Pros: employee discount in cafeteria
Cons: must pay for deck parking
Work day consisted of checking patient IVs in the morning and then replacing and delivering missing medications throughout the day. This consists of prepackaged tablets and capsules, preparing enemas, topical solutions, and intravenous solutions, and compounding syrups, suspensions, and mouthwashes. Pyxis MedStation systems are also used on a daily basis. Upon my leaving, the pharmacy was implementing an automated pharmacy carousel system.
Most of the coworkers are kind and courteous and are willing to help you if your work gets backed up. Hardest part of the job would be figuring out the maze like structure of the hospital, once you learn the short cuts to the units it will help shave off a lot of time which can be used for productive work.