Pharmacy Technician (Apprenticeship Program)Dartmouth-Hitchcock – Posted by edickson
Register for the information session at www.dhwri.org by June 10, 2019 Do you enjoy problem solving, helping people, providing exceptional service, and working with a team? If so, training to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician is the first step on a progressive career ladder at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. As a Technician, you can quickly grow to become an Advanced Technician, a Pharmacy Lead, Trainer or Supervisor. Pharmacy Technicians are detail oriented, enjoy a fast-paced environment and are committed to helping patients access the medications they need. If this sounds like you, learn more on June 10th at our program information session in Lebanon, NH. Program Details: The D-H WRI Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship Program is designed to give you the knowledge and skills you need to start a career in the Pharmacy. Up to 20 individuals will be selected and hired by Dartmouth-Hitchcock to become Certified Pharmacy Technicians in our Specialty or Hospital (inpatient) Pharmacies. During the 9-week training period, you will earn college credits and an hourly training wage. This full-time, hands-on training program includes both classroom and on-the-job training. Courses offered include Healthcare Professional Communication, Processing and Handling of Medications and Medication Orders, Procurement, Billing, Reimbursement, and Patient & Medication Safety. At ...
- Date Posted
- 30 Apr 2019
Ophthalmic AssistantDarmouth-Hitchcock – Posted by edickson
The Ophthalmic Assistant (OA) training program is designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to embark upon a career in Ophthalmology. An ophthalmic assistant (OA) works alongside eye doctors, ophthalmologists or optometrists, to provide patient care. OAs ensure providers have accurate and complete information which helps them diagnose and treat patients. Successful OAs are detail oriented, have strong communication skills and are committed to providing exceptional patient care.The OA program is 17 weeks long and the curriculum includes classroom instruction, skills training, and practicum. Graduates are eligible to sit for the JCAHPO Certified Ophthalmic Assistant Exam (COA), the certifying body of allied health professionals in ophthalmology, after their first 500 hours of work under the supervision of a Ophthalmologist.
- Date Posted
- 22 Apr 2019