GILBERT B. TCHOUYA, PHARM. D. REGISTERED PHARMACIST
817-***-**** firstname.lastname@example.org Hurst, TX 76053
Highly motivated, reliable, hardworking, and licensed Registered Pharmacist with the aptitude to mature into an exemplary clinical/staff pharmacist.
Natural Team Player:
oHave the ability to work with several culturally diversified teams of healthcare personnel in delivering quality patient care.
Solid Clinical Acumen:
oVastly knowledgeable in the therapeutic management of various disease states, proper interpretation of lab values, and accurate calculation of dosing requirements and/or necessary dosing adjustments.
oAble to review medication orders and evaluates appropriateness and completeness of orders with consideration given to the special needs and behaviors of the specific age group served. Obtains patient prescription and assists physician, as necessary, in formulating prescriptions and monitoring regimen.
Strong Work Ethics:
oDedicated professional that deploys excellent communication skills, a sense of self-accountability, respectfulness, self-discipline, and the “extra mile” needed to support individual or team efforts toward achieving desired outcomes.
Physical and Mental Dexterity:
oAbility to stand, sit, walk, bend, and lift objects as necessary for long shifts/work periods. Remains calm and focused, even while operating under pressure.
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.) Xavier University of Louisiana May 2017
Registered Pharmacist License, Texas State Lic. No: # 62480 Texas State Board of Pharmacy Current Unrestricted
Basic Cardiac Life Support for Healthcare Providers Certificate (CPR) AHA Current unrestricted
National Sterile Product Training for Pharmacist IV Certification Current
Staff Pharmacist Sana Compounding Pharmacy Irving, TX – June 2018 to present
Adequately promptly compounds commercially unavailable medication quantities & components for select disease states such as erectile dysfunction, hormone replacement/fertility, weight loss, pain management, and wound care.
Educate prescribers on cost-effective alternative medications that are commercially ready in desired doses/quantities.
Repackage and labels compounded pharmaceutical products in accordance with federal and local rules & regulations.
Knowledgeable in the proper use and handling of sterile and hazardous medications. Compounds and handles sterile and hazardous medications in accordance with established guidelines and regulations
Where applicable, compound pharmaceuticals in an aseptic fashion according to literature guidelines. Compounds specialty drug products. Uses aseptic technique when compounding sterile drug products. Completes accurate documentation of items compounded
Student Clinical Pharmacist University Medical Center – New Orleans (UMCNO) New Orleans, LA, Ambulatory Care – Coumadin & Diabetes Clinics, 2016
Served a patient population with high prevalence in diabetes, and high-risk blood clot conditions, leading to an in-depth, practical exposure in the management of diabetes and anticoagulation therapy.
Conducted physical exams in search of any potential complications that may be present from the use of warfarin and/or other anticoagulation medication side effects.
Recommended alternative therapeutic regimens to the physician for uncontrolled blood glucose levels, according to American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines.
Counseled diabetic patients on lifestyle modifications, self-monitoring blood glucose and insulin administration techniques, and the relevant knowledge points for the effective use of other antidiabetic medications like metformin.
Student Hospital Pharmacist West Jefferson Medical Center New Orleans, LA – Inpatient Pharmacy, 2017
Blended in effortlessly into the inpatient pharmacy team and operations that served several medical units of a 446-bed level 1 trauma medical center or institution.
Compounded sterile IV solutions or drug products using aseptic technique, while ensuring the proper storage requirements are met per USP 797and 800 guidelines, and the pharmacy’s policies and procedures.
Coordinated with nursing staff to assure the most cost-effective method of delivery is utilized to achieve expected outcomes
Student Pharmacist Omnicare New Orleans, LA – Long Term Pharmacy, 2016
Conducted comprehensive medication reviews in terms of cost- effectiveness most beneficial to patients.
Educated patients on how to make healthier dietary choices.
Student Clinical Pharmacist Slidell Memorial Hospital New Orleans, LA – Inpatient Pharmacy (Transitional Care), 2017
Worked up 8 to 10 patients daily.
Collaborated with both patients and the caregiver(s) in delivering accurate medication reconciliation processes
Counselled patients daily on the continued, proper use of prescribed home medications upon discharge from the hospital.
Entered medication orders into the computer system and dispenses medications in an accurate and timely manner in appropriate quantities based on stability,
Knowledgeable in various infusion related therapies and ability to work through the complexity of therapy related orders.
Complied with all applicable Federal, State pharmacy rules and regulations related to dispensing, controlled substances
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
References available upon request