Showcase talent in supervising top-performing technicians and pharmacy clerks in verifying key prescriptions.
Pharmacy Technician (2000 2002)
Played a vital role in assisting pharmacists with prescription order entry and setting prescriptions up for pharmacist to check, along with additionally providing key patient counseling and stocking pharmacy shelves.
Drove efficient pharmacy operations by preparing high-volume medications, including handling all counting, pouring, compounding, mixing, and labeling of prescriptions, as well as performing all data entry using Conexxus.
Objectively counseled patients at the consultation window, and proactively assisted patients at the drop off window.
Cost-effectively ordered department-wide medications, and returned medications not picked up after a 7-day period.
Utilized broad scope of industry knowledge toward objectively counseling patients while assisting patients in drive thru, in / out windows, and consultation window and taking prescriptions phoned in by patient physicians.
Contributed proficiencies in supervising technicians and pharmacy clerks, including verifying all patient prescriptions.
Expertly handled supplies ordering, restocked shelves daily, and filed and / or deleted prescriptions as necessary.
Demonstrated experience in supporting pharmacist with accurate prescription order entry and customer service.
Karl Gumpper, RPh., BCNSP
Supported multi-disciplinary rounds of a teaching hospital, including attending grand rounds weekly for pediatric case discussions and delivering recommendations to maximize patient outcomes, as well as preparing cases using library references and presenting two cases to inpatient pharmacy on patients discussed within rounds.
Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy ￨ Page Two ￨ (xxx-xxx-xxxx
Tilford Brockett, RPh. Director
Optimized healthcare initiatives by reviewing aseptic techniques and GMPs, as well as reading SOPs and training manuals and completing instruction on use of flame photometer for testing sodium and potassium levels in pediatric TPNs and use of digital refractometer for testing of dextrose in pediatric TPNs and stability guidelines.
Prepared TPNs, hydration bags, and heparin dialysate bags using HyperFormer, and set up HyperFormer for TPNs.
Proactively participated within a CAPS operation in Philadelphia, PA to successfully view an expanded facility.
Soon Y. Park, Pharm.D. Associate Professor, Howard University College of Pharmacy (2002)
Participated in multi- disciplinary rounds within the Surgical Intensive Care Unit of a teaching hospital, including delivering weekly presentations to medical students / residents on topics related to disease states in the SICU.
Personally followed one patient in SICU and provided an extensive case presentation on the patient s progress.
Used medication profiles of each SICU patient on a daily basis in order to achieve a positive patient outcome.
Jerome Pittman, Pharm.D. Associate Professor, Howard University College of Pharmacy (2001)
Exhibited skill in participating in multi-disciplinary rounds of a teaching hospital, including presenting reviews of journal articles to fellow students on rotations within the hospital during weekly journal club meetings, as well as presenting patient cases to fellow students on rotations within the hospital during weekly pharmacy rounds.
Actively attended weekly infectious disease conferences held by the infectious disease specialists at the hospital.
Almaz Zewde, Pharm.D. Clinical Pharmacist, Department of Psychiatry (2001)
Led support of multi-disciplinary rounds of the psychiatric ward via ongoing participation, and further reviewed comprehensive patient charts to determine potential adverse drug events and make key care recommendations.
Applied solid communications talents toward presenting in-service to psychiatry staff related to case discussions.
Amy Wilson Lead Clinical Pharmacist
Contributed proficiencies in accurately reviewing patient charts to determine appropriate pharmacological therapy, along with monitoring blood glucose, PT / INR, and cholesterol levels and ordering labs as appropriate.
Participated in an anticoagulation clinic by counseling patients on proper medication use and key side effects.
Directed the delivery of a comprehensive presentation at an in-service to staff on the CDC s Anthrax guidelines.
Lansana Kamara, RPh., MPH Clinical Pharmacist
Expertly calculated ingredients and prepared total parenteral nutrition and other intravenous medications using appropriate aseptic techniques, and further stocked medication carts per the required needs of each hospital floor.
Reviewed patient charts for drug interactions, adjusted dosing, and made recommendations when appropriate.
Emmanuel Njoku, RPh. Pharmacist
Proactively supported pharmacist with prescription order entry, including transcribing prescriptions phoned in by physicians, performing calculations and preparing compound prescriptions, and counseling retail patients.
Agents Used in Anticoagulation Therapy, 2002 ￨ Total Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 2001
Major Depressive Disorder, 2001 ￨ Type II Diabetes Mellitus, 2001
Center for Disease Control 2001 Anthrax Guidelines, 2001
Islet Transplantation in Patients with Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus Using Pluripotent Stem Cells, 2001
Mentor: Kenneth Scott, Ph.D., Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Howard University College of Pharmacy
Member, American Pharmaceutical Association ￨ Member, American Society of Health System Pharmacists
Remember: Hire Us To Write YOUR New Resume
And We GUARANTEE That If You’re Not Working In 60 Days Or Less,
We’ll Revise Your Resume, Refund Your Money,
AND Give You $50 EXTRA!