January 2014 --- July 2014
Renewed patient perception and satisfaction with patient focused care and ingenious ideas to improve patient safety and expedite medication dispensing. Efficiently performed vigilant medication profile reviews, up-to-date drug research inquiries, and discussed medication therapy optimization with primary care physicians. Revitalized staff to create a clean, friendly and productive work environment to ensure a safe, enjoyable patient experience to certify the best patient health outcomes.
March 2013 --- July 2014
Excelled within a large, fast moving hospital pharmacy environment by providing creative, current and accurate healthcare solutions to pharmacists, doctors, surgeons, nurses and hospital ancillary staff. Provided fresh ideas and energy to the hospital and inspired others to put patient care first. Educated colleagues on the most recent drug literature and standards of practice to ensure all information and advice provided is accurate and consistent with current guidelines. Coordinated staff, delegated workload and mitigated conflict to ensure accurate and timely patient medication administration. Streamlined the overnight pharmacist's role resulting in increased workload efficiency and be further involvement with issues that arise on hospital wards. Accurately and efficiently prepared aseptic parenteral agents including chemotherapy. Accepted additional job responsibilities through collaboration with the IT and engineering departments to resolve recurring computer and structural issues within the hospital. Granted the role of pharmacy IT trainer during a large scale computer system cross-over. Represented pharmacy in regional training and software development meetings in preparation for the system conversion.
January 2008 --- January 2012
Gladly accepted additional tasks and challenges that increased patient safety, amplified workload efficiency, and ensured teamwork including; performing narcotic inventory, providing conflict resolution between staff and customers, administering immunizations, negotiating with insurance providers, discussing optimal medication regimens with doctors, and compounding pharmaceutical agents. Provided insight to management in order to reduce patient care barriers, enhance patient communication, protect privacy, and utilize current research data for medication selection and dosage adjustments. Created a friendly, enthusiastic and collaborative atmosphere within the pharmacy and encouraged both inter-employee and employee-customer communication to mitigate conflict and increase productivity. Enthusiastically counselled patients on medical devices and medication administration, most importantly patients requiring medication for anticoagulation, diabetes and narrow therapeutic index agents.
January 2010 --- January 2011
-Led Masters in Clinical Research senior seminar classes -Guided Masters Candidates' research thesis groups through research projects -Provided research design and analysis suggestions to research groups
January 2005 --- January 2007
AdaptabilityAnalytical thinkingAuthenticityAttention to detailCommunicativeDependabilityInnovative thinkingProactivity
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) in Pharmacy from Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2012
Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Research from Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2012
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Biological Sciences, Ecology from State University of New York at Binghamton in 2007
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biochemistry,Geochemistry from State University of New York at Binghamton in 2006
High School Regents Diploma in from Wantagh High School in 2002
Training and Certification
New York State Pharmacy License Certification