How it works here: apply anyway, even if you don't meet the experience requirement. You'll eventually be hired as a casual or part time employee and get experience.
It also helps a lot to know someone who works in the hospital pharmacy.
Where I live, a certification in IV Admixture is required a lot of the time, and will help you a lot in getting a job in a hospital setting. That said, the cost of the class is rather expensive. If you can afford the class, go for it (it's a 2 day class). Otherwise, apply with what you have and hope they look at you.