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The staff pharmacist interprets prescriptions and compounds and dispenses medications ordered by physicians or other authorized prescribers. The staff pharmacist is a medication expert and provides information to both patients and health care providers. The staff pharmacist also completes other duties as assigned by the pharmacy manager. The staff pharmacist works under moderate supervision with appropriate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. The staff pharmacistreports directly to the pharmacy manager. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, the staff pharmacistreports to the assistant pharmacy manager or the pharmacist in charge. In the event the pharmacy manager is not available, the staff pharmacist may act as the pharmacist in charge.
-Licensed to practice pharmacy in the state of Maryland -Certified by the Maryland Board of Pharmacy to provide vaccinations preferrably upon hire and required within six months of employment -Active CPR certification
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.