Henrico Doctors’ Hospital is a 340-bed Level II Trauma Center offering a full range of healthcare services. We specialize in heart and stroke care, women's health, orthopedics and groundbreaking diagnostic imaging. We're also a national trendsetter in kidney transplants through the Virginia Transplant Center and as part of the Virginia Institute of Robotic Surgery, we lead the state in minimally-invasive procedures with da Vinci robotic-assisted surgeries.
Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Awards and Distinctions
Accredited by the Joint Commission with a Gold Seal of Approval
Top Performer on Key Quality Measures including surgical care, perinatal care, prematurity and pulmonary care.
Recognized as Best Hospital in the Region in 3 Types of Care
Heart Bypass Surgery
Colon Cancer Surgery
Certified Chest Pain Center
Certified Primary Stroke Center
Our patients are our priority, but so are you!
Not only do our patients come first, but our employees do too! We provide a total compensation package to make sure your needs are met.
Medical and Dental coverage
Paid Family Leave
Student loan repayment
Family and medical flex spending accounts
Identity theft protection
Much, much more!
You contribute to our success. Every role has an impact on our patients' lives and you have the opportunity to make a difference. We are looking for dedicated professionals like you to be a part of our Pharmacy Family!
Essential Clinical Manager job functions and responsibilities:
Provides oversight of clinical programs to ensure optimal and efficient clinical processes.
Cooperates with the pharmacy director to effectively review and assess operational and clinical process improvements to maximize clinical productivity.
Participates in establishing pharmacy strategic goals and objectives and assists in their implementation
Actively coordinates agendas and presentations for the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Develops effective monographs and comparative data with current literature and applicable information necessary to acquire change.
Participates on various multidisciplinary teams/committees.
Manages processes related to formulary management: Directs, coordinates, and participates in the design, collection, and reporting of drug utilization evaluations to support proper utilization of medications in the clinical setting. Investigates the literature on new drug entities and evaluates new medications and technologies regarding formulary decisions consistent with department, hospital and medical staff policies. Develops and coordinates implementation plans for the use of these products.
Promotes safe, rational, cost-effective medication therapy consistent with all pertinent hospital policies and procedures. Develops policies and procedures as they relate to clinical services.
Coordinates and facilitates Meditech database management to encourage safe and supportive drug information to healthcare professionals.
Participates to meet or exceed JCAHO standards.
Actively participates in the orientation, competency training and assessment and performance evaluation of pharmacy staff.
Serves as the primary liaison for schools of pharmacy as it relates to pharmacy student clerkships. Serves as a primary preceptor of pharmacy students and/or residents and fulfills documentation requirements.
Creates national visibility through membership in local, state, and/or national pharmacy societies.
Graduate of an ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy at a college or university (required)
Completion of three years of hospital pharmacy experience or an ASHP-approved pharmacy residency or fellowship program (required)
Licensed by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy by examination or reciprocity (required)
Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities in order to lead a team of pharmacists and work with other healthcare professionals to review, develop, implement, and monitor drug use policies and practices (required)
Effective verbal and written communication skills, as well as innovation, initiative and persistence (required)
Knowledge in pathophysiology, interpretation of diagnostic criteria, pharmacokinetics and pharmacotherapeutics (required)
Demonstrated ability to assess patients' drug therapy and provide consultations as requested by medical staff; demonstrated ability to effectively participate on interdisciplinary teams and committees (required)
Experience using computer applications including word processing, spreadsheet software and pharmacy information systems (preferred)
Salaried (exempt from overtime) Position
40(+) hours per week
We are an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Internal Number: 00448-48558
About HCA - Henrico Doctors' Hospital
Life is our most precious resource. And you only get one. So it is important to choose the health system that has the expertise you need. The one with the most hospitals, outpatient centers, advanced technologies, specialists and staff in Central Virginia. The one more people choose to fix their hearts, fight their cancer, treat their emergencies, and bring their babies into the world.
HCA Virginia offers a network of seven hospitals, 2,500 affiliated physicians, and more than 70 community-based providers, including physicians, imaging centers, surgery centers and free-standing emergency rooms.
Our parent company, Hospital Corporation of American (HCA, Inc), is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, and is the world's leading provider of healthcare services, with more than 160 hospitals and 110 freestanding surgery centers across the United States and England. HCA Virginia is part of HCA's Capital Division.