LTC Pharmacist Resume

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Career Objective:

As I have empathy with people on medications for lifetime, I would like to work as a LTC Pharmacist with a long-term care pharmacy and provide them quality service utilizing my experience.

Summary of Skills:

  • Experience with preparing compound medications
  • Extraordinary skills in researching, verifying, and evaluating drug utilization
  • Ability to plan drug therapy and minimize drug interactions
  • Skilled in resolving doubts about prescribe medications with physicians
  • Knowledgeable to inform physicians about possible reactions and suggest changes
  • Skilled in documenting patient’s information and dispensed drugs
  • Ability to type label for new medications as required by state and federal laws
  • Montana pharmacist license

Work Experience:

LTC Pharmacist
Veterans’ Memorial Hospital, Helena, MT
September 2012 – Present

  • Interpret prescriptions ordered by physicians and prepare medications
  • Serve as a drug information resource to medical staff and patients
  • Compound and dispense medications as prescribed by doctors
  • Enter medication orders in computer and use it for future reference
  • Verify medications before delivering to the respective destinations
  • Research methods for enhancing drug therapies for residents
  • Ensure prescriptions are filled properly and completely

LTC Pharmacist
Queen’s Hospital, Helena, MT
May 2010 – August 2012

  • Checked the pharmaceutical feasibility and legality of dispensing drug based on patient’s medical history
  • Applied professional and ethical judgment to interpret and fill prescriptions
  • Contacted branch pharmacies for drugs and completing orders
  • Informed customers about availability and non-availability of drugs
  • Contributed in enhancing pharmaceutical management program
  • Evaluated new and old drugs and reduced total health care cost
  • Helped customers in renewing prescriptions without any hassles
  • Developed and implemented strategies reviewing pharmacy data and other reports

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy
    Downtown School of Pharmacy, Helena, MT
    2009

Reference:

On request.

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