To contribute to a pharmacy team as a pharmacist who serves the needs of a diverse patient population, while gradually increasing my clinical role over time.
2001- 2002 Staff Pharmacist, Company Name
Clinically monitored patients and provided clinical support to physicians Supervised education programs for entire pharmacy staff, including 11 pharmacy technicians and 5 staff pharmacists Processed prescriptions for inpatient pharmacy
2000-2001 Staff Pharmacist, Company Name
Processed prescriptions rapidly in a community pharmacy averaging 320 prescriptions daily
Counseled public on prescription and non-prescription medications
1998-2000 Staff Pharmacist, Company Name
Managed order entry and prescription verification
Provided clinical support to physicians and patients
Dispensed prescriptions for both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies
Supervised staff education of 8 pharmacy technicians and 2 pharmacists
1994-1998 Staff Pharmacist and Assistant Pharmacy Manager, Company Name
Promoted to assistant pharmacy manager after 1¢ years
Supervised staff, situational projects, and staff education
Responsible for order entry and prescription verification for 3 dispensing systems
Managed control substances inventory
1994 Doctor of Pharmacy, with clinical emphasis on antibiotics. Company Name, City, State.
1988 – 1990 Pre-pharmacy studies My University
MyState Pharmacist License No. 001-9876543 valid till March 2003
Smith, Jane. Antibiotic-impregnated cement use in US hospital restrooms. Am Hosp Pharm 2099; 55:0000-55.
Smith, Jane and Doe, John. Oral Antibiotic Usage in Hospitalized Patients. Hosp Antibiotics Today 1999; 55:555-5, 555-5, 555.