Starting wage varies by experience. Residency years are counted at experience.
St. Charles Population Health department serves as the core design and facilitation team for health system population health and management services. The Population Health department is integrally linked to payer contracting, care coordination in the inpatient and outpatient setting, local and regional health plans, community needs and integration, public health and regional non-profit entities, and data analytics.
The Ambulatory Care Pharmacist is responsible for medication management of patients in the ambulatory setting through a collaborative model that includes clinic providers, staff, resource specialists and clinical resource coordinators. This includes disease state management, patient education, optimization of drug therapy regimens, and other initiatives designed in collaboration with the clinic providers and staff.
This Ambulatory Care Pharmacist will serve the Madras Family Care Clinic in Madras, OR.
St. Charles Family Care - Madras is home to 7 primary care providers and an extensive multidisciplinary care team including PharmD, BHC, CHE, RNCC and clinical RNs. Continued expansion of the team is expected with the implementation of the Three Sisters Rural Track program. OHSU Family Medicine is partnering with St. Charles to launch the first graduate medical education program and rural track program in Central Oregon. Residents will spend their intern year in Portland, followed by two years at St. Charles Madras, a in critical access hospital Madras, OR. A new clinic is currently being created to make room for our first medical residents who are expected to join us in July of 2025.
Location: Madras is a rural community located in bustling Central Oregon near the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
ADDITIONAL POSITION INFORMATION:
Must have excellent communication skills and ability to interact with a diverse population and professionally represent SCHS.
Must have excellent listening skills.
Strong team working and collaborative skills.
Ability to multi-task and work independently.
Proven strong attention to detail.
Excellent organizational skills, written and oral communication and customer service skills, particularly in dealing with.
Stressful personal interactions.
Strong analytical, problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to make independent pharmacy and drug-related judgments, problem solves and prioritizes workload.
Basic to intermediate ability and experience in computer applications, specifically electronic medical records system and MS Office.
Engages in an environment of continuous learning, embracing change and mastering competencies of new skills.
Knowledge of chronic disease management and health promotion, case management, health prevention in counseling situations, government regulations, team process, quality improvement, managerial functions and computer process.
Schedule Weekly Hours: 40 (Day time - Condensed Work Week Optional)
Is Exempt Position? Yes
Scheduled Days of the Week: Monday-Friday
On Call or Nights: No
Required: Graduate of School of Pharmacy.
Preferred: Advanced degree (Doctor of Pharmacy) with residency training or equivalent work experience.
Required: Current registration by the Oregon Board of Pharmacy. Valid Oregon driver’s license and ability to meet SCHS driving requirements. Ability to travel to business functions/trainings/meetings and all St. Charles Health System worksites.
Required: Four (4) years pharmacy experience or post-graduate residency training.
Preferred: Experience in ambulatory setting with disease state management.