Duties and Responsibilities of the Hospital Pharmacy Technician
Some job duties and responsibilities of a Hospital Pharmacy Technician include (but are not limited to):
- Transporting prescriptions and pharmacy equipment (for example, IV’s, injectables, etc) to clinics or nursing floors.
- Answer, screen, and triage phone calls.
- Compound specialty prescriptions like creams, gels, ointments or solutions.
- Fill a short-term supply of medications for patients being discharged from the hospital.
- Maintain narcotic medication inventory and routinely audit narcotic usage records.
- Compound TPN (total parental nutrition) solutions.
- Help in training new pharmacy technicians.
- Help other technicians in the pharmacy.
- Fill and make ready drugs used in the treatment of cancer.
- Handle insurance and third-party billing.
- Repackage bulk medication stock into individually packaged units.
- Carry out other duties and responsibilities as directed by the hospital pharmacist or hospital management.
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