Pharmacy Technician Indianapolis, Indiana
Our 63,000 square foot facility has 60 beds and serves as a Midwestern regional provider for patients with complex physical and neurological injuries and has an advanced accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Adult Inpatient Care and for their Inpatient Brain Injury Specialty Program, Stroke Specialty Program and Amputee Program as well as Joint Commission disease-specific certifications in Stroke and Amputee Rehabilitation.
- Prepares patient drug orders
- Delivers medications to medication rooms, and nursing stations as appropriate
- Reviews patient MAR of potential admissions and plans medications to be delivered to medication machines
- Restocks usable medications/IVs returned to the pharmacy
- Files medication orders
- Assists the pharmacist with audits
- Completes assigned unit inspections
- Restocks automated medication dispensing machines
- Communicates stock utilization and ordering needs, and assists with ordering inventory and supplies
- Checks medication expiration dates and alerts pharmacist when needed
- Compounds and labels extemporaneous liquid and solid products for patients according to procedure
- Answers telephone and processes requests according to procedures
- Properly unit doses medications that do not come prepackaged
- Assists pharmacist, nursing staff, or other staff as appropriate
- Prepares sterile and non-sterile compounds per USP standards
- Other duties as assigned
- Adheres to dress code, appearance is neat and clean and wears appropriate identification while on duty
- Completes annual health, safety, and education requirements. Maintains professional growth and development
- Maintains confidentiality of all patient and/or employee information to assure patient and/or employee rights are protected
- Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the skills necessary to provide age appropriate care to the patient population served
- Reports to work on time as scheduled; adheres to policies regarding notification of absence
- Attends all mandatory in-services and staff meetings
- Represents the organization in a positive and professional manner
- Complies with all organizational policies regarding ethical business practices
- Communicates the mission, ethics, and goals of the hospital, as well as the focus statement of the department
- Maintains current licensure/certification for position, if applicable
- Consistently demonstrates Guest Relation’s skills to patients, physicians, visitors, employees, and any other individuals with whom they may come in contact
- Consistently follows departmental and hospital Health, Safety, Security, Hazardous Materials policies and procedures
- HIPAA: Conduct job responsibilities in accordance with HIPAA privacy laws, follow hospital policy in provision of patient confidentiality. Able to identify patient confidentiality issues and reports to proper hospital personnel immediately.
- Compliance: Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with standards set forth in Kindred’s Code of Conduct, Kindred policy and procedures, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable standards.
- High school diploma or GED
- Registered as a pharmacy technician with the State Board of Pharmacy as required by state regulations
- Pharmacy Technician Certification as required by state regulations
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