The Medication Safety Officer is responsible for promoting a culture of safe medication practices through investigation of medication events, recommending and/or implementing best practice changes to mitigate risk of future events, and provides active surveillance of best practice recommendations from organizations devoted to prevent medication related events. The individual works closely with pharmacy leadership, quality and regulatory and shall work collaboratively with nursing, medical staff and other support staff.
Children’s Health values the role each member of our team plays in helping us make life better for children. We employ more than 7,500 people and provide rewarding career opportunities that help them reach their highest potential.
Benefits Children’s Health offers competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits program and opportunities for learning and career development. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, and our team members have a voice in their work through surveys and town halls. We invite you to learn more about Children’s Health.
At least 3 years related medication safety officer experience
Completion of an accredited residency program in medication safety and policy or equivalent (preferred)
Four-year Degree (B.S. or Pharm.D) from an accredited school of pharmacy required.
Graduate or professional work or advanced degree; or equivalent experience (preferred)
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
Current Texas Pharmacist Licensure
Healthcare Provider CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support) Certification (90 Days Required)
We are the eighth-largest children's health care provider in the nation and the leading pediatric health care system in North Texas, providing a full spectrum of services – from wellness visits to critical care – as well as advocacy and education.