Pharmacist - Full Time - Critical Care Pharmacist - Primarily Day shift- and every other weekend - with variable shifts as needed
Provides safe and effective drug therapy management to improve the outcomes of patients.
One of the primary functions will be the verification of physician's orders, ensuring accuracy and efficiently into the computer system. Works centrally and de-centrally to perform all functions of a Registered Pharmacist including clinical interactions with the health care team, patient care monitoring, accurate dispensing and supervisory of the pharmacy technicians.
Rounds daily in the critical care unit. Manages patients in the ICU, SICU and CVICU. Consults with physicians and nursing staff to ensure the best patient care and evidenced based medicine. Review patient medication profile review (allergy, drug interaction screens etc.) Providing drug and policy information to patients and other healthcare professionals. Ensures that the physician’s orders are evidenced based and that the best pharmaceutical therapy is initiated appropriately.
Provide clinical pharmacy services in order to optimize the pharmaceutical care provided to our patients. Coordinates and supervises drug distribution.
Provides educational services to patients and healthcare professionals. Participates in the training of new pharmacist, residents, students and technicians
Responsible for Antimicrobial Stewardship and other clinical needs in the hospital
Member of Antimicrobial Stewardship committee, opioid stewardship committee, critical care committee and Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Required to present regularly.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy required
Licensed as a pharmacist in the state of Florida required
The Ideal Candidate: Will have a PGY1 residency or a minimum of 3 years of clinical hospital experience
Physicians Regional Healthcare System's three Naples hospitals provide quality care to the Naples and the greater Southwest Florida community with the objective of offering more options and improved access to healthcare for all citizens and visitors. Our three Naples hospitals and more than 300 physicians are recognized within their fields, offering advanced medical care in more than 45 specialties and subspecialties, including programs in 24-hour emergency care, cardiology, vascular disease, digestive diseases, research, orthopaedic care, spine care, neurosurgery, and women's services.
Vision: To be the healthcare system of choice to deliver and receive care.
Purpose: Our mission is to help people get well and live healthier lives. To provide safe, quality healthcare and build enduring relationships with our patients. To provide value for the people and communities we serve.