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Pharmacist

Location:
Tampa, FL
Posted:
December 29, 2019

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Ellamy L. Rhoads, RPh

**** * ******** *** *****: 813-***-****

Tampa, Florida 33614 E-mail: ada5y3@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

To join a pharmacy setting where I can bridge my knowledge of pharmacy with my extensive customer service skills to provide comprehensive, compassionate care to our community. EDUCATION

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, St. Petersburg, FL Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) 2014 – 2018

University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Cell and Molecular 2013 – 2013 University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Associate of Arts 2008 – 2013

CERTIFICATIONS

Florida Board of Pharmacy, Pharmacist (License: PS59237) Jun 2019 APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Aug 2016 APhA Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Feb 2017 – Feb 2020 AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) Aug 2018 – Aug 2020 EMPLOYMENT

IPS Customer Care Associate Jul 2003 – Present

Alorica, Tampa, FL

Manager: Dara Rose

Responsibilities:

o Customer service for United Parcel Service, including correspondence with their general, preferred, and enterprise customers, as well as with sales representatives, other department representatives, and package center personnel o Receive domestic and international inquiries via phone, fax, and e-mail o Review details through various systems to resolve requests o Calculate rates and transit times for current/future shipments o Determine required/missing customs documentation for international shipping o Provide transaction and/or claim documentation

o Review and process credits and adjustments

o Review usage and order company supplies for account holders o Dispatch assignments and urgent same day requests o Follow up with all service failures and urgent requests o Verify and complete account profile changes and updates o Assist in training, coaching, and management activities as needed o Contribute in creation and implementation of company-based programs

Programs used: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

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PHARMACIST INTERN EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING

Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience (8 weeks) Aug 2014 – May 2015

Walgreens #6674, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Fred Casale, PharmD

Responsibilities: Keeping Families Healthy Project and Presentation, organize and participate in a Community Health Screening

Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Aug 2015

Publix #582, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Jason Soberal, PharmD

Responsibilities: patient counseling of prescription medication and self-care therapies; enter prescription and insurance information in electronic system; pull and fill medication orders; answer the phone; transfer prescriptions; stock inventory; identify and pull expired medications

Hospital Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Jun 2016

St. Anthony’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

Preceptor: Donna Geeratisoontorn, PharmD

Responsibilities: participate in medication review and approval including P&T overrides in main Pharmacy and ER; participate in daily Antimicrobial Stewardship and weekly Journal Club meetings; review of quality measures and safety goals; medication error reporting and resolution; distribution of medications; stock and waste inventory; pharmacy rounding (Preop, Psychiatry, CVICU, Pastoral Care) including medication documentation and reconciliation Ambulatory Care I & II Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Sep – Oct 2017

Tampa General Medical Group – HealthPark Family Care Center, Tampa, FL Preceptor: Nishi Karamsadkar, PharmD, BCACP, CPh

Tampa General Medical Group – Kennedy Family Care Center, Tampa, FL Preceptor: Jessica Bianco, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS, CACP, CPh

Responsibilities: patient consultations for diabetes, anticoagulation, and transitions of care; write a SOAP note for each interaction and progress notes to physicians if necessary; review drug therapies and adjust medications as appropriate; medication reconciliations; contact patients to reschedule missed appointments; monthly expired medication checks

Pharmacy program used: Epic

Hospital Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Nov 2017

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Preceptor: Tabitha Hendricks, PharmD, RPh

Responsibilities: assist in developing medication- and condition-specific protocols; medication error and adverse drug reaction reporting and resolution; collection, review, and reporting of quality measures; pull or second-check patient-specific and Pyxis refill medications; prepare patient-specific and batch IV medications; load Pyxis and check for outdated or returned medications; order check-in/scanning; pack single-dose medications; answer the phone

Pharmacy program used: Meditech

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(Pharmacy Practice Experiences continued)

Adult Medicine I &II Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Dec 2017 – Jan 2018

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Preceptor: Tabitha Hendricks, PharmD, CPh

Responsibilities: review of hospital-wide culture results to determine validity of antibiotic regimen; VTE, stress ulcer prophylaxis, and renal dosing reports to identify renal dosing adjustments and IV to PO conversions; review medication override report to identify discrepancies; review outdate reports to identify expired medications; pharmacokinetic dosing of vancomycin; Procrit dose adjustments and/or pre-infusion patient interviews; provider and/or patient contact for medication recommendations and changes after discharge; daily pharmacy patient rounding; daily direct admit, inpatient, discharge, and cardiac rehabilitation medication reconciliations; patient rounding with attending physician and ARNP; discharge follow-up calls for Antimicrobial Stewardship Program

Pharmacy program used: Meditech

Community Pharmacy Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Feb 2018

MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Jim Nunamaker, PharmD

Responsibilities: review new electronic prescriptions with patients and update system entries as appropriate prior to activation of orders; cross-check electronic labels for paper prescriptions; pull and fill medication orders; dispense medications to patients; counsel patients about proper use of OTC and prescription medications as necessary; transfer medications to/from other pharmacies; contact physician offices for prescription clarification; assist in inventory ordering; stock inventory; identify and pull expired medications; patient consults in Wellness Clinic

Pharmacy programs used: PharmAssist, CHCS, GSL

Specialty Pharmacy Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Jun 2018

Walgreens #13630, Largo, FL

Preceptor: Mark Percifield, PharmD

Responsibilities: pull, fill, and dispense medication orders; complete retail sales; OTC product recommendations; counsel patients about use of OTC and prescription medications; record verbal prescriptions; transfer medications to/from other pharmacies; contact physician offices for prescription clarification; medication delivery to physician offices; contact patients to discuss new medication therapies and/or refill reminders; welcome transplant recipients to the Specialty Pharmacy and explain services provided; assist in inventory ordering; stock inventory; identify and pull expired medications; compound checks

Pharmacy programs used: Intercom Plus, SR2, Mirixa, Outcomes MTM Medication Therapy Management Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Jul 2018

Walgreens #03829, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Ashley Huff, PharmD

Responsibilities: OTC product recommendations; counsel patients about use of OTC and prescription medications; conduct TMR and CMR interviews and document interactions accordingly

Pharmacy programs used: Intercom Plus, Mirixa, Outcomes MTM Curriculum Vitae Page 4

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(Pharmacy Practice Experiences continued)

Infectious Diseases Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Aug 2018

Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Michael Kirsch, PharmD

Responsibilities: identify and recommend antibiotic renal dosing adjustments and IV to PO conversions; determine re-initiation of completed antibiotic therapies; review medication override report to identify discrepancies; review ED culture results to determine if modification of prescribed antibiotic therapy required; daily topic discussions; attend weekly Pharmacy Department pulse meetings

Pharmacy programs used: Cerner, Theradoc, Pharmacy Assistant, Medication Manager Drug Information Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Sep 2018

Clinical Pharmacology Service, Tampa, FL

Preceptor: Daniel Buffington, PharmD, MBA

Responsibilities: research pharmacological aspects of various influences in trial cases; drug monographs; compilation of material for specific topics to create a topic library; outline the CMR and TMR processes for aid in production of new MTM system; creation of “Introduction to Pharmacy” modules for education of international staff PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

Myasthenia Gravis and Organophosphate Poisoning Oct 2015

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: present to professor and classmates about cholinergic transmission Smoking Cessation Sep 2015

Palm Harbor Middle School, Palm Harbor, FL

Activity: small group presentations of AHEC tobacco and smoking cessation materials to middle school students, grades 6 and 7

Generation Rx, Great American Teach-In Nov 2015

Tampa Bay Technical High School, Tampa, FL

Activity: present about prescription drug abuse, as well as our journeys to becoming pharmacists and pharmacist roles and responsibilities in health care to high school students Drug-Induced Acute Kidney Injury Nov 2015

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: present to professor and classmates about various forms of acute kidney injury IPPE Keeping Families Healthy, Family Health Project Dec 2015

Walgreens #6674, Tampa, FL

Activity: present to preceptor dietary, exercise, and medication use recommendations in attempt to improve health status and education of a patient and his family Curriculum Vitae Page 5

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(Projects & Presentations continued)

Bacterial Meningitis in the case of JD Feb 2016

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: present to professor and classmates about glucocorticoid therapy and other approaches for treatment of bacterial meningitis

Periodontitis in the case of RM Mar 2016

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: present to professor and classmates about peridontitis, the signs and symptoms, risk factors, and complications of this disease, as well as treatment and prevention strategies Postobstructive Pneumonia Jun 2016

St. Anthony’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: review and presentation of “Postobstructive Pneumonia: An Underdescribed Syndrome”

(Clin Infect Dis, Feb 2016. doi: 10.1093/cid/civ1212) to pharmacy staff and students IVIG Infusion Rate Charts Jun 2016

St. Anthony’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

Activity: created standardized weight-based IVIG Infusion Rate Charts for hospital staff as part of medication error resolution per request of Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator, William Braun Efficacy and Safety of Degludec Sep 2017

TGH HealthPark Family Care Center, Tampa, FL

Activity: journal club; review and presentation of “Efficacy and Safety of Degludec versus Glargine in Type 2 Diabetes” (New England Journal of Medicine, Aug 2014. doi: 10.1056/nejmoa1615692) to preceptor and student pharmacist Tapering Proton Pump Inhibitors Sep 2017

TGH HealthPark Family Care Center, Tampa, FL

Activity: co-authored the first edition of the pharmacy newsletter – Rx Corner: The HealthPark Edition. The newsletter was initiated to inform physicians and other pharmacists of important pharmaceutical concepts. Newsletter topic: Tapering Proton Pump Inhibitors Atrial Fibrillation in the case of WD Oct 2017

TGH Kennedy Family Care Center, Tampa, FL

Activity: independent case study review; presentation to preceptor and student pharmacist about the signs and symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, complications, and treatment and prevention strategies of atrial fibrillation, as well as an assessment of therapy in the case of WD Antimicrobial Stewardship Nov 2017

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Activity: in-service presentation about antimicrobial stewardship, the fight against antimicrobial resistance, and the role of nurses in antimicrobial therapy to nursing staff Curriculum Vitae Page 6

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(Projects & Presentations continued)

Treatment Effectiveness in Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Nov 2017

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Activity: journal club; review and presentation of “Treatment effectiveness of alemtuzumab compared with natalizumab, fingolimod, and interferon beta in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: a cohort study” (Lancet Neurol, Feb 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1474- 4422(17)30007-8) to pharmacy staff and students

Acid-Base Disorders Dec 2017

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Activity: lecture presentation of acid-base disorders to pharmacy staff and students DKA vs. HHS Jan 2018

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Activity: in-service presentation about the difference between diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic states with a focus on education about insulin types and dosing schedules to nursing staff and pharmacy students

HB’s Hum-Bugs Jan 2018

DeSoto Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, FL

Activity: independent case study review; presentation to pharmacy, nursing, and administration staff and pharmacy students about the signs and symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, complications, and treatment and prevention strategies of influenza, pneumonia, and sepsis, as well as an assessment of therapy in the case of HB Neti for the Nose Feb 2018

MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, FL

Activity: present to preceptor and pharmacy staff and students about patient counseling for use of a Neti Pot including proper preparation and technique, side effects, and safety precautions Aimovig (Erenumab) May 2018

Walgreens #13630, Largo, FL

Activity: drug monograph; present medication to preceptor, local store managers, and physician including drug class, indication, dose, administration, contraindications, interactions, warnings/precautions, adverse reactions, formulations, storage, and financial assistance Influenza Vaccine in Adult Solid-Organ Transplant Recipients Jun 2018

Walgreens #13630, Largo, FL

Activity: journal club; review and presentation of “A Double-Blind, Randomized Trial of High-Dose vs Standard-Dose Influenza Vaccine in Adult Solid-Organ Transplant Recipients” (Clin Infect Dis, May 2018. https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/cix1082) to pharmacy staff and students Hepatitis C in the case of CO Jun 2018

Walgreens #13630, Largo, FL

Activity: independent case study review; presentation to pharmacy staff about the signs and symptoms, risk factors, screening recommendations, diagnosis, complications, and treatment and prevention strategies of hepatitis C, as well as an assessment of therapy in the case of CO Curriculum Vitae Page 7

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(Projects & Presentations continued)

Antibiotics in Stage IV Sacral Pressure Ulcers Aug 2018

Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL

Activity: journal club; review and presentation of “Osteomyelitis Complicating Sacral Pressure Ulcers: Whether or Not to Treat with Antibiotic Therapy” (Clin Infect Dis, Jul 2018. doi: 10.1093/cid/ciy559) to pharmacy staff and students, and Infectious Diseases physician ACTIVITIES

Screenings:

Walgreens Wellness Health Screening Oct 2014

Walgreens Operation Immunization Flu Clinic & BP Screening Sep 2014

ASP Operation Heart Saturday Morning Market Screening Nov 2014

Lifestyles After 50 Largo Cultural Center Health Fair Nov 2014

Great Gator Health Fair, St. Petersburg, FL Nov 2014

FSHP Brown Bag Event Nov 2014

World AIDS Day Health Fair Dec 2014

APhA/ASP Operation Immunization Flu Clinic – Feeding Tampa Bay Sep 2016

Sunshine City Gator Health Fair Jan 2017

Toby’s RV Park Health Fair Jan 2018

Community Service:

UF COP Career Day Nov 2015

FSHP-SW Annual Residency Showcase Mar 2016

FSHP Ronald McDonald House Oct 2016

UF COP Career Day Oct 2016

Paint Your Heart Out, Tampa Apr 2018

Blast at the Park Apr 2018

Feeding America Tampa Bay May 2018

Meals on Wheels Jun 2018

Competition:

FSHP Annual Clinical Skills Competition Oct 2016 REFERENCES

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