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Pharmacy Medical

Huntington Station, NY
October 08, 2018

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Bibi Miriam Khan, Pharm.D

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Melville, NY 11747

631-***-**** (cell)



August 2014 – June 2018 Touro College of Pharmacy

New York, NY

Doctor of Pharmacy

September 2010 – May 2014 State University of New York Stony Brook

Stony Brook, New York

Bachelor of Science Biochemistry


September 2018 – October 2021 Registered Pharmacist License No. 064809

New York Board of Pharmacy

June 2015 – June 2020 Pharmacy Intern License No. 094328

New York Board of Pharmacy

June 2016- Present Basic Life Support Provider

American Heart Association

June 2016-Present Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery

American Pharmacists Association

May 2017 – June 2017 Omnicare Infusion Services

Certificate of Completion

Kim D. Hebert BSN, RN Omnicare of Plainview






May 2018 – Present Pharmacy Consultant

ASC Pharmacy Solutions

Northport, NY

Perform pharmacy inspections for expired medications and proper storage

Complete pharmacy inspection reports to be sent out to the Department of Health

Check audits for controlled anesthesia medications to deter diversion.

August 2007 – August 2009 Beauty Advisor, Sales Clerk


Anaheim, California

Attended customers with daily cosmetic products questions.

Completed new cosmetic displays.

Performed daily merchandise inventory.

Assisted in the pharmacy with organizing medications.



June 2015- July 2015 Community Practice

Rite Aid,

Huntington, New York

Preceptor: Grace LaRocca, RPh

Assisted and prepared medication orders

Counseled patients on OTC medications.

Ordered medications from provided vendors.


January 2017- February 2017 Community Practice

Rite Aid, Port Washington, NY

Preceptor: Ryan Baist Pharm.D

Preparing and dispensing medications

Receiving verbal prescriptions from physicians

Counseled patients on OTC medications and prescriptions

Recommended nonprescription medications

February 2017 – March 2017 Ambulatory Care

Mount Sinai Beth Israel, NY

Preceptor: William Olsufka Pharm.D, BCPP

Counseling patients in clinic on psychotropic medications

Conducted daily rounds in psychiatric unit for monitoring and assessment of appropriate therapy

Performed pharmacokinetic calculations for dosage recommendations

Recommending appropriate drug regimen based on thorough medication history

April 2017 – May 2017 Institutional Practice

Huntington Hospital, NY

Preceptor: Robert Berger Pharm.D, MBA, BCPS

Attended P&T committee meetings

Daily rounds with Infectious Disease Consult services

Monitored and Assessed Appropriateness of Therapy

Assisted in generating Pivot tables for hospital inpatient data

May 2017 – June 2017 Sterile Intravenous Compounding

Omnicare at Plainview, NY

Lorraine Zinga RPh

Assisted and Prepared IV Sterile Medications for various Long term care facilities

Assisted in preparation of non-sterile medications

Conducted phone calls for refill requests and appropriateness of therapy

Adjusted medication doses based on medication levels

August 2017 – September 2017 Acute Care

Mount Sinai, New York

Preceptor: Brett Rollins Pharm.D, MS

Daily rounds with Heart Transplant and Heart Failure teams

Monitored and assessed appropriateness of transplant medications

Performed pharmacokinetic calculations for dosage adjustments on transplant medications

Patient counseling on Transplant medication regimens

Responding to drug information requests from physicians

October 2017 – November 2017 Non sterile and Sterile Compounding

Town Total Compounding, Woodbury, NY

Preceptor: Joseph Navarro RPh

Daily compounding of non-sterile medications pursuant to patient specific orders

Sterile compounding pursuant to USP 797 standards clean room which consisted of nasal and ophthalmic preparations

Performed monthly cleaning of the USP 797 clean room and ante room

November 2017 – December 2017 Pharmacy Consultant

ASC Pharmacy Solutions, Northport, NY

Preceptor: George Scouras, RPh

Perform Pharmacy inspections for expired medications and proper storage

Complete Pharmacy inspection reports to be sent out to the Department of Health

Check audits for controlled anesthesia medications so that no diversion is reported

January 2018 – February 2018 Internal Medicine

Harlem Hospital, Harlem, NY

Preceptor: Umair Farooq, Pharm.D

Observed patients with the medical team in regards to proper medication therapy management

Updated the approved pharmacy recommendation through the hospital database program

Assisted the medical team in making proper medication choices in regards to dose, route, frequency etc.

February 2018 – March 2018 Medication Therapy Management

Paramount Speciality Pharmacy

Melville, NY

Preceptor: Jamie Kobren RPh, AAHIVP

Filled and dispensed specialty medication for HIV and HepC patients

Dispensed medications in Automed machine as well as pill boxes

Performed counseling services to patients on MIRIXA

Composed new medication counseling sheets for pharmacy staff


August 2010- October2013 Pediatric Medical Office Assistant

Well Care Pediatrics, Whitestone, NY

Observed and interacted with patients.

Analyzed patient records and filed medical records.

January 2011 – May 2012 Pediatric Nursing Volunteer

Stony Brook University Hospital, Stony Brook, New York

Assisted patients and nurses in the maternity ward.

Monitored patient vitals

Observed neonates in prenatal screening.


June 2015 “Over the Counter Medications: A Closer Look at Probiotics” presented to faculty and students, Touro College of Pharmacy, NY

Presentation on the different types of probiotics and appropriate recommendations for patients in the community setting

June 2015 “Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)” presented to faculty and students, Touro College of Pharmacy, NY

Background, symptoms of DVT

Current treatment and appropriate dosing


June 2016 “Journal Club: Levothyroxine Treatment of Subclinical Hypothyroidism, Fatal and Nonfatal Cardiovascular Events and

Mortality” presented to preceptor, residents, clinical coordinators and students, Huntington Hospital, NY

Beneficial outcome seen with younger individuals in terms of morbidity and mortality

April 2017 “POEM: SSRI on Bleeding Risk of in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation” presented to faculty at Mount Sinai Beth Israel

Case Presentation based on literature of how SSRI’s can affect patients with Atrial Fibrillation on Warfarin therapy

May 2017 “Implementation of Pharmacy Technician-centered medication reconciliation program” Presented to preceptor at Huntington Hospital

Future proposal based on literature for implementing Pharmacy Technicians for medication reconciliation and their beneficial outcomes

June 2017 “Patient Case on Osteomyelitis” Presented to preceptor and IV pharmacists at Omnicare at Plainview, NY

Background to Osteomyelitis, signs/symptoms, and treatment

Appropriateness of therapy and duration for patient selected

September 2017 “Journal Club: Lower Risk of Heart Failure and Death in Patients Initiated on Sodium


Glucose Cotransporter 2 Inhibitors versus other Glucose Lowering Drugs”

Presented to Faculty/Preceptor at Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY

The sodium glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitor class of medications reduce hospitalization for heart failure and death versus other main classes of glucose lowering drugs


January 2016- June 2016 Molecular Mechanism of H. Pylori induced

Damage to gastric epithelial cells (cag A and vac A).

Professor: Paramita Basu, Pharm. D.

Submission of Literature Review followed by study and formulation of study


Molecular response of the gastric epithelial cells to H. Pylori induced cell damage.

Genes affected by H. Pylori infection

Role of Cag A in gastric cancer


January 2015- December 2016 Fundraiser for needy children

of war-torn countries

Islamic Society of Orange County, Garden Grove, California

June 2015 Volunteer, World No Tobacco Day

Beach Clean up

Huntington Beach, California


August 2008 – May 2010 Deans List

California State University, Fullerton,


January 2007- May 2008 Deans List

Fullerton College, California

LANGUAGES Fluent in Pashto and Farsi


Flexible Team Player


Ability to Function as part of a multidisciplinary team

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