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As part of the Scripps Health pharmacy team, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians provide a broad range of clinical services at our sites to deliver high-quality, efficient services to patients and staff. They enjoy a practice environment that offers state-of-the-art technology and innovative tools in a collaborative and supportive workplace. Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center is a comprehensive and clinically integrated cancer care program. With our partnership with MD Anderson, this Clinical Pharmacist Specialist will be able to work with an expanded, prestigious oncology healthcare team in order to build and grow the Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) and Oncology program. Additionally, the Pharmacist Specialist will be responsible for reviewing chemotherapy orders and treatment plans for our Encinitas and La Jolla hospitals.
Assumes clinical leadership responsibilities for pharmacy and pharmacy practice in their area of specialization. Collaborates with physicians and other health professionals to develop intervention strategies to maximize medication utilization related to area of specialization, including but not limited to medication guidelines, clinical pathways, core measures, education and policy development. Provides collaborative pharmaceutical care with the respective specialized teams in identified patient care areas. Reviews and evaluates individual drug orders for appropriateness, safety, and cost. Documents the care provided to patients. Establishes methods to improve pharmaceutical care, meet identified department and system goals, develop and coordinate utilization reviews and prospective drug use audits and identify and assure collection of pertinent metrics for area of specialization. Assures regulatory compliance in area of specialization. Precepts students and residents. Participates in quality assurance efforts for area of specialization. Provides education, training and competency sign off in area of specialization. Participates in research, publication and presentations at state and national organizations. Actively participates in multidisciplinary committees providing clinical expertise and evidence based data to assist in guiding value based practices, developing and deploying standardized treatment regimens protocols and developing and monitoring Quality Assurance / Performance Improvement initiatives.
This is a full time position at Scripps Green Hospital, generally Monday through Friday. Includes $9,000 retention incentive and $3,000 relocation assistance to eligible new hires.
Required Education/Experience/Specialized Skills:
BS Pharmacy or Pharm.D. Degree
PGY1 and PGY2 residency in area of specialty or related specialty OR PGY1 and 2 years' practice experience in area of specialty or related specialty OR 5 years' experience in area of specialization.
California Pharmacist License
AHA BLS for the health care provider and ACLS certifications required prior to being trained to respond to codes.
Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) or other nationally accredited certification required within 2 years' of hire.
Scripps Health is a $2.9 billion private, nonprofit, integrated health system in San Diego, California that is ranked among the top 15 health systems in the nation. Scripps treats 700,000 patients annually.