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Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System PRN-Pharmacist in Spartanburg, South Carolina

Position Summary

Responsible for:

  • Customer satisfaction

  • Supervising and managing shift personnel and physical resources

  • Assuring accurate and timely dispensing of prescriptions to patients

  • Exemplifying pharmaceutical care ideals

  • Facilitating patient care through review and processing of the patient’s medication orders and the timely distribution of medications

  • Communicate with other healthcare personnel to optimize the medication management of a patient

    Minimum Requirements


  • BS in Pharmacy/ Pharm D


  • Prior experience as a Health System Pharmacist (practicing in both the distributive and clinical or decentralized duties) or completed an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency (or eligible).


  • Current license (or eligible) to practice pharmacy in S.C.

  • Pharmacy extern will work under the supervision of licensed pharmacist until license obtained

    Core Job Responsibilities

  • Follows attendance, dress, education (including continuing education) and safety policies

  • Complies with appropriate regulatory agencies’ requirements, e.g. DHEC, DEA, SC BOP etc.

  • Compounds, prepares, labels, and dispenses medications (sterile and non-sterile) for all age groups according to accepted standards of practice.

  • Completes quality assurance checks of all medications prior to dispensing to patient

  • Manages out of stock situations and ensures resources are utilized to best serve the patient

  • Interprets medication orders, monitors drug regimens, and performs interventions when order clarification is necessary or when therapeutic problems are identified.

  • Assists in the training and orientation of new employees; Precept IPPE and APPE Advanced Institutional students.

  • Participates in departmental and hospital activities such as departmental in-services, participation in hospital and/or departmental committees. Participates in departmental and hospital activities on performance improvement

  • Exercises professional judgment, discretion and initiates communication with physicians, nurses and other members of the health care team when there is a question of appropriateness or a recommendation for more appropriate therapy to ensure safe medication use and to minimize the risk of medication errors

  • Alerts and/or advises physician or health care provider(s) of drug-drug interaction and or food-drug interaction. Able to identify potential adverse drug reactions, document and intervene as needed

  • Completes documentation of medication error and near-misses, and handles appropriate communication with the patient and prescriber

  • Consistently directs staff and encourages teamwork to ensure department workload duties are correctly assigned throughout the staff on a day to day basis

  • Customer satisfaction

  • Other duties as assigned