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Pharmacy Technician II

Job Description To be fully engaged in providing Quality/No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship by\:
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 only by a registered pharmacist.
Primary AccountabilitiesFills physician orders, medication carts, or stock requisitions accurately.
Prepares intravenous admixtures or other sterile products accurately.
Replenishes medications in Pyxis units.
Delivers medication and supplies to patient care and ancillary areas per established delivery.
Rotates stock to ensure use before expiration date.
Restocks medication and IV dispensing areas.
Attends pharmacy staff meetings and reads pertinent email communication.
Participates in orientation, education, and training programs.
Reviews literature and other materials as assigned.
Completes all competence/skills assessment requirements.
Maintains patient and department/hospital confidentiality.
Maintains Technician Registration.
Identifies and replaces outdated and unusable drugs.
Generates reports, pick lists, and labels as required.
Maintains logs, records, and other required documentation accurately.
Files documentation in appropriate locations.
Collects data, conducts quality monitors, and completes documentation as assigned.
Pharmacy Technician will have responsibilities both in the pharmacy department and will perform Med Reconciliation in the Emergency Department and in the Patient Care Areas.
QualificationsHigh school diploma or GEDCurrent State of Florida Registration as Pharmacy Technician requiredNational pharmacy technician certification by the PTCB preferredIV admixture experience preferredComputer skills to support distribution systems requiredAvailability to work long and irregular hours; includes evenings, weekends, and holidays as necessary.


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