CMPD Pharmacist

Our pharmacists are an integral part of improving patients’ health and well-being through. Our pharmacy is focused on building, maintaining and deepening relationships with patients and doctors, both existing and new.

  • Each pharmacist abides by the State Board of Pharmacy’s rules and regulations, in addition to HIPAA and Quality Assurance requirements.
  • Answers phones and consults with patients and doctors about customized medications.
  • Communicates closely with doctors and patients to ensure optimal treatment outcomes.
  • Counsels patients on their medications.
  • Supervises technicians making medications.
  • Answers phones and consults with patients and doctors about customized medications.
  • Assists in developing compounded formulations.
  • Uses appropriate resources to ensure each compound’s stability and potency.
  • Ensures that compounded medications have been prepared, labeled, stored and packaged
    properly.
  • Consistently looks for ways to help co-workers achieve success with their jobs.
  • Works collaboratively with fellow staff members to ensure the smooth running of pharmacy operations.
  • Actively participates in and contributes to regular quality improvement meetings.

Position Qualifications

  • Licensing: Current pharmacist license in good standing with the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy.
  • Communication: Excellent communication skills with patients, doctors and co-workers, including over the phone, in person and through email.
  • Experience: Experience in a busy retail pharmacy setting.
  • Reasoning: Consistent ability to solve problems under pressure and ability to handle problems involving several variables in a variety of situations.
  • Work Style: Demonstrated dedication to high quality results. Passionate commitment to patient care and clinical compounding. Commitment to team concepts and to personal and professional growth. Proven track-record of attention to detail. Customer relationship orientation, combined with sound judgment. Ability to balance pharmacy’s operational needs with patient concerns. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities; tactful, mature, flexible.

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LTC Pharmacist

Our pharmacists are an integral part of improving patients’ health and well-being through. Our
pharmacy is focused on building, maintaining and deepening relationships with patients and doctors, both existing and new.

  • Each pharmacist abides by the State Board of Pharmacy’s rules and regulations, in addition to HIPAA and Quality Assurance requirements.
  • Answers phones and consults with patients and doctors about customized medications.
  • Communicates closely with doctors and patients to ensure optimal treatment outcomes.
  • Counsels patients on their medications.
  • Supervises technicians making medications.
  • Ensures that medications have been prepared, labeled, stored and packaged properly based on cycles.
  • Consistently looks for ways to help co-workers achieve success with their jobs.
  • Works collaboratively with fellow staff members to ensure the smooth running of pharmacy operations.
  • Actively participates in and contributes to regular quality improvement meetings.

Position Qualifications

  • Licensing: Current pharmacist license in good standing with the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy.
  • Communication: Excellent communication skills with patients, doctors and co-workers, including over the phone, in person and through email.
  • Experience: Experience in a busy retail pharmacy setting.
  • Reasoning: Consistent ability to solve problems under pressure and ability to handle problems involving several variables in a variety of situations.
  • Work Style: Demonstrated dedication to high quality results. Passionate commitment to patient care and clinical compounding. Commitment to team concepts and to personal and professional growth. Proven track-record of attention to detail. Customer relationship orientation, combined with sound judgment. Ability to balance pharmacy’s operational needs with patient concerns. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities; tactful, mature, flexible.

Pharmacy Technician

Compensation:
$10 to $14 Hourly

Benefits offered:
Vision, Medical and Dental

Employment Type:
Part Time

The pharmacy technician position is responsible for preparing medications for patient
consumption under the general supervision of a licensed pharmacist and in accordance with
standard departmental procedures.

Essential Functions:
1. Performs duties assigned by a licensed pharmacist. Areas of work are checked routinely
for maintenance of quality control. Work is conducted in accordance with generally accepted standards of practice following departmental procedures and policies as outlined
in the department operations manual.
2. Reads and interprets physicians’ orders received in the pharmacy and transcribes same into the pharmacy computer medication profile. Requires knowledge to adjust dosing times as pharmacy will generate MARs Work is verified by licensed pharmacist.
3. Fills individual patient drug bins working from a medication fill list; records doses for credit or charge; acknowledges filling by initialing work done.
4. Prepares in accordance with pharmacy law and standards of pharmacy practice outpatient RXs to be dispensed after pharmacist approval.
5. Using computer program, prepackages medications, which are not available in unit, using automatic prepackaging and label machine. Keeps appropriate records for recall purpose.
6. Attends and participates in pharmacy tech meetings to exchange ideas to achieve goals of
the department. Keeps procedures up-to- date in pharmacy tech manual to train new personnel and to have quick reference to specific jobs so they are performed according to the policies of the department.
7. Checks and removes outdated meds on a routine basis to ensure that no deteriorated meds are in stock. Keeps appropriate records.
8. Assists with billing by using appropriate computer function, reason codes and dates for charging and crediting.
9. Assists with checking in orders, putting orders away and filing associated paperwork.
10. Continues to educate by attending drug in-services and keeping up with policy changes.

Must be licensed by the NV State Board of Pharmacy and is able to pass a drug and background check.

Marketing Representative

We are a retail and compounding (non sterile) pharmacy looking for experienced and energetic marketer who knows how to generate compounding prescription business.

Skills required:

  • Establish new business with physicians
  • Develop strong sustainable relationships with physicians and office staff
  • Provide regular feedback
  • Work independently and efficiently to meet goals
  • Outgoing personality
  • Professional attire at all times,Organized, self motivated, and creative.
  • In-person marketing experience required.
  • Must pass criminal background check and drug test

Required experience:

  • Pharmacy technician experience preferred
  • Compounding knowledge and experience preferred but not required
  • Marketing

Qualification Questions:

  • You have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:
  • How many years of Marketing/Business Development experience do you have?
  • How many years of Pharmacy experience do you have?

Delivery Driver

Compensation
$9 to $10 Hourly

Employment Type
Part-Time

We are seeking a Delivery Driver to join our team! You will drive to utilize your own vehicle to deliver prescription medications.

Responsibilities

  • Deliver products to customer locations in a timely manner
  • Collect payment during delivery
  • Assist in other areas of the Pharmacy that the Manager requests

Qualifications:

  • Valid NV Driver's License
  • Registered Vehicle with NV DMV
  • Experience in delivery driving, customer service, or other related fields
  • Clean driving record
  • Deadline-oriented

Clinical Pharmacist

At Well Care Health, our Pharmacists are onsite in various hospitals to assist during the discharge process of patients. They perform medication reconciliation, MTM, DURs, education training, prior authorization assistance, and ensure that most patients leave the facilities with their discharge medications, improving compliance and adherence. The team follows up with the patients within 48 hours, 15 days, and 30 days. These phone calls or visits, enable them to resolve any issues or questions patients may have regarding their medications. The goal of the program is to prevent any readmission within 30 days. Position available for clinical part-time pharmacist to provide MTM services.

Compensation is on a per patient basis.
Pharmacist must be willing to commute to facilities/hospitals as needed.
Please provide resume to for consideration.

Job Type:
Contract

Required experience:
Pharmacist: 1 year

Required license or certification:
NV State Board of Pharmacy Licensed Pharmacist

Pharmacy Technician

The pharmacy technician position is responsible for preparing medications for patient consumption under the general supervision of a licensed pharmacist and in accordance with standard departmental procedures.

Essential Functions

  1. Performs duties assigned by a licensed pharmacist. Areas of work are checked routinely for maintenance of quality control. Work is conducted in accordance with generally accepted standards of practice following departmental procedures and policies as outlined in the department operations manual.
  2. Reads and interprets physicians’ orders received in the pharmacy and transcribes same into the pharmacy computer medication profile. Requires knowledge to adjust dosing times as pharmacy will generate MARs Work is verified by licensed pharmacist.
  3. Fills individual patient drug bins working from a medication fill list; records doses for credit or charge; acknowledges filling by initialing work done.
  4. Prepares in accordance with pharmacy law and standards of pharmacy practice outpatient RXs to be dispensed after pharmacist approval.
  5. Using computer program, prepackages medications, which are not available in unit, using automatic prepackaging and label machine. Keeps appropriate records for recall purpose.
  6. Attends and participates in pharmacy tech meetings to exchange ideas to achieve goals of the department. Keeps procedures up-to-date in pharmacy tech manual to train new personnel and to have quick reference to specific jobs so they are performed according to the policies of the department.
  7. Checks and removes outdated meds on a routine basis to ensure that no deteriorated meds are in stock. Keeps appropriate records.
  8. Assists with billing by using appropriate computer function, reason codes and dates for charging and crediting.
  9. Assists with checking in orders, putting orders away and filing associated paperwork.
  10. Continues to educate by attending drug in-services and keeping up with policy changes.

Must be licensed by the NV State Board of Pharmacy and is able to pass a drug and background check.