Pharmacist-Clinical, Full-Time, Days/Evenings
About Steward Health Care
Nearly a decade ago, Steward Health Care System emerged as a different kind of health care company designed to usher in a new era of wellness. One that provides our patients better, more proactive care at a sustainable cost, our providers unrivaled coordination of care, and our communities greater prosperity and stability.
As the country’s largest physician-led, tax paying, integrated health care system, our doctors can be certain that we share their interests and those of their patients. Together we are on a mission to revolutionize the way health care is delivered - creating healthier lives, thriving communities and a better world.
Steward is among the nation’s largest and most successful accountable care organizations (ACO), with more than 5,500 providers and 43,000 health care professionals who care for 12.3 million patients a year through a closely integrated network of hospitals, multispecialty medical groups, urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities and behavioral health centers.
Based in Dallas, Steward currently operates 39 hospitals across Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah.
For more information, visit www.steward.org.
$10,000 sign on bonus and relocation assistance!
- 100% employer paid defined benefit retirement plan
- Lowest cost health insurance, high quality BCBS
- Grow with a health system that supports career advancement
- Competitive Pay & Salary Increases
- Employee Referral Program
- Locations close to home, that support work-life balance
- Affordable Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage
- 401k via Fidelity, for eligible employees, with company match
- Tuition Assistance / Reimbursement
- Family atmosphere and team approach that provides flexibility
- Opportunities to grow your career, and not change your employer
- And much more!
- Provides superior service to internal and external customers and patients consistent with our CARES Values (compassion, accountability, respect, excellence and stewardship).
- Provide drug information to and consult with physicians and nurses regarding appropriate drug therapy.
- Supervises approximately two Pharmacy Technicians, and one to three Pharmacy Interns, who are responsible for filling and checking unit-dose medications carts, inventory control, initial interpretation and input into computer of medication orders.
- Participates in daily patient rounds to provide input as to the selection and rational approach to the pharmacotherapy of the patient's disease including pharmacologic and pharmacokinetic principles, toxic and side effects of drugs as well as individual dosage recommendations for the drug or drugs to be administered.
- Participates in the orientation, hiring and training of all new personnel.
- Participates on inter and intradepartmental committees in order to integrate and coordinate the activities of Pharmacy, Nursing, Unit Coordination and the physician staff.
- Participates in the orientation and training of all new personnel.
- Interviews patients to obtain accurate and comprehensive patient medical history for the patient's medical record including prescribed medications, over-the-counter medications regularly used, adverse reactions to drugs and allergies.
- Participates in investigational drug studies through assisting in the design of dispensing protocols, maintaining drug records and inventory control, formulating dosages, monitoring patients and ensuring compliance with FDA and DEA regulations.
- Prepares drug monographs and review of drugs requested for admission to Hospital's Formulary.
- Assists in reviewing the cost of drugs and making necessary adjustments, as required.
- Acts as a preceptor to pharmacy students.
- Conducts in-service education lectures for the medical staff, nurses, pharmacists, students, and other health care personnel regarding drugs, procedures and policies.
- Assists in the formulation and continual updating of departmental policies and procedures and pharmacy-nursing policies and procedures.
- Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college of pharmacy with 2-5 years hospital pharmacy experience.
- PGY1 residency preferred.
- A professional level of knowledge generally obtained after a minimum of 2 years hospital pharmacy experience as a registered Pharmacist or the completion of a PGY1 residency.
- Communication skills required for concise dissemination of information to patients, nurses and physicians.
- Administrative skills necessary to coordinate the personnel and pharmacy operations.
- Teaching skills required for the preceptorship of pharmacy students.
- Analytic and critical thinking skills necessary to accurately assess patients and plan their drug therapy.
- Current registration as a Pharmacist in Massachusetts is required.
- Training in Aseptic Technique, TPN Compounding, and Safe Handling of Cytotoxic Drugs preferred.