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Staff Pharmacist

Medical Recruitment Strategies

Williston, ND 58801

Some of the primary responsibilities include:

  • Providing excellent customer service to customers by building loyalty and repeat business.
  • Leads team by modeling, coaching, and maintaining high standards in patient service.
  • Structures and organizes workflow and systems for efficient prescription filling, patient counseling, and providing clinical services.
  • Develops and follows up on long term care (LTC) business through immediate communication and attention to the needs of the nursing homes, group homes and assisted living residences.
  • Identifies Long Term Care and Specialty business and communicates opportunities with Marketers.
  • Dispenses medications, related supplies, and provides all clinical pharmacy services.


  • The physical demands described here are representable of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential job functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • This position may include long periods of standing. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is also frequently required: to talk and hear, use hands and fingers, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls, and to reach with hands and arms.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Applicants must have, or be able to obtain, the following:

  • A pharmacy license, or the ability to receive a pharmacy license without any federal sanctions.
  • A PharmD or MTM Certification (must provide a copy of the course completion certificate from an approved ACPE program).
  • Current Immunization Certification
  • Current CPR Certification
  • NPI Number


Amberwell Atchison

Atchison, KS 66002

Pharmacist is responsible for assuring that internal and external customer needs are met in an accurate, timely and compliant manner; that patients, nurses and providers are kept up to date regarding pharmaceutical care; and that staff are hired, trained and managed in order to meet the needs of the department and organization.

BASIC FUNCTION: Plan, organize, direct and provide pharmacy services and the controlled dispensing of medications in accordance with established policies to provide optimal pharmaceutical care for all customers. IND456


Education: Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Doctorate degree in Pharmacy from an accredited school of pharmacy.

Experience: Previous experience preferred

Certificates, License, Registrations:

Licensed by the State of Kansas as a registered pharmacist.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Generalist broad-based pharmacy knowledge. Ability to multi-task. Ability to obtain drug information quickly and to provide education to staff and patients. Attention to detail. Supervision of technician staff required. Advanced computer technology skills including Word and Excel required. Ability to troubleshoot computer and automated dispensing machine problems. Interpersonal skills a necessity with physicians, nurses, patients and other employees of the hospital. Maintain compliance with HIPAA and patient confidentiality.

Physical: Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds occasionally, and/or 10 pounds of force frequently, or negligible constantly. Walking or standing to a significant degree, or sitting constantly and pushing/pulling controls.


Supervision Received: CEO, Director of Pharmacy

Supervision Exercised: Certified Pharmacy Technician

Other: Patients, families, visitors, other hospital personnel, medical staff, other medical facility personnel, community program personnel, mortuary personnel, EMS personnel, members of the general public.


  • Receive and dispense prescription medications by compounding, packaging and labeling.
  • Provide pharmacy services to patients of all ages. Review and interpret orders for proper indications, correct dosages, therapeutic incompatibilities, possible drug interactions, and required storage and stability.
  • Assesses new and ongoing drug therapy for appropriateness, safety, and production of optimal outcomes for each individual patient and effectively communicate with physicians and other healthcare practitioners.
  • Implement approved therapeutic substitutions; recommend dosage adjustments including renal and hepatic modifications and appropriate therapeutic alternatives, and monitor patient outcomes.
  • Provide consultation and drug information on prescription and non-prescription medications to patients, staff and providers.
  • Compound medications for external and internal use. Prepare sterile solutions following proper procedures.
  • Supervise pharmacy technicians by organizing and directing their work flow, and by verifying their preparations, charges and inspections.
  • Manage patient records and pharmacy files appropriately. Maintain controlled substance records.
  • Maintain appropriate and in-date inventory of pharmaceutical supplies in the pharmacy department as well as other areas in the hospital and clinic where they are stored.
  • Participate in clinical programs (medication monitoring, patient education/teaching, monitoring therapeutic response, etc.). Enhance self- knowledge of drug therapy and therapeutics by actively participating in staff development programs and other education programs such as antibiotic stewardship.
  • Support the mission and values of Amberwell Hiawatha and the Pharmacy Department.
  • Other duties as needed or assigned.

Clinical Pharmacist- REMOTE

Prime Therapeutics


Our work matters. We help people get the medicine they need to feel better and live well. We do not lose sight of that. It fuels our passion and drives every decision we make.


Performs prospective and/or retrospective drug utilization review and appeals per State and Federal regulations. Participates in the distribution of clinical drug information and educates providers and staff regarding the use of pharmaceutical treatment regimens. Complies with all corporate and facility standard operating procedures, policies, guidelines, and work instructions.

Job Description

  • Provides prior-authorization services for formulary drugs, develops programs to provide optimal pharmacy care to patients, participates in drug utilization review programs, reviews assessment and documentation of patient care, and retrospective reviews of provider reimbursement. Makes recommendations to physicians and other prescribers on medication regimens as per plan guidelines. Assists providers to ensure accurate dispensing and billing of products.
  • Collaborates with other clinical personnel in assessing treatment guidelines. May participate in formulary development and management. Supports the national Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Validates the clinical availability of multi-source products for provider utilization.
  • Adheres to organizational policies and procedures. Ensures compliance with Federal and State laws and standards of practice which govern the profession of pharmacy. Maintains pharmacy records in accordance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Maintains clinical skills and knowledge of pharmacotherapy by reviewing the literature, continuing education and any company provided in-services. Completes all mandatory company provided on-line courses. Attends and completes all employee development courses.
  • Participates in mandatory on-call rotation when required by business needs.
  • Makes outbound or takes inbound telephone calls to assist in various aspects of patient care and/or product distribution to/from practitioners, members, and pharmacies. These calls include, but are not limited to, comprehensive medication reviews, targeted medication reviews, call to practitioners about product awareness, and prior authorizations.