(88-90) Pharmacy Intern

Saint Joseph Hospital 601 North 30th Street Omaha, NE 68131Ph : (402)449-4000 Fax : (402) 449-5020

  • providing drug information on a timely basis to pharmacist, physicians, and patients upon request.
  • Preparing clinical articles of interest to pharmacists for the monthly clinical newsletter.
  • Performing other clinically based project work as assigned.

(90-92) Pharmacist In-charge

A&A Drug Community Pharmacy (402) 721-9070, 1612 N Bell St, Fremont, NE 68025

  • Responsible for safe distribution and drug administration for patient care; supervising technicians; order entry; drug monitoring and providing drug information to nurses and physicians.
  • Prepare, label and dispense medications for patients in accordance with physician’s prescriptions; ensure compliance with Federal, State and local laws and regulations pertaining to the dispensing of drugs and narcotics and the maintenance of required records.

(92-93) Staff Pharmacist

Bergen Mercy Hospital 7500 Mercy Road Omaha, Nebraska 68124. Telephone 402-398-6060

  • Review and monitor patient’s medication therapy and orders written by appropriate caregivers for safety and efficacy considering specific patient conditions and health status; advise patient care team of issues with, or possible enhancements to, patient’s medication therapy and document such interventions.
  • Oversee and monitor all aspects of the medication process; collect data and present reports and recommendations regarding issues with the medication system.
  • Ensure proper documentation and record keeping is done for all medications with particular attention to controlled substances.
  • Maintain all equipment and systems used in the preparation, oversight and dispensing of mediations.
  • Ensure that appropriate medications are available for patients and properly procured, prepared, stored and maintained.

(93-94) Pharmacy Resident

Texas Methodist Hospital Methodist Healthcare System 8109 Fredricksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 Telephone : 210.575.0355

  • Provides clinical and product-related pharmacy services consistent with department policy and procedure.
  • Actively Participates in team meetings, medical rounds, and other interdisciplinary conferences that occur on the services and for their assigned practice areas.
  • Identifies therapeutic issues and problems, develops and presents seminars to the medical, nursing, and pharmacy staffs.
  • Serves as a proxy preceptor for undergraduate Baccalaureate Degree and postgraduate, Doctor of Pharmacy Degree students in clinical clerkship.
  • Develops and completes a residency project.
  • Actively participates in departmental staff development and educational programs including case presentations in Pharmacy Rounds.
  • Attends department team and staff meetings.
  • Attend meeting with the Faculty Director, Residency Directors. And preceptors.
  • Coordinate various staff meetings, e.g., Residency Committee meetings, and Journal Club.
  • Participated on the Investigational Drug Review Board.
  • Attended the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.

(94-98) Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator

  • Gulf Coast Administration Medical Center: a multi site
  • facility with campuses in Mississippi, Alabama & Florida
    300 bed Medical Surgical and psychiatry bed hospital
  • Chairmanship of Drug Use Evaluation & Antibiotic Utilization Committee at 3 institutions.
  • Secretary and active voting member of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
  • Development of Drug Information Center and 3 institutions.
  • Establishment of an adverse drug reaction surveillance reporting program.
  • Initiating a medication Error Reporting Program.
  • Maintained an active Inpatient consultation Program, Including Amino glycoside monitoring, Antibiotic Review Program and Nutrition support activates.
  • Founded and Trained Pharmacist in Variety of Pharmacist Run Ambulatory Clinics Including: Anticoagulation Monitoring Service, Hyperlipedimia, Mental Hygiene, Renal, COPD and GERD (More Details are available upon request).
  • Weekly Journal Clubs for Clinical Pharmacist, pharmacy staff, Resident and Student.
  • Clinical Pharmacy Representative in the Geriatric Evaluation Management team and the Pain control and assessment committee.

(95-98) Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

University of Mississippi

  • Didactic and clinical teaching for both undergraduate and graduate student.
  • Analysis of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Utilization and Outcomes at the Gulf Coast Health Care System.
  • Pharmaceconomic Cost-Effectiveness evaluation of long term treatment with Olanzapine Vs. Risperidone for patients with chronic schizophrenia.
  • Atorvaststin conversion assessment in the veteran affairs system.
  • Warfarin and Aspirin use in Secondary prevention of Myocardial Information.

(98-2001) Chief of Pharmacy and Medical supply services, Ohio Veteran integrated system Network, Columbus Campus

  • Supervised the Pharmacy services at the Veteran Administration in Colmbus, Ohio.
  • Supervised the Medical supply, sterilization, processing and distribution unit.
  • Member of the executive management board (EMB), Human capital Resource, Information Technology, research, and pharmacy & therapeutics committee.
  • Served as Consultant, Pharmacy Benefit Management at VISN 10 Integrated Health Care System and winner of the National Partnership of Re-inventing the American government Hammer Award.
  • Annual Projection of Pharmacy Drug Budget and Staffing Requirement.
  • Founder and President of the International Muslim Pharmaceutical Organization with membership in over 4 continents.
  • Owned and Operated Health Food Store in Dublin, Ohio utilization E-commerce principles, Marketing and business management skills.
  • Graduated from the Clinical Leadership Institute designed for executive employee in the federal government.
  • Finished 6 month customer service training program.
  • Adapted and Utilized the High Performance Development Model that emphasized customer service, organizational stewardship, System thinking, Creative thinking, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Personal Mastery, Flexibility/Adaptability and Technical skills.
  • Facilitated team development and conflict resolution.
  • Conducted all hiring, promotions, salary adjustments, and termination.
  • Excellent Written and Oral Communication.

(99-01) Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy

Ohio State University

  • Didactic and clinical teaching for both undergraduate and graduate student.
  • Only Pharmacist and active member of the Research Council and the Health research sub-council for the with duties of overseeing research functions in 5 VA medical centers in collaboration with the Medical school of Ohio State University,
  • Served as Principle investigator and Co-Investigator of the following Clinical Trials :
  • Medication Error Incidence using Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) in Ambulatory care Setting.
  • Synercid use in the treatment of Vancomycin resistant enterococus cases.
  • Impact of VA Based Academic Detailing Education Letter for Improving Adherence to the established GERD Management Guidelines.
  • Approved Provider or Accredited Continuing Pharmacy Education (ACPE) programs by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.

(2001-2002) Director of Pharmacy, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center_Jeddah

  • Member of the Mecca Health council, responsible for accrediting 70 hospital in the western region of Saudi Arabia.
  • Report on management of inventory effectively and reduction of overall Pharmacy drug budget.
  • Established the first anticoagulation clinic in Jeddah.
  • Visited different hospital in Mecca for assessment and recommendation for improvement.
  • Participated in the First Patient Safety Conference in Al-Taif as a Speaker.
  • Daily Rounds with cardiology consultants and teams.
  • Directing the daily activity of the Drug Information and Poison Control Center
  • Supervised and trained many King Saud University Pharmacy student.
  • Active member of the Makkah Region Quality Program (MRQP)
  • Visiting several hospitals in the Makkah region on a regular basis to help their pharmacies meet MRQP quality standards.
  • Evaluate medication use in the assigned hospitals in regards with usage, preparation, dispensing, and storage.
  • Promote medication safety through staff training and education