Overview: OHC seeks a self-directed professional Admixture Technician / Pharmacy Technician to provide complex and compassionate care in a high acuity Outpatient Oncology Infusion Specialty office. Responsibilities include rooming patients and obtaining vitals, drawing lab specimens, charting in the EMR system, cleaning and stocking patient rooms, answering patient questions and taking phone calls, assisting the physician and providing the best possible patient experience.
OHC is leading the region in quality, value-based care while providing compassionate and personalized medicine at the right time, the right place and the right treatment for every patient.
We offer a team-focused environment, competitive pay, limited weekends, strong benefits package including employer contributions for HSA and 401K, paid time off, paid holidays and support for continuing education and development.
About the company: OHC has served as the region's premier provider of treatments for cancer and blood disorders, offering a wide range of services and state-of-the-art treatments and technologies, as well as being nationally recognized for cutting edge clinical research breakthroughs in Southwest Ohio area for over 30 years. Serving patients close to home through our Cancer Centers of Excellence in Fairfield, Hamilton, West side of Cincinnati, Blue Ash, Kenwood, and Eastgate, Ohio. OHC puts patients first by delivering compassionate and convenient care, tailored to meet a patient's medical and personal needs. Responsibilities: -Assists with the preparation of medication orders by compounding or admixing medications under supervision of a physician. -Checks all orders for completeness of information. Verifies patient information and proper physician authorization. -Under direct supervision, admixes drugs as ordered by physician in an accurate and timely manner as per department guidelines, and preparing all drugs within OSHA guidelines and interoffice guidelines. -Calculates correct dosage volumes, converting between metric and apothecary equivalents. -Assists in counting controlled drugs weekly and maintain records. Properly disposes all materials used when mixing chemo or non-chemo IVs. -Assists in cleaning hoods daily checking drugs monthly for outdates and other quality assurance activities as assigned. -Assists in keeping accurate temperature logs, accurate logs on all protocol drugs and patient assistance drugs. -Maintains proper control documentation of medications including lot numbers. -Provide support with inventory control of medications. Prepares labels. Files and prepares billing. Basic data entry into department automation. Ordering of medication and supplies as directed. -Assist with required cleaning and maintenance of the admix area and the pharmacy department in general to minimize particle counts and improve overall sanitation. Qualifications:
The ideal candidate is empathetic, highly organized, friendly, flexible and able to multi-task. Position requirements include:
High School diploma or equivalent
Previous work experience as a phlebotomist or medical assistant is preferred