Serves as the lead pharmacist to identify, resolve, and prevent drug-related problems primarily in the NICU and pediatric setting. The pharmacist recommends and monitors patient drug therapy, provides drug information, as well as create order sets, policies and protocols. The pharmacist works collaboratively with the pharmacy team and other health care providers to achieve desired patient outcomes through safe, timely, and cost-effective drug therapy. Performs the duties of staff pharmacist as required.
Required: B.S Degree in Pharmacy or Pharm-D from an accredited School of Pharmacy. At least 2 years clinical experience in Pediatrics/NICU.
Preferred: ASHP accredited residency in Pediatrics/NICU.
Required: Current Texas Pharmacy License; Sterile Products Certification
Knowledge & Skills:
Has the ability to communicate clearly, and effectively, possesses excellent oral and written communication skills and can relate to diverse populations in an open, friendly and accepting manner; is able to make timely and sound decisions under conditions of uncertainty; can handle stressful situations; able and willing to travel occasionally as well as attend evening and weekend events. Able to manage conflicting priorities; strategic thinking; problem solving, team building; comfort level with ambiguity and autonomy; able to facilitate effective working relationships to achieve established goals and objectives; role models values of St David's Healthcare Partnership. Must be able to demonstrate understanding of HCA's and St David's patient safety initiatives and adhere to strict compliance to all safety protocols and procedures.
A little about us:
HCA is the nation’s leading private provider of healthcare services. Comprised of locally managed facilities which include 230,000 employees at over 160 hospitals, over 120 surgery centers and 100 urgent care facilities in 20 states and the United Kingdom