Latest Job Opportunity at Medicas Hospital
Role Title: PHARMACIST
Roles and responsibilities
- Provide high-quality pharmaceutical treatment to customers in the health facility in compliance with the Standards of Pharmaceutical Treatment, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and Guidelines for Pharmaceutical Services.
- To improve therapeutic outcomes, provide information, advice, and counselling on medications to other health professionals and patients or clients.
- Serve as Pharmacy Manager at a Clinical Department.
- Ensure that drugs are stored and handled safely and securely in the hospital.
- Serve as an active member of the hospital’s quality assurance team as needed.
- Promote the work of the hospital’s Drugs and Therapeutic Committee (DTC) and Rational Use of Medicines (RUM).
- Ensure that patients and clients receive pharmaceutical items and devices that are of high quality, safe, effective, and inexpensive.
- Ensure that the hospital’s revolving drug funds are managed effectively and efficiently.
- Ensure that pharmacy data is collected, stored, processed, and used efficiently to inform management and clinical care choices.
- Actively participate in the establishment of hospital rules and guidelines and ensure that they are followed.
- Provide central intravenous addiction treatments in accordance with the degree of care at the hospital.
Required Skill or Experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication abilities
- Capable of leading and managing a diverse workforce, as well as managing workloads and meeting deadlines under duress.
- Computer skills
- Excellent problem-solving abilities.
Health is total physical, mental, and social well-being, not just disease-free. A good health care system must meet users’ mental and social requirements as well as their bodily needs. This is difficult for developed and emerging nations.
Ghana’s health sector has improved since independence. Life expectancy is currently 60 years, up from 45 in 1957, and infant mortality has reduced from 77 per 1,000 live births in 1983 to 50 in 2008. Despite these gains, the health sector faces many challenges: a shortage of health facilities, inadequate medical equipment, poor working conditions, inadequate training and educational facilities, poor remuneration, a poor attitude, and delays in service delivery.
I took over Bryan Lowe Orthopaedic Hospital under a long-term leasing arrangement in November 2015 with the goal of making Medicas Hospital an efficient, responsive, preventive, and curative health care provider in Ghana and West Africa. Medicas Hospital wants to be a centre of healing where every patient feels like the best effort was made to get better. The tagline “Healing Hands, Kind Hearts” is not just a saying; we embody it every day at work.
My medical career will come to an end someday. When I go, I aim to leave a health care institution that cares about its patients. Visit us in Akuapem.
How to apply for this Job Opportunity at Medicas Hospital
Please send your CV and certificates to email@example.com.
Closing Date: February 17, 2024
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