To provide pharmaceutical services, Supply Chain and logistics activities in the MECH supported sites providing Direct Service Delivery.
- Support implementation and functionality of electronic stock management systems (eLMIS) used in the district
- Ensure that facilities are reporting medicine availability as required on Stock Visibility System (e.g. SMS 4 Life)
- Ensure that all supported clinics have stock cards and files for managing stock
- Ensure that all purchase orders, invoices, discrepancy reports and goods received vouchers (GRVs) are kept in a file per SOPs
- Compile monthly statistics, data and reports and forward to relevant persons
- Facilitate multidisciplinary team approach to patient care
- Issuing medicines to patients, furnishing information and advice to patients about the use of medicines.
- Counselling patients on the proper use of drugs they are taking.
- Determining patient compliance with the therapy and follow up to ensure that patient’s medicine related needs are met
- Evaluating patient’s medicine related needs by determining the indications, safety and effectiveness of therapy.
- Document medication errors and interventions made during dispensing.
- Clinical Pharmacy to ensure efficacy, safety and continued access to ARVs for inpatients.
- Ensure continuous supply of medication for patients accessing care from pharmacy and areas that we support
Overall Pharmacy staff management and support
About the Organization
Right to Care is at the vanguard in supporting and delivering prevention, care, and treatment services for HIV and associated diseases. We work with government and communities to find pioneering solutions to build and strengthening public healthcare.
We embrace a strong entrepreneurial culture and focuses on innovation and the use of technology to enhance services, address skills shortages, and deliver quality healthcare outcomes. Our areas of expertise include HIV and TB care and treatment, pharmacy automation, medical male circumcision, and cervical cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Right to Care Zambia has been awarded a five (5) year project funded by the USAID through the PEPFAR mechanism. The Maintained Epidemic Control of HIV (MECH) Project aims to reduce HIV mortality, morbidity and transmission by achieving the UNAIDS and PEPFAR goal of 95/95/95 HIV treatment coverage by providing comprehensive HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment maintenance services in Luapula, Northern and Muchinga provinces of Zambia. The MECH project will work closely with and in support of the Ministry of Health.