The Oncology Pharmacy is responsible for all chemotherapy medication services to Oncology service patients. The clinical pharmacist is responsible for order origination, order verification, clinically referencing lab values for appropriate dosing of chemotherapy and non-chemotherapy drugs for standard of care therapies, as well as investigational therapies, communication and therapy coordination for oncology patients, including being a liaison and educator to the oncology staffing pharmacists. Clinical pharmacists will be committee members for various multidisciplinary workgroups. Additionally, the clinical pharmacist will precept P4 students, PGY-1 residents and PGY-2 residents. This position will work under a Collaborative Practice Agreement in an ambulatory setting, as well as an inpatient setting.
We currently have positions dedicated to a full-time ambulatory clinic servicing the GI Clinic, Breast Center and the Head and Neck Clinic, as well as a PGY2 Oncology Residency position for the 2020-2021 academic year.
for the clinical positions; PharmD, 5 years relevant experience or equivalent, pharmacist licensure in the state of Tennessee, and completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency or equivalent. Prefer candidates with PGY2 Oncology, experience working in an academic medical center and board certification in Oncology.
Internal Number: 1911372
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