This posting is for multiple positions: Neurology Clinic Pharmacist, Cardiology Clinic Pharmacist, Solid Organ Transplant. Please specify the position(s) you are interested in.
Clinical pharmacists must work effectively as a team member, communicate clearly, assertively, and professionally, to all pharmacy customers including patients, their families, and other staff members, and provide superior customer service when interacting with patients, visitors, family members, staff, co-workers, and vendors. Clinical pharmacists must be willing to work with trainees in the department (eg, students, interns, residents or new staff).
Acquires medication histories and conducts reconciliation activities with patients and families. Solves problems in the medication use process for patients and the organization.
Optimizes medication regimens by comprehensive initial assessment of medications and comorbidities for indication, efficacy, safety, and adherence with ongoing monitoring as needed to ensure these points are addressed and health goals are met.
Solves problems in the medication use process for patients and the practice.
Performs medication education and counseling for patients and families.
Participates in drug therapy decision-making and provides drug information and to patients, families and providers.
Educates and trains residents, students, interns, colleagues and other health care professionals as well as supervises technicians, residents, interns, or trainees in their job tasks.
Identifies and engages in organizational and department quality improvement activities to improve patient care, medication use process, and pharmacy operations.
Assesses appropriate drug information and literature resources, and provides effective information to varied audiences including patients, other health care professions, and peers.
Advanced degree (PharmD) or equivalent clinical practice experience.
Demonstrated human relation, effective communication, and computer literacy skills.
Additional qualifications may be required depending on area the pharmacist is primarily assigned to work. Examples of additional qualifications could include basic or advanced life-support training, residency training, or certifications.
Current licensure to dispense controlled substances in the State of Utah.
Current Pharmacist license in the State of Utah
About University of Utah Health
University of Utah Health is an academic medical center that encompasses 4 hospitals and 13 Community Health Centers with progressive pharmacy services supporting collaborative teams. UUH has won top 10 Vizient quality awards for 10 years in a row. UUH is a level 1 trauma center with 6 ICUs serving a 5 state region with a wide variety of rotation opportunities in acute and critical care. Huntsman Cancer Hospital is NCCN and NCI designated facility with acute, ambulatory care, and infusion services. The health system offers primary care, specialty clinic services, and a regional network that leads to over 2million visits a year. The Drug Information, Investigational Drug, and Pharmacy Informatics Services at UUH are models of advanced practice. UUH serves as a primary site for the University of Utah College of Pharmacy students; the relationship between the college and UUH provides numerous teaching, precepting and research opportunities for all staff.
Salt Lake City offers four season outdoor recreation including hiking and skiing at 7 ski resorts within 45 minutes from the hospital, and Utah boasts the best snow on Earth. Residents enjoy a range of sporting and cultural events both on and off campus, and quick trips to Utah’s 5 national parks.