1.Serves patients by preparing medications, giving pharmacological information to multidisciplinary health care team, and monitoring patient drug therapies.
2.Prepares medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders and detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.
3.Dispenses medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals.
4.Controls medications by monitoring drug therapies; advising interventions.
5.Completes pharmacy operational requirements by organizing and directing technicians’ workflow, verifying their preparation and labeling of pharmaceuticals, and verifying order entries, charges, and inspections.
6.Provides pharmacological information by answering questions and requests of health care professionals and counseling patients on drug therapies.
7.Develops hospital staff’s pharmacological knowledge by participating in clinical programs and training pharmacy staff, students, interns, externs, residents, and health care professionals.
8.Complies with state and federal drug laws as regulated by the state board of pharmacy, the drug enforcement administration, and the food and drug administration by monitoring nursing unit inspection.
9.Maintains records for controlled substances and removes outdated and damaged drugs from the pharmacy inventory.