Baptist Health is the largest healthcare system serving central Alabama, providing comprehensive hospital-based and outpatient services to nearly 60 percent of the residents in Montgomery, Autauga and Elmore counties. To learn more about Baptist Health, visit us at https://www.baptistfirst.org. .
Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy required, PharmD degree preferred. PGY1 residency or 3 or more years of inpatient practice preferred. Alabama Board of Pharmacy license current, or eligible and must obtained within 3 months of position. Alabama Board of Pharmacy controlled substance license current or obtained within 3 months in position. Board Certification preferred. Ability to accurately perform computer order entry duties. Proficient in needed pharmaceutical calculations and the metric system. Basic knowledge in pharmacokinetic calculations and parenteral nutrition management. Knowledge of aseptic technique. Evidence of commitment to continuing education. Current Alabama Pharmacy License or license eligible; Controlled Substance certification.
CLINICAL PharmD ( NICU ) 7ON/7OFF DAYS decentralized in level 3 Neonatal ICU. PGY-1 or 3 yr inpatient experience required. PGY-2 or 5yr experience preferred.
Looking for qualified applicant to join maternal child services as a NICU clinical pharmacist in a progressive and expanding service line. This pharmacist is responsible for daily activities including Multi-disciplinary rounding, pharmacokinetics consults, parenteral nutrition consults, drug information, discharge counseling.
Development of protocols related to service line
Participates in the review, detection and prevention of medication errors and adverse drug events.
Participates the clinical development, training and education of students, pharmacists, residents.
Additional Salary Information: Based on years of experience
Internal Number: 123
About Baptist Health
Baptist Health is a faith-based organization operating a multi-facility healthcare system located in Montgomery, Alabama, providing healthcare services to residents of Central Alabama.