The Department of Pharmacy, consistent with the mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine, prioritizes teaching, research and patient care. At Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, the department is responsible for providing acute care pharmacy services for a diverse population of medical and surgical patients, with additional services provided in ambulatory clinics. Within the department, there are 14 acute care and primary care clinical pharmacy specialists as well as 3 general pharmacy residents. Working collaboratively with Hopkins physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals, these practitioners are responsible for the provision of clinical pharmacy services across a broad range of patient care areas. Services are provided in the areas of anticoagulation, ambulatory care, cardiology, critical care, emergency medicine, infectious diseases, internal medicine, oncology, pain and palliative care, and pediatrics.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Decentralized and Clinical Pharmacy Services, the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Neurocritical Care will work collaboratively with the multidisciplinary team to provide specialized pharmaceutical care, review and report on medication safety concerns, develop and apply medication use policies, facilitate staff member competency, and participate in research activities. This clinical specialist will also serve as a pharmacy representative to Neurology Joint Practice and Safety Committees at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Neurocritical Care will serve as an expert resource for drug information and education for patients, students, residents, pharmacists, as well as other health care practitioners. The clinical specialist will serve as a preceptor for pharmacy students and residents in our ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program as well as the Johns Hopkins Hospital PGY-2 Critical Care Residency Program. Faculty appointments are available through affiliation with the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Additionally, the Neurocritical Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will generate and support pharmacy research and scholarly contributions while seeking to assume a leadership role in the profession of pharmacy.
Stacy Dalpoas, Assistant Director of Pharmacy – 4940 Eastern Avenue- Building AA Room AA122, Baltimore, MD 21224; Phone: 410.550.9851; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Javier Vázquez, Director of Pharmacy - 4940 Eastern Avenue- Building AA Room AA119, Baltimore, MD 21224; Phone: 410.550.0977; Email: email@example.com
Required qualifications: Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency. A specialized PGY-2 residency in Critical Care or Pharmacotherapy, or relevant specialty training, or equivalent years of experience in practice is also preferred.
BCPS or BCCCP certification is preferred.
Internal Number: 196717
About Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
There is no better story in American medicine in the last quarter century than the amazing transformation of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center from Baltimore City Hospitals into a vibrant academic medical center. Building on our rich history, which dates back to 1773, we continue our commitment to better the health of our community through innovation, compassionate care, education and research.
Since Johns Hopkins acquired Baltimore City Hospitals in 1984, more than $600 million has been invested to transform and modernize the campus. This development has been coupled with an investment in the faculty, staff and culture that puts the patient, family and community first. We are committed to collaboration that bridges clinical care with teaching and research programs across disciplines and have developed unique models of care in Johns Hopkins Centers of Excellence, including the Burn Center, Women’s Center for Pelvic Health, Asthma & Allergy Center and Memory and Alzheimer’s Treatment Center, to name a few. U.S. News & World Report top-ranked Geriatric Medicine and Rheumatology programs are based on the campus.