Martha Svenson - Pharmacy Intern Resume Simple
Licensed pharmacist in California with PharmD degree and over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Dedicated to providing quality patient care. I am a highly motivated individual who has a track record of establishing positive relationships with customers, pharmaceutical representatives, manufacturers, medical professionals
  • management, inventory management, inventory, solutions, billing, medical
  • cms, pharmacy, excel, microsoft, microsoft excel, infectious disease, hospital, clinical
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Pharmacy Intern

    Family Health Network

    • Provided medication management services to patients and medical staff in a timely manner, including inventory control and proper storage of narcotics, and controlled substance billing.
    • Developed solutions to improve efficiency and accuracy in the work flow. Improved productivity by 50%. Significantly reduced errors and increased productivity.
    • Created and maintained computerized record management system (e.g. Prescription drug inventory), pulled expired medications, and performed perpetual CII inventory.
    • Improved drug-inventory management system to reduce waste and eliminate back orders. Reduced the need for more than 2,000 prescriptions per month.
    • Communicated with patients and their families to ensure proper medication therapy. This included providing patient counseling on prescription and over the counter medications.
    • Provided information to patients regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and storage of medications. Answer questions and provide information to customers on drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and storage of pharmaceuticals.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Pharmacy Intern

    The Peabody Hotel

    • Giant pharmacy, EPIC, Pyxis, and a clinical pharmacist. This program was Used for the use of the Meditech system.
    • Attended weekly rounds with the infectious disease team, and presented at the interdisciplinary team meeting. Provided recommendations to physicians on how to use the medications.
    • Utilized Excel to analyze data and write reports for the use of Microsoft Excel to identify and resolve medication errors.
    • Attended weekly meetings with CMS to discuss the progress of the project and the development of a new drug formulary.
    • Presented a poster at the van of the American Society of pharmacy Association meeting in April 2004. I was in charge of the entire residency program.
    • Presented an in-service on the use of the medication use system. I was able to publish a journal Club and the use of the pharmacy.

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