The role of the clinical pharmacist at the University of Toledo Medical Center is to provide a consistently high level of clinical services at all times to ensure optimal comprehensive patient care for a specific patient population. They facilitate the implementation of policies, procedures, and staff development programs that promote desirable patient outcomes using safe, cost-effective drug therapies. Clinical pharmacists precept, mentor, and educate students, residents, pharmacists, and other health care professionals. Their responsibilities also include, but are not limited to, core pharmacy services, assisting in the management of the pharmacy department, and coordinating daily clinical pharmacy services. Will manage the pharmaceutical care of oncology patients at The University of Toledo Medical Center, Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center, and affiliated cancer sites. The clinical oncology pharmacist is responsible for coordinating daily pharmacy services and ensuring that the pharmacy provides optimal clinical services for all oncology patients. The oncology pharmacist facilitates the development, implementation, and maintenance of systems that promote desirable patient outcomes using safe, cost-effective drug therapies
The clinical oncology pharmacist must be registered to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio, have earned a PharmD degree, and graduated from an accredited pharmacy residency (PGY1). A specialty residency in oncology or applicable experience is preferred. The clinical oncology pharmacist should have experience with sterile and hazardous drug compounding, including knowledge of applicable compounding standards (USP and USP ). The clinical oncology pharmacist must have experience in providing written and oral drug information with excellent written and oral communication skills. He/she must be able to train, evaluate, and supervise professional and technical personnel and staff. He/she must possess the ability to resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints, and be able to analyze data, and interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports. This position requires a flexible schedule due to the operational needs of the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center, affiliated cancer sites, and the pharmacy department.
PharmD degree from an ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy
Formal clinical training is preferred through a PGY1 and PGY2 residency, fellowship, or 3 years of clinical practice.
Registered to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio or eligible for licensure
BLS and ACLS Certification
This position requires a flexible schedule due to operational needs of physicians (Med Rounds) and the department.
Board certification in Pharmacotherapy or specialty within 2 years of hire.
Meet ASHP preceptor qualifications within 12 months of hire.
Communication and other skills:
Experience in providing written and oral drug information with excellent written and oral communication skills.
Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports.
Self-directed, motivated and capable of leading supportive personnel.
Possess the ability to resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints.
Able to work well with the public and other health professionals.
Able to train, evaluate and supervise professional and technical personnel and staff.
Demonstrate and utilize effective interpersonal and culturally appropriate communications.
Visual acuity of 20/20 or corrected to 20/20 including color vision when applicable
Ability to hear (with or without aides)
Ability to orally communicate
Good manual dexterity
Ability to push, pull, roll, and transfer/lift 50 pounds occasionally
Ability to stand, walk constantly
Ability to bend, reach, stoop, kneel occasionally
Internal Number: Req2289
About The University of Toledo Medical Center
The mission of The University of Toledo Medical Center is to improve the human condition by providing patient-centered, university-quality care.
ince 1964, The University of Toledo Medical Center has been serving the health needs of the Toledo community. Established as a teaching hospital to train the future physicians and medical professionals of the greater Toledo region, UTMC remains dedicated to providing advanced care and healing in a patient-centered environment. With access to the latest clinical trials and medical research, we are committed to teaching the next generation of health-care professionals.
Each year, more than 300,000 people rely on The University of Toledo Medical Center to care for their health needs. By offering best-in-class specialties, better outcomes, and expert physicians, nurses and medical technicians in a superior continuum of care, UTMC has played a vital role in the health and healing of the Toledo region for decades. And we’ll continue to play this role in the future.
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