Pharmacy Technology (Clark College)

This program educates students who are able to obtain a license to practice as a pharmacy technician in Washington or Oregon. They are employed in hospitals and outpatient facilities. They assist licensed pharmacists in dispensing medications, assist with compounding and IV drug preparation, take inventory, stock supplies, type prescription labels, and perform other assignments as allowed by law. Pharmacy technicians, by law, are employed under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist. Both chain and community retail pharmacies, as well as all hospitals, employee pharmacy technicians.

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