Hospital pharmacy in charge: Dr. ...

Outpatient Pharmacy Officer: Mr

Inpatient pharmacy:

 It consists of two parts: a warehouse for drugs and a warehouse. The task is to supply medicine and medical supplies, paraclinical units such as radiology and dentistry, etc., and critical parts such as an operating room and emergency room. There are two storage containers in the pharmacy, one drug and the other warehouse, from which these warehouses, the warehouses of other departments and units are recharged to keep their stocks at a constant level.
Other inpatient pharmacy unit jobs include:

  • Manage up-to-date medications near departments, units and pharmacies
  • Management of medication errors and complications in health care
  • Management of Riceral Drugs
  • Preventing the use of certain drugs, expensive drugs and drugs
  • Provide a list of injectable drugs, how to dilute them and their storage conditions
  • Make a list of refrigerated medicines and monitor how they are stored in the ward
  • Make a list of high alert drugs and monitor their proper labeling
  • Maintain a list of multiple dose and antiviral medications and monitor how they are used
  • Randomly check patient records and monitor the correct registration of drugs and supplies by departments and units
  • Monthly visits to departments and monitoring of the arrangement and maintenance of medicines and appliances and their physical inventory compliance with system inventory.


In addition to specific drug problems (dangerous drug interactions, medication errors, major bug fixes, etc.), fish are reviewed once a week in the Drug and Treatment Committee.
The number of patrons during the fall months, such as March and April, ranges from 1 to 5, with an average of 4 in other months.

Outpatient pharmacy:

The pharmacy operates in two shifts in the morning (from 2: 0-2) and in the afternoon (from 1 to 6:32).

Outpatient pharmacy personnel including nine pharmacy technicians and morning shift medication. 3 people are pharmaceutical technicians in the evening shift.

Patient Statistics Depending on the time of year: On average, the morning shift is 5 to 4 copies, and on the afternoon shift, the average is 2 to 4 copies.

Technical Officer: One pharmacist is in the morning shift.

Procedure: According to the implementation of the electronic prescription system, after the National Patient Code has been registered by the staff, the prescription is monitored by the control physician, and label printing and acceptance are performed.

After collecting the prescription drug, the prescriber will be given the technical responsibility to control the item - prescribe the drug and ultimately deliver the patient.

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