Experienced Clinical Pharmacist with demonstrated versatility in adapting to ever-increasing complexity in the healthcare industry. Committed to providing quality pharmaceutical care as an essential link in disease management.
In-depth pharmacy law knowledge
Acute care expertise
Committed to quality assurance
Pharmacy law knowledge
American Society of Health system Pharmacist Association member
In good standing with the Maryland Board of Pharmacy since May, 2002.
Prescription drug interaction assessment
Health education seminars
Conflict resolution ability
Lean trained / certified.
Clinical Pharmacist II, 03/2005
to Current Howard County General Hospital – Columbia,
Provideds specialized clinical services to help patients including
parenteral nutrition monitoring, pharmacokinetic
dosing and monitoring, anticoagulation dosing and monitoring,
validation of patient medication reconciliation and investigational drug service.
education and counseling on medications and medication therapy review for Acute
Provides drug information and pharmacy consultations to physicians and
other health care professionals.
policy reviews, drug utilization reviews and ADR reviews and reporting.
daily patient focused multidisciplinary rounds in the critical care unit.
checks compounded neonatal IV infusions, parenteral nutrition and chemotherapy
patient orders for appropriate dosage, drug interactions, allergies and
Directly supervises Pharmacy Technicians, interns and support staff
while on duty.
Participates in hosting annual local community healthcare
education and clinics.
Properly instructs pharmacy students and residents on introductory
and advanced pharmacy practice rotations.
Serves as an active preceptor for pharmacy students and PGY-1
residents during neonatal intensive care,
pediatric and critical care rotations.
Active member of ACLS and critical care
Complies with all federal laws, company policies and procedures
and state regulations regarding new
pharmacist hire training and orientation.
Effectively prioritizes tasks and
organizes workflow to increase
Assist with coordinating pharmacy staff schedule and also with
personnel monitoring and performance
Partneres with management team to develop
and implement new patient safety programs to enhance patient
Served as a superuser and trained end users
during the implementation of EPIC software in 2012.
Clinical Pharmacist, 08/2002
to 03/2005 Prince George's Hospital – Cheverly,
Properly filled and
dispensed patient medication orders daily.
Assisted in the review of new drug therapies.
Performed screening for drug-drug interactions, allergies and
assessed the need for appropriate pharmacy
Exhibited proficiency in IV and chemo
Supervised the maintenance of medication dispensing machines
within the hospital to ensure supplies were
readily available to clinical staff.
Conducted routine inspections of medication
Displayed patient-oriented and comprehensive clinical pharmacy
services and pharmaceutical care.
Complied with all federal laws, company policies and procedures
and state regulations regarding intern,
technician and assistant training and licensure.