We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to join the Montefiore Transplant Team as an inpatient Liver Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Manager! This is a full-time position focusing on the care of liver transplant recipients. Responsibilities include but are not limited to providing pre- and post-transplant education to patients and families in the inpatient and outpatient setting, actively participating in post-transplant patient clinical follow-up, protocol development, precepting residents and pharmacy students, and cross-coverage of the inpatient solid organ transplant services. You would be joining a team of three inpatient clinical pharmacy managers and one transitions of care/ambulatory clinical pharmacy manager responsible for the care of kidney, pancreas, heart and lung transplant recipients.
The transplant clinical pharmacist holds an integral role within the inpatient and outpatient transplant multidisciplinary teams. This challenging role calls for the clinician to be responsible for effectively enhancing the drug therapy outcomes of transplant recipients at the medicalcenter. This is accomplished through continuous assessment of the appropriateness, safety, and efficacy of individualized transplant patient drug therapy in the pre- and post-transplant period. The pharmacy clinician provides recommendations, drug information and education to the medical, surgical, and nursing staff, pharmacy personnel, and other health care professionals. Additionally, clinical pharmacists actively participate in clinical research in transplantation or other related disciplines. The practitioner is eligible for faculty appointment at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Manager must have advanced training, including completion of a PGY-2 residency in solid organ transplantation or completion of a PGY1 residency with a minimum 3 years’ experience in this area of practice. They must also be eligible for both board certification in solid organ transplantation and licensure in the state of New York. Board certification is supported by the Montefiore Department of Pharmacy.
The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Solid Organ Transplantation must have advanced training with a PGY2 residency in solid organ transplantation. A current New York State license or eligibility required.
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