Careers @ The Urology Hospital

Outstanding due to Excellence and committed to world-class patient care.


Applications are invited from persons who possess the requisite experience, qualification and suitably meet the corresponding requirements for the following vacant role:




This position reports to the Pharmacy Manager and will be responsible for the following performance areas:



  • Dispensing Medication
  • Patients are counselled in why, how, and when to take their medication.
  • Medicines are prepared, mixed, and dispensed for patients.
  • Medication is issued on picking slip for wards and theatres.
  • Medicines being dispensed are checked for correct dosage and combination requirements.
  • Drug information is provided to doctors, hospital staff, and patients.
  • Medication treatment records are kept as per guidelines set.
  • Medications are dispensed and prepared according to medicines and related substances control act.
  • Patient and Retail Accounts
  • Private patients’ prescription sand credits are processed as a priority.
  • To Take Out’s (TTO’s) billed according to medical aid requirements.
  • Patient credits checked, processed, and packed away.
  • Receipts for retail sales are processed and packed away.
  • Journal entries are done as per procedure.
  • Schedule 5/6 Register
  • Pharmacy register is balanced after stock issues.
  • All registers are balanced every 3months as per pharmacy regulations.
  • Schedule 5 medication is issued on order request and ward and theatre register is completed and balanced.
  • Stock control.
  • Stock is ordered, received, and issued according to stock management principles.
  • Age, excess and dead stock is managed.
  • Stock returned for credits and outstanding.
  • Goods Received for Credit are managed.
  • Defective products are followed up.
  • High value stock is well managed and controlled.
  • Doctor/ward specific product needs are established.
  • Stock take done according to stock take manual.
  • Relevant parties informed of stock procedure.
  • Stock take variances addressed and explained.
  • Expired/broken stock disposed of according to legislation.
  • Ensure optimal shelf maintenance.
  • Administration and Reports
  • Faxes and photocopies are made as required.
  • Client Satisfaction
  • Professional ethics and Urology values are demonstrated in behaviour.
  • Competence is demonstrated in all performance output areas.
  • Confidentiality of patient information is maintained.
  • Drug related information is provided to doctors, hospital staff and patients.
  • Code of ethics of the profession is adhered to.
  • Behaviour exhibits a culture of service.
  • Legal and Regulatory Environment
  • To ensure that operations is regulated by Health and Safety regulations.
  • Medical and Legal risk regulations
  • Changing medical aid requirements and Alternative Reimbursement Tariffs
  • Charging Policy for Pharmaceuticals.
  • Good Pharmacy Practice.
  • Finance
  • Do daily cash up according to procedure.
  • Ensure outstanding moneys are followed up and collected.
  • Responsibility
  • To ensure that all parties work according to their scope of practice.
  • To check all prescriptions done by pharmacist assistants, learners, interns.
  • To always be aware of the fact that you as a pharmacist is ultimately responsible for all medication leaving the pharmacy.
  • You have to make 100% sure that all prescriptions are checked and correct.


  • Pharm degree is essential.

Registered as a pharmacist with the SAPC.

  • 3+ years’ experience in retail and private hospital
  • Pharmaceutical product knowledge
  • Microsoft office
  • Trifour
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Able to communicate an understanding of health policy and professional health agendas.
  • Ability to deal with difficult and sensitive issues in a supportive and professional manner to effect positive outcomes.
  • Able to deal effectively with challenging situations and challenging individuals.
  • Ability to gain the confidence of colleagues and peers.
  • Influencing skills
  • Efficient time keeping
  • Flexible approach to work and working patterns.

Closing date:    27 March 2024
Contact:           Henriette Kemp



Please note that the Urology Hospital is a smoking free facility and an equal opportunity employer. Should you not hear from us within fourteen working days after the closing date please consider your application as unsuccessful. POPIA sections provides that everyone has the right to privacy and it includes a right to protection against the unlawful collection, retention, dissemination and use of personal information and any attached text or documentation that are retained by the Urolocare hospitals for a period in accordance with relevant data legislation