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Pharmacy Intern - IV Room Float Pool

Logo of Columbus



13d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


AI generated summary

  • You must be enrolled in a College of Pharmacy program, have current licensure with Ohio Board of Pharmacy, hospital pharmacy experience, effective communication skills, follow procedures, and accept increasing responsibilities.
  • You will assist pharmacists in compounding, dispensing, and counseling on medications, prepare IV admixtures and sterile products, provide drug information to patients and healthcare professionals, and help manage pharmacy inventory and clinical duties.

Off-cycle Internship



  • The Pharmacy Intern assists the pharmacist in assuring timely and accurate provision of medications to patients. Routine intern functions are performed under the direct supervision of a pharmacist. These functions may include unit dose dispensing, intravenous admixing, inventory control, record keeping and billing, and the extensive use of equipment and automated technology. Based on ability, experience, and performance, the Pharmacy Intern may perform increasingly clinical activities of the pharmacy, under direct supervision of a pharmacist.


  • Education: Enrolled and in good standing at an accredited College of Pharmacy program
  • Licensure / Certification: Current licensure as a Pharmacy Intern with the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy
  • Experience: Previous hospital pharmacy and/or pharmacy intern experience is preferred
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Ability to follow procedures and accept increasing levels of responsibilities commensurate with knowledge and skill attainment.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Assists the pharmacist in the technical and professional functions required in the preparation, dispensing, record keeping, counseling, and delivery of medications using proper aseptic technique, correct calculations, proper documentation, and appropriate use of clinical resources.
  • Prepares intravenous admixtures and other sterile products, including chemotherapy by using proper aseptic technique.
  • Compounds medications by using proper technique and calculations (ie. ointments, creams, oral liquids, enteral tube feeding preparations).
  • Assists the pharmacist in the filling of orders/prescriptions.
  • Prepares sterile products; properly labels medications and maintains records of packaging as required by department Policy and Procedures and state and federal law
  • Assists the pharmacist in providing drug information to patients and other health care professionals, advising on proper methods, usage, and cautions associated with medications.
  • Prepares and restocks drugs for automated dispensing cabinets.
  • Performs clinical duties under direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist, including medication reconciliation, adverse drug event reviews, renal dosing, medication utilization reviews, patient rounds with physicians, presentations for education purposes, and other clinical duties as directed by preceptor.
  • Assists in the management of pharmacy inventory by providing information to pharmacy purchasing, removing expired contaminated or deteriorated stock when detected, helping maintain perpetual inventories, and processing non-formulary requests.


Work type

Part time

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