Careers

MedValt Pharmacy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The following 3 positions will be available in a near future. Please, feel free to email us your resume at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Position Title: Staff Pharmacist

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

The duty of the staff pharmacist is the overall supervision of the pharmacy when the Pharmacist-In-Charge is not present.  The staff pharmacist shall comply with all state and federal laws pertaining to the practice of pharmacy.  The duties of the staff pharmacist include, but are not limited to the following: Filling and refilling prescription medication; Consulting with patients and/or prescribers on new and/or changed prescription medications as well as providing pharmacist care; Supervising supportive personnel; and any other duties pertaining to the everyday operations of the pharmacy.

Major Responsibilities

Maintain highest level of customer relations.

Direct activities of pharmacy assistant, technician, or interns.

Keep abreast of new items, changing laws, regulations, and new pharmacy-related programs through participation in continuing education courses and reviewing pharmacy-related literature.

Communicate with pharmacist-in-charge on progress and policies of pharmacy department.

Carry out daily housekeeping, cleanliness and sanitation program as established within company guidelines.

Maintain a high level of professionalism, consistent with company standards, in dress, personal appearance and grooming.

Consult regularly with the pharmacist-in-charge for the purpose of providing quality patient care and maximizing pharmacy performance and controlling expenses for the pharmacy department as well as to insure consistency of policy between all pharmacy personnel.

Maintain patient confidentiality in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

As a pharmacist and employee, maintain good company loyalty, set a good example, and project a healthy positive attitude.

 

 

Position: Pharmacy Technician

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

The duties of the pharmacy technician include, but are not limited to the following when the pharmacist deems it necessary: The filling and refilling of prescription medication under the direct supervision of the pharmacist; The input of information into the computer of all prescription, and patient data; All duties allowed a pharmacy technician under current state pharmacy law; And, any other duties needed or requested by the pharmacist for the normal everyday operation of the pharmacy which are permitted a pharmacy technician under existing state law.

 

Major Responsibilities

The primary purpose of the technician (assistant) is to assist the pharmacist to expedite the processing of prescriptions.  The key to productivity is the ability of the technician (assistant) to initiate the necessary procedures to start the process of filling the prescription.  To carry out this ability, the technician (assistant) needs to be organized and should develop a system to expedite work flow.

Process all filing, accounting, and bookkeeping functions as deemed necessary by the pharmacist-in-charge.

Communicate with pharmacist-in-charge on progress and policies of pharmacy department.

Maintain patient confidentiality in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Carry out daily housekeeping, cleanliness and sanitation programs as established within company guidelines.

Maintain a high level of professionalism, consistent with company standards, in dress, personal appearance and grooming.

Consult regularly with the pharmacist-in charge and pharmacist for the purpose of expediting the processing of prescriptions.

As a pharmacy department employee, maintain good company loyalty, set a good example, and project a healthy positive attitude.

The pharmacy technician (assistant) will receive new prescriptions from the customers at the pharmacy for filling.  At the time of receiving the new prescription(s) from the customer, the pharmacy technician (assistant) will verify the name and address (if applicable) of the person the prescription is to be filled for, inquire if the patient has any allergies, intake insurance information, as well as legibility of the prescriber's name.

The pharmacy technician (assistant) will answer the telephone, direct calls to pharmacist, when appropriate, such as new prescriptions, questions about medications, judgmental decision, etc.

The pharmacy technician (assistant) will access prescription refill information from the pharmacy management system.

The pharmacy technician (assistant) will accommodate patients when they arrive to pick up their prescriptions.  This will entail retrieving the prescription from the will call or waiting areas as well as the necessary cash register transaction.  The technician (assistant) will be careful to bring to the attention of the pharmacist those prescriptions which are not refills so the pharmacist can provide necessary communication to the patient of instructions, side effects, and description of medication.  The technician (assistant) will handle the necessary cash register transaction for both new and refill prescriptions.

The pharmacy technician (assistant) will also be involved in the following functions that are not directly related to the actual filling of prescriptions:

a.    Completion and processing of third-party documents.

b.    Filling of prescription books or new prescriptions, and filing patient profiles.

c.    Fill bins with prescription vials.

d.    Process incoming orders to determine that items ordered were shipped and that items shipped are the same as items invoiced to the pharmacy.  Check incoming stock for appropriate "shelf life" remaining before expiration.  Price stickers will be affixed to the items ordered along with placing the item on stock shelves or in refrigerator when required.

e.    As often as deemed necessary by the pharmacist-in-charge, the pharmacy technician (assistant) will check stock for the purpose of removing outdated items. 

f.     Clean pharmacy shelves and work areas and maintain pharmacy premises in a satisfactory state of cleanliness.

g.    Other tasks as requested by the pharmacist-in charge or pharmacist.

 

Position Title: Pharmacy Clerk

 PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

The duties of personnel such as pharmacy clerks include, but are not limited to the following:  Working with patients to obtain necessary information as requested by the pharmacist such as the correct spelling of the patient's name, their address, and any drug allergies.  Filing prescriptions for patients who are not waiting in the pharmacy; ringing up sales; helping to maintain product inventory on store shelves, keeping work areas clean, and other duties as designated by a pharmacist or store manager.

 

Major Responsibilities

All functions or duties of the pharmacy clerk will be performed under the direct supervision of the pharmacist on duty.  The clerk will be working in close proximity with the pharmacist to insure adequate control or supervision.

Expedite the processing of prescriptions by performing all duties necessary and allowable, by policy or law, in the preparation necessary prior to the filling of the prescription by the pharmacist and in the distribution of the prescription to the patient, once all necessary dispensing duties are performed by the pharmacist.

Communicate with pharmacist on duty on progress and policies of pharmacy department.

Maintain patient confidentiality in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Maintain a high level of professionalism, consistent with company standards, in dress, personal appearance and grooming.

Consult regularly with the pharmacist on duty for the purpose of expediting the processing of prescriptions.

As a pharmacy department employee, maintain good company loyalty, set a good example, and project a healthy positive attitude.

The pharmacy clerk will receive new prescriptions from the customers at the pharmacy for filling.  At the time of receiving the new prescription(s) from the customer, the pharmacy clerk will verify the name and address (if applicable) of the person the prescription is to be filled for, as well as legibility of the prescriber's name.

The pharmacy clerk will answer the telephone, direct calls to the pharmacist(s), when appropriate, such as new prescriptions, questions about medications, judgmental decision, etc.

Where permitted by state law, the pharmacy clerk will access prescription refill information from the pharmacy management system.

The pharmacy clerk will accommodate patients when they arrive to pick up their prescriptions.  This will entail retrieving the prescription from the will call or waiting areas as well as the necessary cash register transaction.  The clerk will be careful to bring to the attention of the pharmacist those prescriptions which are not refills so the pharmacist can provide necessary communication to the patient of instructions, side effects, and description of medication.  The pharmacy clerk will handle the necessary cash register transaction for both new and refill prescriptions.

The pharmacy clerk will also be involved in the following functions as directed by the pharmacist or store manager that are not directly related to the actual filling of prescriptions:

a.    Completion and processing of third-party documents.

b.    Filing of prescription books, new prescriptions, and patient profiles.

c.    Fill bins with prescription vials.

d.    Clean pharmacy shelves and work areas and maintain pharmacy premises in a satisfactory state of cleanliness.

e.    Other tasks as requested by the pharmacist.