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Pharmacist with both Inpatient, Outpatient and Management Experience

Location:
Suffolk, VA
Salary:
150,000
Posted:
October 05, 2018

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IMMANUEL S. WATKINS .

**** ******* ***** *****, *******, VA 23435 757-***-**** cell ac7aml@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Doctor of Pharmacy (Magna Cum Laude), Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia, August 2006

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Biology Minor, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA August 2002

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

United States Navy DOD Civilian Pharmacist

Adjunct Professor Old Dominion University

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia (August 2010-Present)

Process Improvement Pharmacist (May 2018-Current) Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA

•Using data collected on a daily basis from Q-Flow, P2000, CHCS and GSL Operating systems to improve pharmacy production and efficiency via a modified Lean Six Sigma methodology.

•Meet with pharmacy managers to discuss avenues of approach for process improvement ranging from patient safety, waiting times and operating systems proficiency and efficiency

•Act as the liaison between the pharmacy staff personnel and pharmacy management and leadership to address concerns and all aspects of outpatient pharmacy safety and improvement

•Enter and review patient provided pharmacy comment cards and provide feedback and recommendations for improvement to pharmacy management and leadership

Outpatient Staff Pharmacist (May 2017-May 2018) Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA

•Review both in house and outside provider prescriptions and Emergency Room discharges meds

•Provided Clinical pharmacy drug information for all physicians, physician assistants, nursing staff, and patients

•Clear all severe and moderate clinical screenings on various drug-drug interactions. Give and receive prescriptions copies.

•Extremely knowledgeable and experienced with CHCS I&II, Pharmacy 2000, Parata Max robotics, Q-Flow, Essentris, ALTHA, Lexi-Comp online, Kronos, SLDCADA and Pyxis & Pyxis Connect computer systems and databases

Overnight Inpatient Pharmacist (August 2010-May 2017) Naval Medical Center Portsmouth,VA

•Review all inpatient medication orders and Emergency Room discharges meds

•Provided Clinical pharmacy drug information for all providers, nursing staff, and discharged patients

•Supervise all sterile and non-sterile product preparations of the overnight pharmacy technicians

•Extremely knowledgeable and experienced with CHCS I&II, Essentris, ALTHA, Lexi-Comp online, and Pyxis & Pyxis Connect hospital computer systems and databases

Adjunct Professor (April 2011-Present) Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

•Lecture Doctor of Physical Therapy Students in the Pharmacokinetics of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Antibiotics, Movement Disorders, Inflammatory Diseases and Pharmacologic Management of the Geriatric Client/HIV/AIDS

United States Army Pharmacy Officer (October 2006-June 2010)

Clinical Rounding and Inpatient Pharmacist (April 2010-June 2010) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Provided clinical pharmacy service bi-weekly within the wards and clinics of the facility

•Provided Inpatient pharmacy services and extremely knowledgeable and experienced with CHCS I&II, Essentris, ALTHA, and VISTA hospital computer systems

Hospital Medication Management Coordinator (Jan 2009-April 2010) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise and chair the hospitals monthly Functional Management Team (FMT) meetings

•Insure all Wards and Clinics are meeting the MM standards set by The Joint Commission

•Conduct monthly and weekly section, ward, and clinic tracers

•Create and execute process improvement ideas and strategies with FMT

Outpatient Pharmacy Officer in Charge (Jan 2009-Sept 2009) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise and manage 10 pharmacist and 26 technicians

•Oversee 2 million dollar rotating inventory and over $500,000 of pharmacy automation

•Oversee the dispensing of 21,000 prescriptions monthly with an error rate of less than 1%

•Direct advisor of the Pharmacy Division Chief/Director

•Experience with Parata, McKesson, ScriptPro, Q-Matic and Pharmacy 2000 automation

Chief/Director of Pharmacy Services (Sept 07-Jan 09) 86th Combat Support Hospital Mosul, Iraq

•Supervise both inpatient and outpatient pharmacy services

•Sole Drug information specialist for the Combat Support Hospital (CSH)

•Conduct daily rounds with the CSH Health Care Team

•Direct advisor to the Hospital Commander/Director

Officer in Charge of Satellite Refill Pharmacy (Jan 07-Sept 07) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise 5 technicians and the hospitals automated refill system

•Oversee the hospitals Health Promotion clinical services

Medical Service Corps Officer Basic Course (Oct 06-Jan 07) San Antonio, Texas

Walgreens (Pharmacy/Graduate) Intern (May 03-Oct 06) Hampton, Virginia

VA Hospital & Farm Fresh Pharmacy Intern (Aug 02-May03) Hampton, Virginia

Drug Center & Wal-Mart Pharmacy Technician (May 1999- Aug 02) Norfolk, Virginia

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS

Pancreatic Cancer Banquet Guest Speaker

[Purple for Pancreatic Cancer] presented to 85 guest in Memory of Mr. Michael Brown

at the Comfort Inn & Suites Ballroom (Sept 23, 2016) Suffolk, VA

Pharmacokinetics of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Antibiotics, Movement Disorders, Inflammatory Diseases and Pharmacologic Management of the Geriatric Client/HIV/AIDS [In Class Lectures] presented to Physical Therapy Students at Old Dominion University (April 26, 2011-Present) Norfolk, VA

Outpatient Pharmacy Training Do’s and Don’ts

[How to prepare for Joint Commission] presented to the GLWACH Outpatient Pharmacy staff (Jan 14, 2010) Fort Leonard Wood, MO

Joint Commission Medication Management Standard 05.01.01

[How to appropriately conduct as pharmacist review when a pharmacist or licensed independent practioner is not present] presented to the General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital (GLWACH) Nursing and medical staff (Nov 23, 2009) Fort Leonard Wood, MO

The Joint Commission Medication Management Update for GLWACH 2009

[How to avoid and correct the nationwide top findings] presented GLWACH medical staff (August 20, 2009) Fort Leonard Wood, MO

United States Army Medical Department Activity Regulation 40-19

[Medication Management Medical Services] (Nov 16, 2009) Fort Leonard Wood, MO

“Pharmacy Benefits of Active Duty personnel and dependents”

Published in the FLW Army Guidon newpaper July 2009 Fort Leonard Wood, MO

“Why we moved” (Questions and answers to the hospitals renovations)

Published in the FLW Army Guidon newspaper June 2009 Fort Leonard Wood, MO

“GLWACH’s health promotion pharmacy service”

Published in the FLW Army Guidon newspaper April 2009 Fort Leonard Wood, MO

LICENSURE

Licensed Pharmacist in Commonwealth of Virginia

Chronological years of Military Service

United States Army Pharmacy Officer (October 2006-Present)

Hospital Medication Management Coordinator (Mar 2009-June 2010) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise and chair the hospitals monthly Functional Management Team (FMT) meetings

•Insure all Wards and Clinics are meeting the MM standards set by The Joint Commission

•Conduct monthly and weekly section, ward, and clinic tracers

•Create and execute process improvement ideas and strategies with FMT

Outpatient Pharmacy Officer in Charge (Jan 2009-Mar 2010) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise and manage 10 pharmacist and 26 technicians

•Oversee 2 million dollar rotating inventory and over $500,000 of pharmacy automation

•Oversee the dispensing of 21,000 prescriptions monthly with an error rate of less than 1%

•Direct advisor of the Pharmacy Division Chief/Director

Chief/Director of Pharmacy Services (Sept 07-Jan 09) 86th Combat Support Hospital Mosul, Iraq

•Supervise both inpatient and outpatient pharmacy services

•Sole Drug information specialist for the Combat Support Hospital (CSH)

•Conduct daily rounds with the CSH Health Care Team

•Direct advisor to the Hospital Commander/Director

Pharmacy Officer in Charge of Satellite/Refill Pharmacy (Jan 07-Sept 07) Ft Leonard Wood, MO

•Supervise 5 technicians and the hospitals automated refill system

•Oversee the hospitals Health Promotion clinical services

Medical Service Corps Officer Basic Course (Oct 06-Jan 07) San Antonio, Texas

•1 of 4 Pharmacist in this class

Army Reserve Educational Delay Program (Aug 02-Oct 06) Hampton University Hampton, VA

•Earned Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (magna cum laude)

Reserve Officer Training Corps (May 99-Aug 02) Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

•Earned BS in Biochemistry and minor in Biology

•Commissioned as a Medical Service Corps Reserve Officer

•Granted and Educational Delay to pursue Doctor of Pharmacy degree

United States Marine Corps Nuclear Biological Chemical Warfare Defense Specialist (August 1995-May 1999)

NBC/MBST/SACO/ Weight Control NCO (July 98 – May 99) Quantico, Virginia

•NBC NCO, Substance Abuse Coordinating Officer (SACO)

•Marine Battle Skills Training NCO (MBST)

•Weight Control NCO for Headquarters and Service Battalion, MCCDC

NBC NCO 3rd Battalion 12th Marine Division (July 97-98) Okinawa, Japan

•Hand Receipt holder of 1 million dollars of NBC equipment and gear

•Responsible for maintaining NBC qualifications for 240 Marines

NBC Non-NCO (Mar 96 – Jul 97) Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC

Nuclear Biological Chemical Warfare Defense School (Jan 96- Mar 96) Ft McClellan, AL

Marine Corps Combat Training (Nov 95 –Dec 95) Camp Geiger, NC

Marine Corps Basic Training (Aug 95- Nov 95) Marine Corps Recruiting Depot, Paris Island, SC

Immanuel S. Watkins, PharmD, BS Biochemistry



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