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Dipali T

Pharmacist with Residency

Occupation:

Pharmacist

Location:

Englishtown, NJ

Education Level:

Master

Will Relocate:

YES

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A registered pharmacist with over 10 years of experience in hospital, industry, retail, and home infusion care setting searching for a clinical pharmacist role in an organization

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COMPANY POSITION HELD DATES WORKED

Healthsouth Rehab Hospital Clinical Pharmacist 5/2012 - 11/2017
Coram Healthcare Home Infusion Clinical Pharmacist 10/2002 - 11/2017
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SCHOOL MAJOR YEAR DEGREE

Tula Yoga School Yoga 2016 Certification Degree
NY Veterans Affairs Hospital Ambulatory Care Residency 1999 Certification Degree
Long Island University Pharmacy 1995 Bachelor Degree
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Magazine Pharmacist's Letter media url Helps me with and updated pharmacy drugs & their usage & what is currently happening in pharmacy
Website Cosmic Healing media url Have been trained for cosmic healing in London to help patients fight their diseases.
Website LinkedIn media url professional website for communication

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Highlights:

Companies I like:

Pharmaceutical companies, Hospitals

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• checking and entering prescriptions & IVs using Cerner system to ensure that there are no errors and that they are appropriate and safe for the individual patient • providing drug information to medical professionals and patients • working on admissions for new patients, taking their demographics, drug histories, and documenting them into the system • monitoring patients’ warfarin therapy, INRs, & adjust dosage when necessary • supervising the work of pharmacy technicians • med reconciliation upon patient arrival • keeping up to date with drugs, policy & procedures • counseling inpatients on their medicines before they get discharged
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