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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Clinical pharmacist with experience in hospital and ambulatory pharmacy environments. Collaborative and patient focused with proven ability to partner with multi-disciplinary teams to discuss drug therapy. Excellent communication with passion for educating patients on medication therapies. Experience in medication therapy management, formulary review and medication utilization review and analysis. Well-organized and diligent professional with good verbal and written communication skills. Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider, licensed in Pennsylvania.

Skills
  • Anticoagulation Management
  • Inpatient and Ambulatory Care
  • Medication Therapy Management
  • Formulary Review
  • Medication Utilization Review and Analysis
  • Patient Education and Counseling
  • Problem-solving
  • Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Organization and Multi-tasking
  • Communication
Work History
Clinical Pharmacist, 10/1993 to Current
Palmetto InfusionGreensboro, NC,
  • Direct patient care managing medication therapy and disease state outcomes in an ambulatory Anticoagulation Clinic.
  • Oversee Anticoagulation Clinic policy and procedures, regulatory standards, staff education and competency.
  • Work directly with patients, families, and caregivers to provide education necessary to achieve the desired outcomes.
  • Knowledge of pharmacotherapy and skills to evaluate, monitor, and assess the safety and efficacy of medication therapies.
  • Experience with telephonic Medication Therapy Management services to identify and address medication problems.
  • Provide dosing recommendations including pharmacokinetic dosing, based on age, renal or hepatic function.
  • Attend, participate, and contribute as an active member for various health care system committees and work groups.
  • Provide timely and in-depth reviews of non-formulary drug requests.
  • Communicate, adjudicate, and complete formulary changes, drug shortages, and drug conversions plans.
  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives including Medication Use Evaluation (MUE) and the collection and analysis of clinical outcomes data.
  • Utilize Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) and Medication Error reporting program to promote patient safety.
  • Clinical preceptor and mentor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.
  • Participate in community-based programs including health fairs, stroke screenings, medication reviews, speakers bureau, etc.
Pharmacy Resident, 07/1992 to 06/1993
Amita HealthSapulpa, OK,
  • Interdisciplinary rounding in areas of Drug Information, Infectious Disease, Nutrition, Pharmacokinetics, Cardiology, General Medicine/Ambulatory Care, Geriatrics, Critical Care Medicine, and Administration.
  • Participated in antibiotic surveillance, drug use evaluation, formulary medication review, pharmacy consults, adverse drug reaction reporting, and pharmacokinetic monitoring.
  • Attended and presented at pharmacy teaching rounds, nursing inservices and grand rounds.
  • Clinical on-call and staffing of the 11pm-7am shift.
Hospital Pharmacist, 08/1991 to 06/1992
Lee HealthLehigh Acres, FL,
  • Review, interpret, and verify medication orders for appropriateness.
  • Process and fill medication orders.
  • Review patient medications, allergies, labs, and other pertinent information from the medical record to identify and solve medication-related problems.
  • Make recommendations to other clinical staff regarding medication therapy ordered to ensure safe and effective care.
  • Document recommendations and interventions.
  • Provide drug information.
  • Document and assess adverse drug events.
  • Provide oversight of technical staff in all aspects of medication distribution.
Hospital Pharmacist, 09/1988 to 07/1991
Lee HealthSanibel, FL,
  • Staffing responsibilities in decentralized satellite pharmacies included surgical and medical intensive care, general medicine, and pediatrics.
  • Compounded intravenous admixtures including adult and pediatric total parenteral nutrition and chemotherapy.
  • Also responsible for drug information, pharmacokinetic consultation, pharmacy newsletter, and dispensing activities in areas of transplantation, oncology, adult/child psychiatry, and long-term care.
  • Provide oversight of technical staff in all aspects of medication distribution.
Education
Doctor of Pharmacy: Pharmacy, Expected in
Duquesne University - Pittsburgh, PA
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Pharmacy, Expected in
University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA
GPA:
Affiliations
  • University of Pittsburgh, Associate Clinical Preceptor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy Preceptor
Certifications
  • Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider, The National Certification Board for Anticoagulation Providers
  • The Pharmacist & Patient-Centered Diabetes Care, APhA
  • Freedom from Smoking Facilitator, American Lung Association
  • Smoking Cessation Specialist, University of Pittsburgh
  • Glaxo Wellcome Human Resource Management
  • Anticoagulation Service Traineeship, ASHP Research and Education Foundation

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Duquesne University
  • University of Pittsburgh
Job Titles Held:
  • Clinical Pharmacist
  • Pharmacy Resident
  • Hospital Pharmacist
  • Hospital Pharmacist
Degrees
  • Doctor of Pharmacy
  • Bachelor of Science