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You might hire a pharmacist to:

  • Dispense prescribed drugs and medicines to patients 

  • Design and deliver high-quality clinical programs to healthcare staff and physicians across the organization

  • Communicate important pharmacological information to staff, physicians, and patients

  • Ease patient adherence to treatment protocols by delivering proper education, instruction, and encouragement

  • Ensure patient health and safety by adhering to all health codes, laws, and regulations
  • Increase the efficiency of the organization’s pharmacy department
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Required skills and qualifications Preferred skills and qualifications
Doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) or equivalent from an accredited institution
Experience designing instructional/educational clinical programming
Experience working in a pharmacy environment
Extensive experience in customer service, with proven satisfaction rates
Excellent written and verbal communication skills  
Proven track record of adhering to all local and national regulations
Valid local licensure and certifications