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Pharmacy Medical

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Glenview, IL
Posted:
January 03, 2020

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MASOOD AHMED

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position in Health Care Pharmacy Professions like Hospital Pharmacy, Nursing Home Pharmacy, Retail Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Industry in growth orient environment where training, experience, and abilities are valued.

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND:

OCTOBER 1988 – AUGUST 2017 Supervisor & Coordinator of Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services at King Saud University Medical City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

ADDRESS IN U.S.A.: 10015-Frontage Road Unit B, Skokie, IL, 60077 U.S.A.

E-MAIL ADDRESS: ada7c4@r.postjobfree.com

CONTACT# 1+224-***-****.

NATIONALITY: United States of America

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

MARCH 28, 1979 -- AUGUST 20, 1979

PHARMACY:

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, USA

Attended & Completed ESL Course.

Attended advanced courses of Pharmacy.

AUGUST 13, 1974 – JUNE 26, 1977

PHARMACY:

UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI, PAKISTAN

BACHELOR OF PHARMACY

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

KING KHALID UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, RIYADH, KINGDOM OF SAUDI-ARABIA.

OCTOBER 1988 – AUGUST 2017

Supervisor and Coordinator for Ambulatory Care Pharmacy

HOSPITAL PHARMACIST

I was mainly involved as an active and vital member of pharmacy department in the state of art pharmacy practice similar to experiences at teaching hospitals in the U.S.A. and Canada.

Pharmacy Service which include unit dose dispensing system, I. V. Admixture, Cytotoxic preparation, TPN Program, Drug and Poison Information Service, Unique Satellite Pharmacy Service and Ambulatory Care Services.

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

-During the past few years, I was actively engaged in Ambulatory Care Services to supervise and coordinate various university pharmacies.

Supervised the work of technical, professional, and subordinate supervisors for the smooth running of a pharmacy.

Involved in producing, preparing and compounding prescription as demanded by a physician according to enacted practice of the profession, as well as the policies and requirement of the hospital, and make sure drugs prescribe dispensed accurately. Monitored dose and make sure patients are aware of how often the drugs need to be taken and possible side effects.

Engaged with teams, future focus, helping peoples, continuity of relationship, problem solving, innovative thinking, apply medical knowledge, interpreting laboratory values, collaboration and education with other professionals.

As a Pharmacy Supervisor have the responsibility of, make sure that everyone has the information and resources their need to get their work done.

Direction to subordinates as required using standard policies, procedures and guidelines. Prioritizes and coordinates work, provides leadership to and reviews the work of assigned staff

Maintained and reviews most effective scheduling of staff to meet the needs and goals of business unit; assigns workload to staff to meet completion dates/deadlines

Analyzed, researches and prepares various reports for management on assigned topics as needed

Interview, hiring new employees, ensuring appropriate training, conducts performance reviews, counsels employees and takes appropriate disciplinary action

Works with peers/staff to create, modify and ensure standardized procedure

Administratively I was mainly focused and involved in various project for initiating, developing, and establishing the new pharmacies at various campuses of King Saud University Medical City and King Saud University Hospital, which is as follows:

KSU Muzahimiyah Campus Pharmacy

KSU Girls Campus Pharmacy

KSU Preparatory Year Campus Pharmacy.

Updating and upgrading the pre-existing Pharmacies are also my primary responsibilities like:

KSU Boys Health Clinic Pharmacy

KSU Boys Housing Health Clinic Pharmacy

KSU Dirriyah Staff Housing Health Clinic Pharmacy.

My major administrative contribution was also, in writing and subsequent approval of the policies and procedures of KSU Pharmacies as per the guidelines of the department and Preparation of drugs formulary and updating the medication list of KSU Pharmacies.

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIESE:

Throughout my pharmacy carrier, I had a mission and vision to train with high quality pharmacy practice training to foster the concept that the Pharmacist, Residents trainer will be responsible and accountable for optimal pharmaceutical care of patients and pharmacy staff.

Training program I developed aim to produce a pharmacist who will be able to interact effectively with the medical teams for safe and accurate and effective use of medications.

Teaching of maintaining competency in unique aspects of drug therapy for the patients for which they provide care, including factors related to the patients of all age groups (neonate, pediatrics, adults, and geriatrics)

Make them responsible and accountable for provision of safe, effective and prompt medication therapy, trained them as a drug information resource and counseling for patients and patient family.

Cover drug information center when needed, cove on call poisoning

Developed therapeutic care plans, educating the therapeutic alternatives for achieving outcomes.

To ensure that pharmacists, residents and technicians maintain, and enhance their competency and knowledge through participation in ongoing and specialized training programs in various areas of Pharmacy expertise.

Arranged seminar for pharmacy staff at Baxter Company in U.S.A in the year of 1998, was my great contribution & accomplishment of teaching, training and continue education for KSUMC.

My recent trip to University of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A. for staff development program for the KSUMC staff and foster the establishing the historical relationship between these two great institution of excellences (KSUMC & UIC) was the vote of confidence of pharmacy administration and hospital administration.

In the past, my involvement and contributions in In-Patient Pharmacy Services includes unit dose system, I.V. Admixture, Cytotoxic drugs preparation, Satellite pharmacy services, and total parenteral nutrition program

Very first TPN Macro size machine introduced in the year of 1991. As it provided enormous time saving

LYPHOMED PHARMACEUTICAL INC., MELROSE PARK, ILLINOIS, U.S.A

APRIL 21, 1986 – OCTOBER 29, 1987

FORMULATION CHEMIST:

Worked as a Pharmaceutical Formulation Chemist. Participated in manufacture of pharmaceutical products.

Mainly involved in the production of critical care parenteral pharmaceuticals to the health care industry.

Formulated various pharmaceuticals concentrates in the area of production size batches of I.V.I.M, I.V. Admixture of Varity of Anti-Biotics, Anti-Inflammatory, Multivitamins, pre and post- operative and Chemotherapy medications.

Enforced, GMP, SOP, FDA, and OSHA Regulations in all areas of work.

This past experience in U.S.A, at one of the leading Generic Pharmaceutical Company in Chicago "Lyphomed Pharmaceutical Inc, U.S.A. and at King Khalid University Hospital in Riyadh, has developed some interest in the field of “Pharmacovigilance” and attended Pharmacovigilance symposium in Riyadh “Drug Safety a Global Concern” trained me in the field of pharmaceutical Industry provided me fare experience in the area of regulatory affairs of Pharmaceutical Industry i.e.

Introduction to good manufacturing practice (GMP)

Certification of Pharmaceutical Companies/Plants

G.M.P. documentations

Production Modules

Premises' and Plants Layout Designing

Sanitation and Hygiene Equipment’s

Fundamental of Drug Discovery, Development (US)

Drug Registration Dossier

Stability Testing Finished Products

Important of Marketing Research in Pharmaceutical Industry Co-Promotion & Co. Marketing in Pharmaceutical Industry. S.O.P.

Worked closely with research scientist in the area of new product project and interfaces with research and development department.

TWIN CITY GERIATRIC DRUGS, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, U.S.A.

JULY 28, 1979 – APRIL 30, 1980

PHARMACY INTERN:

Acquired experience in dealing with spectrum of Nursing Home Pharmacy Services.

Disseminated Pharmaceutical Services to more than 45 Nursing Homes in the Twin city area.

Maintained emphasis on unit dose distribution and dispensing function by preparing drugs and labels for new order processing as practiced by departmental policy.

Administered refills in medications cart as required in patient drug profile.

Worked with exchange and units dose medications on the nursing units.

Conducted counseling on the drug therapy for geriatric patients, reported and documented adverse drug-drug interactions.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, K.S.A

Medical Board of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Minnesota Board of Pharmacy, Minnesota U.S.A

Illinois Professional Group licensed by Illinois Department of Registration and Education. U.S.A

Pharmacy Council of Sindh, Karachi, Sind Pakistan



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