Pharmacy Resident Salary in United States

To get your salary data, use the search bar below or browse by job, city, or state.
loading...

Job title is required

loading...

Job location is required.

Average Salary for Pharmacy Resident in United States

The average salary of a(n) Pharmacy Resident in United States is $66,448.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Pharmacy Resident in United States is $31.95.

The average bonus of a(n) Pharmacy Resident in United States is $983.00.

Job Description:

Dispenses and compounds prescribed medications, drugs, and other pharmaceuticals for patient care, under strict supervision and according to professional standards and State and Federal regulatory requirements. Requires a minimum of a bachelor's degree in pharmacy and acceptance within an accredited clinical residency program. Reviews and monitors medication therapy and orders written by appropriate caregivers for safety and effectiveness in accordance with established procedures and considering specific patient conditions and health status. Prepares, labels, and dispenses medications for patients in accordance with Physicians' prescriptions and in compliance with Federal, State, and local laws and regulations pertaining to the dispensing of drugs and narcotics and the maintenance of required records. Compounds medications, using standard formulas and processes, such as weighing, measuring, and mixing ingredients. Maintains appropriate records of dispensing, and oversees and maintains the systems that charge or credit for medications and medication treatments. Answers questions and provides information to pharmacy customers on drug interactions, side effects, dosages, and storage of pharmaceuticals. Maintains established procedures concerning quality assurance, security of controlled substances, and disposal of hazardous waste drugs. Provides drug information and educates caregivers and patients regarding medications and their proper use and monitoring. Ensures that proper documentation is completed for all medications, with particular attention on controlled substances. Maintains all equipment and systems used in the preparation, oversight, and dispensing of medications. Ensures that appropriate medications are available, ordered, prepared, stored, and maintained. May analyze medications to determine identify, purity, and strength. Less

Dispenses and compounds prescribed medications, drugs, and other pharmaceuticals for patient care, under strict supervision and according to professional standards and State and Federal regulatory requirements. Requires a minimum of a bachelor's degree in pharmacy and acceptance within an accredited... More

How helpful is this page?

Are you a(n) Pharmacy Resident?

Get a more personalized salary report now. Get Report

Average Salaries for Similar Jobs in United States

Job Openings by Indeed job search

Results for Pharmacy Resident in United States

Pharmacy Analyst - San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Health Plan

The Pharmacy Analyst is accountable for accurate and timely analysis of pharmacy claims transactions utilizing the pharmacy claims processing system and other...

View job on Indeed.com

Nurse Consultant (Pharmacy) - Orlando, FL

Westminster Retirement

Review resident data and medication orders for correctness. Various reports as requested by management, customers and residents....

View job on Indeed.com

Full Time Faculty- Pharmacy Practice (Admissions) - Columbia, SC

South University

The Faculty – Department of Pharmacy Practice reports to the Assistant Dean- Operations, School of Pharmacy, Columbia campus....

View job on Indeed.com

Pharmacy Technician - Lake Mary, FL

Partners Pharmacy

Partners Pharmacy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Experience in long term care or retail pharmacy environment....

View job on Indeed.com

Pharmacy Practice Resident - Chicago, IL

Chicago State University

This PGY -1 community pharmacy residency program is a partnership between Chicago State University College of Pharmacy and Walmart Pharmacy....

View job on Indeed.com

Discover How Much You
Should Be Paid

Work in Compensation or HR?    x