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Dedicated pharmacist with a record of success reviewing patient data and providing superb customer service. Demonstrated exceptional time management and problem-solving skills in a high-volume, 24-hour pharmacy. Foster a positive, supportive care environment for patients and their families. Maintain compliance of clinical records with all company policies and legal requirements. Retain patients by providing reliable knowledge and care, timely follow-up, and improved adherence. Recently completed geriatric pharmacist certification. Trilingual: fluent in English, Gujarati, and Hindi.
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Assistant Pharmacy Manager / Staff Pharmacist January 2009 to Current Company Name City, State Provide medication therapy management and reconciliation services to patients. Assist elderly patients and patients with multiple disease stakes by reviewing list of medications to identify missing or redundant treatments. Facilitate pharmacy’s ongoing immunization efforts. Managed “Diabetes Awareness” event at community pharmacy. Enter, verify, and dispense proper medications. Counsel patients on OTC/Rx drugs, supplements, and medical supplies such as glucose monitors. Translate medication regimens to properly service Gujarati- and Hindi-speaking patients. Provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services to patients enrolled in Mirixa and Outcomes. Perform complete medication review in person or over the phone. Follow up with patients new to asthma, hypertension, depression, osteoporosis, and diabetes medications to ensure proper use and address any questions. Effectively manage technician staff and maintain control substance inventory. Precept first- and fourth-year IPE students. Adhere to protocols for administration of vaccinations such as flu, pneumonia, shingles, TdaP, and meningitis. Pharmacy Intern January 2003 to December 2007 Company Name City, State Provided critical, versatile support to pharmacist. Entered, filled, and dispensed prescriptions, providing high-quality patient service. Performed translation services to assist Gujarati- and Hindi-speaking patients. Supplied and monitored Yuyama automated dispensing machine. Helped facilitate onsite flu shot clinic.