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Prepares prescriptions for dispensing by the pharmacist and fills stock replacements.
Technicians promptly and accurately deliver medications to hospital units/clinics and ensure medication charges are processed.
When requested, medication orders are accurately and promptly entered and charged in the patient profile and MAR.
Technicians assist pharmacists in compounding and dispensing medicines of a special nature that are not readily available from the manufacturers under the supervision of the Pharmacist.
Technicians assist pharmacists in the aseptic preparation of ophthalmic compounds, injectable steroids, antibiotics, and other medications.
IV solutions are aseptically prepared and labeled in a prompt manner.
Prescriptions are accurately and efficiently processed for discharge, outpatient clinics and employee patients.
Prescriptions are promptly read and appropriate information is entered into the computer system to generate accurate prescription labels, profiles, and charges.
Prescription records, patient profiles, completed prescription medications, and stock medications are promptly and accurately delivered and filed.
Distributes and monitors medications in Floor Stock.
Accurately and efficiently delivers floor stock and individual patient medications and IV's to and from patient care units/clinics.
Ensures that Pharmacy requisitions are accurately filled and appropriate stock maintained.
Departments, clinics, inpatient units and patients are accurately charged and credited for medications used.
Assists pharmacists in the receipt, checking, pricing, stocking and rotation of all orders from wholesalers and manufacturers and in the organization of outdated or overstocked medications for return to destruction/credit.
Under direction of pharmacist, removes unneeded or outdated drugs from stock and prepares for return or disposal.
Performs general clerical duties for the department.
Maintains a neat, clean dust free, orderly well-stocked and appropriately rotated work area.
May serve as a team lead or subject matter expert to other employees.
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Patient safety is a top priority. As a result, during the Influenza ("the flu") season (September through April), the University of Miami School of Medicine requires all employees who provide ongoing services to patients, work in a location (all Hospitals and clinics) where patient care is provided, or work in patient care or clinical care areas, to have an annual influenza vaccination. Failure to meet this requirement will result in rescinding or termination of employment.
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