A Mid-Career Pharmacist in Cairo earns an average salary of EGP 48,000 per year.
|Range||EGP 0EGP 203K|
|Salary||EGP 18,246 - EGP 61,402|
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XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|EGP 18,383 - EGP 203,573|
Job Description for Pharmacist
Pharmacists work primarily for pharmacies and drugstores; however, hospitals and medical clinics may employ their own pharmacists to dispense drugs directly to patients. Pharmacists who work for hospitals must analyze both in-patient and out-patient medication, so close attention to detail is very important in this position to ensure the accuracy of filled prescriptions.Read More...
In addition to filling prescriptions from medical doctors, pharmacists must also be able to decide what medication is appropriate for each patient and identify any errors by physicians in prescribing medication to patients. They must also review other medications which patients are taking prior to filling new prescriptions to ensure there are no possible harmful drug interactions between medications. Pharmacists should also contact patients' physicians regarding any concerns about their medications.
Most employers require that candidates possess a doctorate degree in pharmacy and years of experience in a hospital or residency. Computer skills and interpersonal skills are important in this position, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills to speak with patients politely, clearly and concisely. They must be able to work independently with minimal supervision, as well as in team settings. They are encouraged to read professional journals relevant to their job and stay up-to date with new drugs coming into the marketplace. Some may also train, coach, or mentor new pharmacists. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
- Analyze prescribing trends to monitor patient compliance and to prevent excessive usage or harmful interactions.
- Dispense and review prescriptions to ensure accuracy, and compliance with professional, state and federal regulatory requirements.
- May collaborate with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review and evaluate patient effectiveness.
- Educate patient on medication use, storage and side effects.
- Solicit information from patients regarding past and current medication to prevent drug interactions.