We are currently recruiting for a clinical pharmacist to work with the Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension population.
The pulmonary arterial hypertension pharmacist provides pharmacy services to patients ambulatory care settings. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, medication therapy management, participation in institutional committees, quality improvement and research initiatives, patient education, and teaching of pharmacy residents and students.
Strong clinical skills; knowledge of inpatient drug distribution and dispensing; ability to prioritize; excellent communication skills; team mentality; desire to teach; and motivation are required to excel in this position.
PharmD and ASHP PGY1 residency and/or PGY2 specialty residency preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Robust university benefits package. Information: https://www.uky.edu/hr/benefits
Internal Number: RE26578
About University of Kentucky HealthCare
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UK HealthCare at the University of Kentucky is among the nation's busiest, most active academic medical centers. Our 1,040 licensed beds are spread across the system’s flagship UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital, Kentucky Children’s Hospital and UK Good Samaritan Hospital, all located in Lexington. In addition, the clinical enterprise embraces a wide range of clinical areas and several multidisciplinary centers, including the NCI-designated Markey Cancer Center.
UK Chandler Hospital includes the only Level 1 Trauma Center for both adult and pediatric patients and the only Level IV neonatal intensive care unit in Central and Eastern Kentucky. U.S. News & World Report ranks Chandler Hospital No. 1 in Kentucky.
Our Pharmacy Services area is one of the premier programs in the United States. We have more than 800 pharmacists and staff working in a wide variety of settings, including our central hospital pharmacies, ambulatory and inpatient areas, five retail pharmacies and the UK Specialty Pharmacy.
As a team member, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference for patients with challenging disease states, ...as well as to participate in research and be part of a close-knit team of professionals focused on innovation and great patient care.
The university offers a robust package of benefits that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 100 percent retirement match; and a wide range of optional benefits. Learn more about University of Kentucky employee benefits here: https://www.uky.edu/hr/benefits.
Lexington is a great place to live – it’s family-friendly and easy to navigate and features a low cost of living compared to many areas its size.
In addition to the horse racing, basketball and bourbon Kentucky is known for, we have a rich literary and music tradition, a thriving arts scene, and rolling hills that beckon for hiking, rock-climbing or just enjoying nature. For even more to do, the larger cities of Louisville and Cincinnati are each just over an hour away.
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