This is a Clinical Pharmacist in the Emergency Department at the East Bank of the University of Minnesota Medical Center. The Pharmacist in this role will have a schedule of seven consecutive days of work followed by seven days off.
Clinical Pharmacists have accountability for supporting a high-functioning pharmacy team.
The Clinical Pharmacist will provide all pharmaceutical care within their assigned areas including regulatory compliance, clinical services, drug information, drug distribution, medication safety, process improvement, financial and formulary initiatives, medication use evaluations, transitions of care and other duties as assigned by a Clinical Supervisor or Assistant Director.
There is a large focus on teaching of staff, students and residents.
The Clinical Pharmacist will develop and maintain intra- and interdepartmental relationships, including working closely with nurses and physicians in order to achieve these goals.
Eligible for Minnesota Pharmacist License
Completion of a PGY2 residency in Emergency Department pharmacy, Critical Care pharmacy (or other related field) or equivalent advanced hospital clinical practice experience in emergency department pharmacy.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree
Meets ASHP residency preceptor criteria
Experience precepting students, PGY1 and PGY2 residents
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