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Pharmacist 40 hrs/week

The Better Breathing, Better Living (BBBL) Grant Pharmacist is a split position primarily consisting of the clinical duties of coordinating concise inpatient care of COPD patients. Duties include medication reconciliation, medication therapy management in coordination with hospitalists, smoking cessation counseling, and coordination of discharge services. Developing a close professional relationship with patients while they are here in the hospital is critical to assist with improving adherence, inhaler technique, understanding of medication regimen, and to facilitate follow up after discharge. Cary Medical Center was awarded the BBBL Grant and was the hospital of origin for the program, which is being phased into 4 other hospitals (MDI, NMMC, Houlton, and Millinocket). The BBBL Pharmacist will also coordinate care for the COPD patients meeting the grant’s criteria in these hospitals utilizing Zoom or other video calls for patient communications. BBBL Grant duties will comprise about 30 hours of the work week. The other approximate 10 hours per work week will be functioning as a Staff Pharmacist. Staff Pharmacists fill orders for medications, monitor patient medication therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the Director of Pharmacy, a Pharmacist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the Director of Pharmacy.

Qualifications required: Graduate of an ACPE-accredited School of Pharmacy with a BS or Doctor of Pharmacy degree, State of Maine Pharmacist’s license or eligibility for such; Health-system pharmacy experience; Pharmacy leadership experience strongly preferred.

 

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  1. Mike is a great PT - - just loved him.

    Tyler H.

    Tyler H.

  2. The Cary Physical Therapy folks were friendly and welcoming. They introduced themselves and called me by my first name which made me feel like they thought of me as a person and not just another patien. We set goals and met them - they taught how to walk correctly with a cane which I found helpful. My month at Cary P.T. was an enjoyable experience. I'd recommend it to anyone.

    Linda M.

    Linda M.

  3. I always choose Cary for myself and my son without a doubt. We have always had a wonderful experience.

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    Wanda L.

  4. I want to thank every one at Cary Medical Center for help and kindness. Not just one person everyone was so nice. That's why I only go to Cary Medical Center Cary is the best hospital around.

    Jenn W.

    Jenn W.

  5. I came in by ambulance due to heart issues. The nurses were excellent, lab techs very competent.

    Tyler H.

    Tyler H.

  6. I was very happy with the care I received at Cary. Just wanted to say that in addition to the clear level of medical competence & professionalism of all the staff I met, regardless of level, I also appreciated their interpersonal demeanor & bedside manner. I was afraid, and the were able to calm my fears.

    James R.

    James R.

  7. I had wonderful care from nurses & CNA's during my 12 day staff. Too many to record names.

    Linda M. - Surgical client

    Linda M.

  8. I was very impressed over all with my colonoscopy. Dr. & nurses were excellent and never once made me feel I was an imposition to them when they were so busy. I have already recommended Cary to my friends

    Wanda L. - Surgical client

    Wanda L.

  9. All were informed and had excellent attitudes. Very professional and caring.

    Jenn W. - Surgical client

    Jenn W.

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