As a Clinical Pharmacist at Children’s Health, you will play an important part in helping children get the care they need.
The pharmacist is responsible for all pharmaceutical services in assigned areas. We have multiple openings our Dallas and Plano campuses. As a member of the multidisciplinary healthcare team the clinical pharmacist promotes an environment of safe, rational, effective and efficient medication use while providing services to meet the needs of the patient.
Available Clinical Pharmacist Positions:
Clinical Pharmacist - ICU (Dallas) - Day shift
Clinical Pharmacist - ICU (Dallas) - Deep nights
Clinical Pharmacist - Hematology/Oncology (Plano)
Clinical Pharmacist - ER (Plano)
Highlighted Responsibilities (Please review below, if you’d like to remove or add anything, please specify)
Review orders for appropriateness and complete final verification.
Assess the effectiveness, safety and affordability of patient medications. Work collaboratively with the healthcare team to develop and optimize patient medication therapy and provide pharmacotherapy consultations as requested in practice area.
Provide drug information on medication use, dosage, side effects and composition to physicians, nurses, and patients/families. Monitor inpatient and outpatient profiles for drug interactions, food-drug interactions, and duplication of therapy.
Provide discharge counseling to patient and family members.
Participate in transitions of care and assist with issues involving patient access to medications.
Participate in quality improvement activities such as floor inspections, medication use evaluations, and documentation of interventions. Have knowledge of best practices and how own area integrates with others; demonstrates awareness of the industry, including regulatory requirements, evolving customer demands, and the factors that differentiate the organization in the market.
Support contributions to pharmacy and medical literature. Participate in research where applicable. Maintain knowledge in area of expertise. Provide education to pharmacists, pharmacy residents, nurses and providers. Precept pharmacy students, residents and fellows.
Participate in code and/or trauma cases when received within the emergency department and assist in code situations outside of the emergency department.
Participate in the development, implementation and ongoing review of Epic order entry and set build.
Attend hospital committee meetings as needed.
Participate in continuing education programs, in-services, and workshops to maintain current knowledge and enhance professional growth.
Perform other duties and special projects as required.
Completion of pharmacy practice residency with pediatric experience, preferred.
Four-year Degree (B.S. or Pharm.D) from an accredited school of pharmacy required.
Licenses and Certifications
Current Texas Pharmacist license, required.
BLS Certification, required.
PALS within 180 days of hire, required (for ED and ICU)
ACLS within 180 days of hire, required (for ED and ICU)
IV certification, required.
Board of Pharmacy Specialties certification, preferred.
Internal Number: 60746, 60747, 60327,72557
About Children's Health
We are the eighth-largest children's health care provider in the nation and the leading pediatric health care system in North Texas, providing a full spectrum of services – from wellness visits to critical care – as well as advocacy and education.