Pharmacist - Per Diem
Fort Worth, Texas
At Lifepoint Behavioral Health, we specialize in compassionate behavioral health services, including crisis stabilization for acute mental health and substance use disorders. Our philosophy is built on a psychosocial model of care and follows the core principles of resilience, recovery and restoration. Our teams are committed to providing superior patient care that exceeds industry standards as well as patient expectations.
Success within a company doesn’t just happen. It requires committed teams of talented people who understand and embrace an organization’s goals and work together at the highest level to achieve them. Join our team of interdisciplinary doctors, nurses, therapists and other experts today!
We are seeking a passionate, creative and goal-oriented Pharmacist to join the team on a Per-Diem basis at WellBridge Healthcare Fort Worth and have an immediate impact on expanding on our success, growing our services and fulfilling our mission of improving the lives of all we touch.
As a Pharmacist you will:
Work in collaboration with the Director of Pharmacy and according to standard procedure compounds and dispenses medications and pharmaceutical supplies up receiving written prescriptions from the physician.
Participates on Performance Improvement plans within the hospital.
Consults with and advises Administration, Medical Staff and hospital staff on quality, regulatory and risk issues within the organization.
Supports and serves as consultant to all clinical and Medical Staff. Assists the Director in coordinating and implementing the activities of the Pharmacy.
Interprets medication orders, compounds and dispenses medication and other pharmaceutical preparations in accordance with the legal, ethical and professional standards of pharmacy practice.
Supervises the technical support staff.
Assists with clinical, quality management and education programs.
Provides support for all departments with respect to the care of all patients aged 18 through the geriatric population ages 65 and older.
As a Pharmacist you will have:
Graduate of an accredited School of Pharmacy with Pharmacist degree.
Current state license in good standing.
Minimum of three (3) months of experience in pharmacy.
Working knowledge of OSHA, JCAHO, HCFA and state guidelines.
Experience in facilitating teams.
Experience in writing policies and procedures.
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