Professional and productive place to work
Clinical Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 16, 2018
A typical day of work is spent at a desk on the phone talking to Senior Citizens using the pharmacist clinical knowledge to talk about people's medication therapy and medical problems. It is a learning environment where you are kept up to date on the newest medication advances. The culture is relaxed, yet professional. You do have to be on your toes to watch for things that are not going well with a patient's medication therapy and you do have days when you have a lot of cases to complete. The hardest part of the job is you sit most of the day, so there is not much exercise. There are no paid holidays and no paid vacation and your work depends on the amount of cases the insurance companies send to you. The best part of the job is knowing you are helping the elderly population. You are working with coworkers that are highly intelligent and helpful.
You make your own schedule
Job security depends on Insurance Contracts