pharmacy technician

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phar·ma·cy tech·ni·ci·an

(fahr'mă-sē tek-nish'ŭn)
A medical professional working as an assistant to, and under the supervision of, a registered pharmacist.

pharmacy technician

A technician who assists the pharmacist in certain activities such as medication profile reviews for drug incompatibilities, typing of prescription labels, prescription packaging, handling of purchase records, and inventory control, and may, where state law and hospital policy permit, dispense drugs to patients under the supervision of a registered pharmacist.
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SEIU Local 49 represents 340 workers at McKenzie-Willamette, including certified nursing assistants, surgery techs, emergency room techs, secretaries, monitor techs, phlebotomists, admitting clerks, housekeepers, food service workers, pharmacy techs, respiratory therapists, radiology techs, medical technologists, switchboard operators, and physical therapy aides.
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