Duties include clinical endeavors focused on proper antimicrobial utilization and membership on multidisciplinary work groups and committees within the health system. These efforts should contribute to the appropriate use of antimicrobials, ultimately resulting in successful therapeutic outcomes for patients with infectious diseases, and reduce the risk of infections for other patients and healthcare workers.
This position will advocate for medication safety with responsibility for improving medication safety throughout the organization. The scope of a medication safety leader’s responsibilities reaches into every corner of the health system and encompasses many roles, including educator, preceptor, mentor, detective, compliance officer, and risk manager.
This position requires full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Missions of Blessing Health Systems. ICARE standards must be demonstrated. Adherence to Code of Conduct and other policies is required
PharmD Excellent written and verbal communication skills Minimum 2 years’ experience in clinical pharmacy
Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology
Antimicrobial stewardship certification Medication Safety Certification Infection Control Certification preferred
About Blessing Health System
Two hospitals, two physician groups, a four-year nursing education program, a foundation and a group of medical specialty businesses come together to form the Blessing Health System.