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Department of Pharmacy, Seoul Mational University Hospital

Seoul National University Main Hospital 



Location

101 Daehak-ro, Jongro-gu, Seoul 110-744, Korea 

Tel: +82-2-2072-2328, Fax: +82-2-766-1443 

Homepage: http://pharm.snuh.org 


Objectives and Mission 

The Department of Pharmacy at the Seoul National University Main Hospital provides accurate and prompt pharmaceutical care for its patients. It aids in helping patients understand their medical therapy and also provides patients education regarding prescribed drugs. In addition, the Department of Pharmacy is dedicated towards equipping professionals as well as engaging in medical care and pharmaceutical business with up-todate and expert information. 



Organization

The Department of Pharmacy at the Seoul National University Main Hospital consists of the following three main divisions. 



⊙ Division of Pharmaceutical Administration 

The Division of Pharmaceutical Administration is responsible for supervising drug use and managing the administrative and financial affairs of the Department of Pharmacy. It is composed of two section managers, nine pharmacists, one resident pharmacist, and one technician. This division is further classified into the Pharmaceutical Administration and Drug Information Section and the Clinical Pharmacy Section. 

The Pharmaceutical Administration and Drug Information Section is responsible for managing pharmaceutical administration, providing drug-related information, and supporting the Pharmacist Organization. The Clinical Pharmacy Section is in charge of providing clinical pharmaceutical care such as Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM), Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) and Anti-Coagulation Service (ACS). 

In addition to supervising the aforementioned affairs, the Division Director also establishes basic administrative programs and organizes conferences as well as events within the Department of Pharmacy. The Division Director also supervises the relationship between the Department of Pharmacy and other departments within the hospital to maintain an amicable environment. 



⊙ Division of Dispensing

The Division of Dispensing provides accurate and prompt distribution of prescribed drugs to patients, as well as patient education. Since the start of the separation between prescription and drug dispensing policy, the Division of Dispensing is now mainly focusing on inpatients rather than outpatients, through the development and improvement of novel dispensing systems. Also, the division actively participates in quality assurance activities in the hospital in order to enhance the quality of activities related to the Pharmacy Department.

The division consists of two section managers, two chief pharmacists, twenty-three pharmacists, seven part-time pharmacists, and twelve technicians. The division is further divided into the Inpatient Dispensing Sections for Adult and the Outpatient Dispensing Sections for adult patients. The Inpatient Dispensing Section for Adult is responsible for dispensing prescribed medicine for adult inpatients and formulating pharmaceutical products unavailable in the market. Also, in order to maximize productivity, a separate Operating Room (OR) Pharmacy is open at the hospital OR. The Inpatient Dispensing Section for Adult is now capable of operating a more productive dispensing system by adopting the Unit Dose System (UDS). It also educates its pharmacists to provide professional patient counseling for patients to be discharged.

The Outpatient Dispensing Section for Adult is responsible for accurately and promptly dispensing prescribed medicine for adult outpatients who are excused to receive drugs from the hospital pharmacy after the start of separation between prescription and drug dispensing policy. Currently, these outpatients consist approximately 25~30% of all the outpatients at the hospital. 



⊙ Division Pediatric Dispensing

The Division of Pediatric Dispensing consists of the Pediatric Dispensing Section and the Injectable Drug Dispensing Section, and two section managers, twenty-one pharmacists, seven part-time pharmacists, and eight technicians. The Pediatric Dispensing Section is responsible for dispensing prescribed medicine to both pediatric outpatients and inpatients, performing patient medication, and completing administrative affairs. Since patients are children, there is a need for a variety of doses, and even a higher need for multiple dosage forms such as pulverized medicine and syrups. In addition, oral medicine for pediatric patients is dispensed per dose unit and packaged separately inside a clean bench.

The Injectable Drug Dispensing Section is responsible for preparing anticancer drugs, antibiotics, and TPN solutions for adults as well as pediatric patients. This section consists of three different parts: TPN Dispensing Room, 112 Ward Injectable Drug Dispensing Room, and Pediatric Injectable Drug Dispensing Room.





SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center



Location 

41 Boramae-Gil, Dongjak-gu, Seoul 156-707, Korea 

Tel: +82-2-870-3272, Fax: +82-2-870-1476 

Homepage: http://www.brmh.org/depthome/PH/ 



Objectives and Mission 

The Department of Pharmacy at the SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center consists of pharmacists with expert pharmaceutical knowledge who are responsible for all issues related to medication and drugs. It aims to provide professional pharmaceutical care to ensure that patients receive the best pharmacotherapy possible. 



Organization 

The Department of Pharmacy at the SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center consists of five main divisions

  • Inpatient Pharmacy - provides medication and patient education to admitted inpatients
  • Outpatient Pharmacy - provides medication and patient education to outpatients
  • Injectable Medicine Division - prepares injectable drugs such as anti-cancer agents, total parenteral nutrition (TPN), and other injectable formulations for in- and outpatients
  • Medication Management Division - responsible for the management of stockpiling and allocating drugs, and other administrative issues
  • Drug Information Division - provides information about medicine, prepare and present the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee (P&T), publish formularies and newsletters, host seminars, manage ADR monitoring as well as therapeutic drug monitoring





Seoul National University Bundang Hospital 



Location 

166 Gume-ro, Bundang-gu, Gyeonggi-do 463-707, Korea 

Tel: +82-31-787-3852, Fax: +82-31-787-4073 

Homepage: http://www.snubh.org/parthompi/index.asp?deptCode=041 



Objectives and Mission 

Firmly rooted in expertise and compassion, the Department of Pharmacy at the Seoul National University Bundang Hospital thrives to provide exemplary pharmaceutical care, ultimately aiming towards community development and the enhancement of public health. Its vision is to provide accurate pharmaceutical therapy and management as well as up-to-date expert information regarding the utilization of drugs. Providing patients with utmost care, the department recognizes the importance of cooperation when working as a member within a larger healthcare team.



Organization 

The Department of Pharmacy at the Seoul National University Bundang Hospital consists of three main divisions

  • General Medication Division - to provide medication for outpatients as well as inpatients through the Outpatient Pharmacy and Inpatient Pharmacy
  • Medication Management Division - to manage administrative matters of the Department of Pharmacy, provide drug information, and educate pharmacists
  • Special Medication Division - to prepare injectable drugs and pulverized formulations, as well as provide consultations by clinical pharmacists

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