Responsible for the provision of prospective and concurrent evaluation of pharmacotherapy with an emphasis on the patient and with the end point focused on outcomes such as treatment efficiency, morbidity, mortality and drug cost. Acts as a liaison to medical, nursing, pharmacy practitioners and other healthcare professionals. Participates in ongoing clinical monitoring activities and provides administrative and clinical support for regulatory compliance issues, drug use evaluations, and operations support activities in conjunction with the Director of Pharmacy. Provides immediate supervision and control of the work activities of Pharmacy Technicians and/or Assistants. Will routinely rotate to the Clinical Pharmacist position.
EducationB.S. Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)(preferred). ASHP accredited residency or comparable clinical experience desired. Advanced knowledge of current hospital pharmacy practice, clinical drug and therapeutic literature.
Experience/TrainingOne year hospital pharmacy experience preferred. Experience in staff education and patient teaching desired. Experience and/or training in hospital pharmacy administration is desirable.
License/CertificationWashington State Board of Pharmacy licensure, Washington State Preceptor License (required for those working with students). Required to undergo sterile technique and chemotherapy recertification annually. American Heart Association ACLS required within 6 months of hire.