Kimberley Bienville PharmD.
Renton, WA 98056
Staff Pharmacist, Puyallup/Maple Valley, WA October 2005 - June 2018
Provide pharmaceutical care to patients, including processing and accurately dispensing prescription orders, counseling patients regarding health care and medication needs, maintaining confidential information, maintaining controlled medication, and required documentation. Provide medication management therapy and comprehensive medication reviews. Communicate with providers to make interventions to improve patient's quality of care. Being a role model, enforce, and provide direction and guidance to associates on proper customer service approaches and techniques to ensure patient needs, complaints, and issues are successfully resolved. Ensure compliance to all state, federal laws, and company policies and procedures. Demonstrate up-to-date expertise and apply this to the development, execution, and improvement of action plans. Maintain current knowledge in the field of pharmacy to become a more well-rounded pharmacist and obtain necessary certifications, education credits and training as required by the company and state board of pharmacy. Transfer and receive medication prescriptions to and from other pharmacies. Troubleshoot third party claims and ensure accurate processing. Prioritize pharmacy department tasks and follow through to ensure all tasks are completed in a timely manner.
- Possesses the necessary interpersonal skills required to interact with patients, coworkers, and other health professionals.
- Establishes open and trusting relationship; develops a climate where individuals are committed to sharing information.
- Evaluates the appropriateness of prescription orders with consideration for patient safety and legal requirements.
- Maintains accurate records, properly and accurately deliver prescription to customers, and assist with over the counter questions and selection.
- Familiar with and compliant with all record keeping requirements for controlled substances
- Knowledge in various pharmacy systems i.e.. Intercom plus, MS Office, MS Excel
- Provide services to our patients, including, but not limited to, immunizations, medication therapy management services (MTM), Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) and various health screenings, including vaccinations and other preventive healthcare services.
Floater Pharmacist, Auburn/Puyallup/Bonney Lake, WA January 2007 - October 2009
Performed duties as a pharmacist such as filling, dispensing, counseling, maintaining drug inventory, assigning tasks to technicians and assistants, and communicating with healthcare providers regarding patient drug therapy. Interpreted and evaluated the validity and safety of medication orders. Verified for appropriate dosage, drug interactions, allergies, and contraindications for use before dispensing medications. Adhered to all record keeping and storage requirements as per state and federal laws and regulations. Maintained and ensured confidentiality of patient and company information. Provided health screenings including cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, and BMI. Administered influenza, pneumococcal, zostavax, and tetanus vaccinations. Participated in the Direct Access program to provide contraception under prescriptive authority.
- Advocates customer focus. Commitment to providing customer service that makes both internal and external customers feel welcome, important, and appreciated.
- Solves problems. Identifies and analyzes work-related problems in a systematic but timely manner
- Time Management. Ability to work within set time frames and fixed deadlines. Works well under pressure and focus on multiple tasks in a busy environment. Adheres to scheduled shifts and displays a strong work ethic.
- Communicates with credibility. Use clear and concise written and oral communication to effectively transfer
accurate, complete, and timely ideas to pharmacy staff, customers, and to management.
Bob Johnson’s Pharmacy
Pharmacy Intern, Seattle, WA September 2004 - December 2004
- Compounding non-sterile products (Capsules, Suspensions, Creams, Gels, Ointments, Suppositories, Liquids)
- Pediatric formulations - specialized dosage forms that kids will take-Bio-identical hormone therapy- capsules, topical creams/gels. Pain management- various dosage forms. Veterinary compounding. Packed Medications - fill Medisets, Single and Multi-dose blister packs
- Pharmacy Care Services for Assisted Living: daily Medication deliveries, cycle fill option, laser generated MAR's, electronic MAR (eMAR) option, and Opus medication system.
Department of VA/Overlake/Cooper University Hospital
Pharmacy Intern, Seattle, WA/ Bellevue, WA/ Camden, NJ January 2005 - May 2005
- Ability to understand the unique needs relative to growth, assessment, and development of the patients.
- Maintains a cordial and professional work environment to promote health, efficiency, and safety.
- Directs matters requiring judgmental decision to the manager or staff pharmacists.
- Effectively communicates with physicians, nursing, pharmacists, other technicians, hospital personnel, and patients.
- Assists and trains new personnel in the pharmacy area efficiently and accurately.
- Performs dispensing and billing functions, aseptically prepares total parenteral nutrition solutions, indictable chemotherapy, antibiotics, small and large volume solutions, and other medications for intravenous therapy, assists in compounding and
dispensing medicinals of a special nature that are not readily available from the manufacturer.
- Under direct supervision of the pharmacists or manager of pharmacy services, prepackages and labels unit dose, unit to use, repackages drugs as required, promptly and accurately distributes/delivers all medications, controlled substances, admixtures, floor stock to the appropriate nursing units.
- Performs monthly inspections of various areas where pharmaceuticals are stored according to policy and procedure guidelines on quality control.
- Accurately and efficiently maintains patient profiles, inventory, enters and charges medication orders, files original orders and appropriate records.
- Monitors outstanding and incomplete sign out narcotic sheets.
- Performs duties of the pharmacist under the direct supervision of the pharmacist:
- Reads and interprets copies of physician’s orders and inters them into a computerized profile system.
- Performs therapeutic interchange protocols, IV to Oral conversions, interpret laboratory data, notify physicians of drug therapy recommendations based on results of laboratory data, as approved by the medical staff.
- Assists with the departments performance improvement program. Collect data, note trends, and suggest improvements, increase patient care and safety. Also assists and monitors with drug utilization reviewing evaluations within the institution
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, May 2005
Bachelor of Arts, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, June 1995
CERTIFIED IMMUNIZATION PHARMACIST
CERTIFIED COMPOUNDING PHARMACIST
CERTIFIED IN AUTOMATIC BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR TESTING TECHNIQUE
CERTIFIED IN FIRST AID AND CPR (Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers)
OSHA-Blood-borne pathogens PPL trained
PHARMACIST PRECEPTOR LICENSE
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