Collaborate with allied health disciplines to provide quality patient care.
Consult with and advise other Healthcare professionals and patients on matters pertaining to selection, procurement, distribution, and safe and appropriate use of medications.
Coordinate pharmacy department patient care activities for patients in the heart center.
Provide ongoing staff education for clinical staff pharmacists.
Direct and precept students and/or residents.
Lead cost effective formulary management initiatives.
Review adverse events related to the medication use process, recommend improvements to the medication use process as needed, and ensure improvements are implemented.
Review literature and publications in area of specialization and recommend improvements to the medication use process.
Review prescriptions and medication orders, check for appropriateness and provide information needed to properly and safely administer the medication.
Attend and participate in local and system-wide committees to improve the medication use process.
Draft, review, and revise medication related policies, procedures, guidelines and protocols.
Provide clinical pharmacy services as outlined in approved hospital policies, including but not limited to, pharmacokinetic consults, renal dosing, parenteral nutrition management, anticoagulation management, neonatal/pediatric/geriatric dosing management, route optimization, antimicrobial stewardship, and reviewing medications at transitions of care.
Completion of a PGY2 residency in cardiology or critical care.
Completion of a PGY1 residency.
Licensure in the state of Indiana as a pharmacist.
Board Certification in Specialty Area is preferred.
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Franciscan Health Indianapolis features the only full-service heart and vascular care program on the south side of Indianapolis. Our Indianapolis hospital , just north of Greenwood, was named one of the 100 top hospitals in the United States by Truven Health Analytics.