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EMSSTAT is a department of Norman Regional Health System Emergency Services dedicated to professionalism, high quality patient care, patient outcomes, and community service. We provide Paramedic Level care to the communities of Norman, Moore and surrounding areas. We hire Paramedics for full–time and PRN positions. We hire Advanced EMTs and EMTs for PRN Emergency Vehicle Operator positions. We offer a competitive salary, career advancement, benefits and retirement for our full time staff, in-house education, and flexible schedules.
The benefits of working at EMSSTAT
- Competitive salaries
- Paid time off at 1.6 times
- 24-hour shifts and liberal scheduling
- Paid training including unique training opportunities including SWAT, HAZ-MAT, Critical Care and Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
- A thorough field training process that produces top-notch paramedics
- Special events coverage including standbys for University of Oklahoma athletics including football home games
- Physician Medical Director
- Stations located throughout Norman for a comfortable home-base
- Being owned and operated by a Health System allows EMSSTAT to offer many benefits including:
- 457/401(a) retirement plan with employer match
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Long-term and short-term disability
- Employee Assistance Program
- Life Insurance including employer-provided option
Questions about EMSSTAT
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Link to: EMSSTAT_Recruitment@nrh-ok.com
The Norman Regional Health System Pharmacy Department is a highly eclectic group, employing 48 registered pharmacists (including three pharmacy residents), 33 technicians, and a department assistant. Of the pharmacists, 16 have completed a pharmacy practice residency, three have completed a specialty residency, and 14 are Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialists. Currently there is no Board of Pharmacy requirement for technicians to be nationally certified; however, a goal of the NRHS Department of Pharmacy is to eventually have all technicians obtain national certification. Currently 12 out of 33 technicians are certified through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. In addition, one technician and pharmacist have chemotherapy certifications.
You will find our pharmacists, in conjunction with technicians, profiling orders, answering drug information questions, compounding and dispensing medications, filling employee/indigent prescriptions, providing support in the surgery satellite pharmacies, precepting students, and performing direct patient care activities such as pharmacokinetic monitoring, renal dosing of medications, and nutrition management. The pharmacy is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and there is also a Clinical Pharmacist on-call at all times. Pharmacists perform multiple other clinical activities including anticoagulation monitoring for all hospitalized patients, influenza vaccination screening/ordering, IV to PO medication conversion, and antimicrobial stewardship program activities. Pharmacists are also active members of various hospital committees in addition to managing many other responsibilities throughout the health system.
As a proactive and progressive department, the Department of Pharmacy Services will seek to optimize pharmacy care* in all settings through collaboration with the patient, physician, and other health care providers.Pharmacy care is defined as the direct, responsible provision of medication related care for the purpose of achieving definite outcomes that improve a patient’s quality of life.