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Waupin, WI
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Nov 02, 2018
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Provision of pharmaceutical services for offenders in Wisconsin's correctional system through the Bureau of Health Services Central Pharmacy Service in a manner consistent with professional standards and comparable to services delivered in non-correctional settings.
  • Prepares, fills and dispenses prescriptions for drugs, chemicals and supplies on receipt of a proper order from a prescribing practitioner for an inmate/student.
  • Prepares and fills extemporaneous prescriptions and orders compounding the required pharmaceutical preparations, e.g., solutions, ointments, etc.
  • Maintains records of drugs dispensed, including required registers and inventories on supply and dispensing of controlled substances.
  • Assists the Pharmacy Manager in taking inventory and determines the requirements of the pharmacy for pharmaceutical supplies and orders adequate supplies.
  • Provides a wide variety of information on drugs to members of the Health Service Unit staff.
  • Effectively handles workload and meets quality standards comparable to non-correctional settings.
  • Is available for additional hours of work to meet operational needs beyond their scheduled hours.
B.        Maintenance of patient medication records.
  • Records prescriptions and orders received from a prescriber on the Patient Medication Profile.
  • Indicates on the Patient Medication Profile any pertinent health history information, allergies and duration of prescribed therapy.
  • Records pertinent notes for each prescription 
  C.        Assurance of the continuity of pharmacy services off-site.
C1. Participates in the planning, development and maintenance of Central Pharmacy Operations Manual.
C2. Provides consultation and on-site visits at institution drug rooms when schedule permits and when assigned by the Pharmacy Manager.
  D.        Participation in the implementation and facilitation of appropriate in-service and continuing education programs.
            D1. Participate in continuing education of health care providers (periodic in service training, drug updates, etc.).
D2. Continue drug education by reading professional journals, attending professional conferences and workshops.
            D3. Serve on Pharmacy and Therapeutics subcommittee for Formulary review as assigned.
D4. Attends staff meetings regularly and participates in other pharmacy subcommittee work as assigned.