Top Job: Hospital Pharmacist Needed in Fresno, CA

If you are a pharmacist and are looking to travel, there is an immediate opening for a hospital pharmacist in the Fresno Area of California’s Central Valley, working on per diem basis. The position pays between $55 and $65 an hour.


The job requires evaluating and filling medication orders for hospitalized patients, providing drug information to the healthcare team, drug distribution to various nursing units, stocking emergency meds, medication order entry, experience in intravenous medication compounding, in addition to verifying that drug order is appropriate and accurate.


The duties of the job also include patient assessments, unit inspections, and transitional care on discharge. You will also be responsible for supporting, as well as being an integral part of the healthcare team.




The desire to be an integral part of the healthcare team with patient care as the focus and goal.


Valid pharmacist license in good standing with the board of pharmacy, desire to meet additional screening requirements as requested by employer, recent clinical experience in an inpatient setting, good communication skills, ability to work in team environment, leadership skills, customer service oriented, computer literate, and ability to be self-motivated and to be able to work independently.


Fresno County is the commercial, financial, and cultural center of the San Joaquin Valley and the Central California Region. Located geographically in the center of the state, the city is the business and transportation hub for four separate agricultural regions; and Fresno is also known as the gateway to Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia national parks. The city has a very diverse population, with more than 70 nationalities and the largest number of refugees in the country. Over the last two decades, Fresno has been one of the fastest growing cities in the United States.


Fresno County is home to more than one million people. It is the fifth largest city in California. An agricultural hub, the largest crop produced in the area is grapes, and the region produces well-regarded wines. The region averages 300 days of sunshine a year.


If you are a qualified pharmacist who wants to work in California’s Central Valley, contact the recruiters at Rx relief.