Loyola Medicine, is a leader in academic medicine and healthcare services based in Chicago's western suburbs and a member of Trinity Health, one of the nation's largest Catholic health systems.
The Loyola Medicine pharmacy leadership team is an energetic, collaborative, and dynamic team looking to build upon the successful regionalization of pharmacy services. Clinical pharmacy services is an integral department at Loyola Medicine and the team is searching for a clinical pharmacy leader who can bring their clinical expertise to Loyola Medicine and continue advancing clinical pharmacy services for our patients.
Our new leader will be responsible for management of regional clinical pharmacy services, administrative aspects of the residency program, research, and educational programs. Responsibilities include management of day-to-day operations; process or program design, improvement, implementation and maintenance; financial and human resource management; strategic planning; and quality assessment and improvement. Continually evaluates progress toward objectives and maintains efficient and effective day-to-day operations.
Regional Clinical Pharmacy Services position
Loyola University Medical Center
Major Academic Teaching Hospital
Consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 5 hospitals in the state of Illinois each year
Reports directly to Regional Director of Pharmacy Services
Provides oversight of all clinical pharmacy activities regionally
Direct Reports: Over 30 FTEs including clinical coordinators at Loyola University Medical Center
Works within a matrix organizational structure to supervise clinical pharmacy services
Regional administrative oversight of PGY-1 and PGY-2 (Transplant & Critical Care) programs
Future oversight of MacNeal's residency program in 2022
Interface with Trinity's National Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee
Pharmacy representative to each hospital's Medical Executive Committees
Provides oversight and direction of investigational drug research at Loyola Medicine
Position Requirements Minimum Education: Required: Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Preferred: Masters Degree(s): Masters degree in Business, Health Care Administration, or Pharmacy Related Residency: Pharmacy Residency Training: PGY1 and/or PGY2
Work Experience Required: Multi-Site Clinical Pharmacy Leadership experience Required: 6-10 years of previous job-related experience Preferred: 10+ years of previous job-related experience Managerial Experience: 5+ years
Registered Pharmacist in the State of Illinois or willing to be licensed by position start date
Pharmacy Board Certification(s)
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About Loyola Medicine
Loyola Medicine is a regional, academic health system based in Chicago’s western suburbs and a member of Trinity Health, one of nation’s largest Catholic health systems. Our system includes Loyola University Medical Center, a nationally ranked academic medical center with 547 licensed beds in Maywood; Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, a 254-bed community hospital in Melrose Park; MacNeal Hospital, a 374-bed community hospital in Berwyn; Loyola Medical Group, a team of primary care and specialty care physicians at over 15 Chicago-area locations; and a large ambulatory network of clinics throughout Cook, Will and DuPage counties offering primary and specialty care. Loyola trains the next generation of caregivers through teaching programs for more than 520 residents and 2,400 students, allied health professionals, paramedics and chaplains each year.