The evening/weekend 7on-7off Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will join an established team of 8 other Transplant Pharmacy Specialists and over 50 Clinical Pharmacy Specialists to provide exceptional patient care at one of the largest solid organ transplant programs in the country. The Comprehensive Transplant Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University Medical Center performs approximately 250 kidney transplants, 100 liver transplants, 100 lung transplants, and 50 heart transplants annually. The selected candidate will provide direct patient care to the heart transplant and heart failure team, with cross-covering responsibilities to all organs on a 7 day evening/weekend rotation schedule. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will be responsible for evaluating and recommending appropriate drug therapy, enhancing optimal cost-effective strategies, developing and accessing comprehensive pharmaceutical care and quality assurance programs, developing organ-specific protocols, providing patient education, and serving as a resource to the pharmacy staff and other hospital departments. Additional opportunities include, but are not limited to, clinical research, committee membership, hospital staff education, resident and student precepting, and preceptor development.
Job requirements include PharmD, PGY1 Residency, PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Residency (or equivalent), Missouri pharmacist license with Medication Therapy Services Certification, Board Certification within three years of hire.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) is a 1,200+ bed urban, academic, quaternary referral center located in St. Louis, Missouri. BJH is the primary adult teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine. There are over 9,000 employees at BJH with over 300 in the pharmacy department. The pharmacy employs 160 pharmacists, over 50 of which are clinical pharmacy specialists with Board Certification. The pharmacy residency program includes 4 PGY1 positions and PGY2 training in critical care, infectious diseases, internal medicine, oncology, and solid organ transplant. BJH and Washington University School of Medicine have consistently been ranked among the nation’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and are ranked in 11 data-driven specialties. BJH also holds many programmatic certifications including Comprehensive Stroke Center, Level I Trauma Center, Level I STEMI Center, Siteman Cancer Center, and Comprehensive Solid-Organ Transplant Center. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is member of the BJC Healthcare System, which includes 15 hospitals and multiple community health locations.