Reports to the Division Director and Operations Manager(s) for the Pediatric Division of Pharmacy. Responsible for working collaboratively with multidisciplinary healthcare teams in the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, to promote wellness, maintain current health, and/or intervene in acute or chronic illness. Promotes the safe and effective use of medications by consulting with other health care professionals concerning problems. Fulfills dispensing component of the medication use system to assure accuracy or medications intended for patient use. Supports patients, nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals in the administration of medications. Assists in the monitoring and outcomes determination of medication use for all patients. Provides clinical monitoring related to the management of drug therapy. Support the prescribing function of the medication use system through review and interpretation of provider orders. Monitors and supervises pharmacy technician daily activities. Makes necessary arrangements to keep workflow organized and efficient.
Contact Information :
Jenn Majchrzak, PharmD
Operations Manager/Clinical Pharmacist I, Pediatric Pharmacy
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center
1800 Orleans St. , Bloomberg 7367
Baltimore, MD 21287
Minimum Requirements: Graduation from an accredited College of Pharmacy resulting in Pharm D. or BS degree. Completion of an ASHP accredited residency program or equivalent experience is desired. Current licensure as a pharmacist in the State of Maryland required. Minimum of one year of hospital experience with responsibility for the supervision of pharmacy personnel is desired.
Internal Number: Clin Pharm Peds
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