St. Elizabeth Healthcare is a network of community hospitals in the Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana areas, just 10-15 minutes across the river from downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. St. Elizabeth has six facilities currently operating - Covington, Dearborn, Edgewood, Florence, Ft. Thomas and Grant - as well as 165 St. Elizabeth Physicians specialty and primary care offices located throughout Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Led by an elite Medical Staff of 1,200 physicians, advanced practice providers, clinical pharmacists, and a Magnet-recognized nursing staff, our roots extend far into the community we serve. We have been caring for our family, friends, and neighbors in this area for 160 years. It’s a responsibility we embrace and cherish.
In October 2020, we opened the doors to our 250,000 square-foot, six-story, multi-disciplinary Cancer Care facility which we designed to meet all of the needs of patients on a regional and national level. Today, we are able to treat nearly 500 patients per day offering cancer detection, diagnosis, and care all under one roof. The mission of the St. Elizabeth Cancer Care Program is to provide each patient with comprehensive, holistic care and to achieve excellence as measured by both clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
The Department of Pharmacy Services is seeking residency or fellowship trained professionals for the following opportunities:
Oncology Pharmacy Supervisor – Full Time (Req 199197)
The Oncology Pharmacy Supervisor assists with oversight of the day-to-day operations of the oncology/infusion department. The primary responsibility of the supervisor is to develop and maintain pharmaceutical care-based programs and technologies for the purpose of achieving optimal outcomes with a special emphasis on leadership in their assigned functional area of Oncology.
Works with the pharmacy leadership team to implement medication management decisions.
Provides leadership and serves as a role model and resource person for oncology pharmacy staff.
Supervise the day-to-day operations of pharmacy team.
Create and supervise work schedules, vacation schedules, time off and overtime, training qualifications and meetings. Ensure the proper quantity and skill set of staff is present to meet the needs of our patients.
Track and record workload summary for analysis (including volume, census, and staff) to ensure effective planning, staffing, and development of the department
Delegate and check daily assignments. Prioritize and delegate tasks and projects within the department. Schedule appropriate coverage when necessary. This includes monitoring timely completion of tasks, redirection of staff to meet patient needs and encouraging use of the ICARE and AIDET model in interaction with staff, patients and visitors. Assure department is working in the most effective manner.
Ensure compliance with sterile and non-sterile compounding practices with USP Chapters, 795, 797 and 800
Leads, analyzes, and assesses pharmacy services provided to patients, physicians, and ancillary departments within the system.
Oversees and evaluates ongoing reporting and analysis of existing projects and new initiatives within oncology services. Develops and assists in implementation of policies and procedures in oncology/infusion.
Participates on multidisciplinary committees at the discretion of the manager and/or director. Serves as Co-chair of the Oncology/Infusion Subcommittee which reports up through the Pharmacy & Therapeutics/Infection Control Committee.
Coordinates professional growth and development of oncology pharmacists through educational programs, in-services, and mentoring.
Meeting qualifications, serves as PGY2 Oncology Residency Program Director (RPD).
Oncology & Infusion Staff Pharmacist – Full Time (199207)
The Oncology & Infusion Staff Pharmacist is responsible for ensuring safety in the compounding and dispensing of chemotherapy, maintaining an adequate supply of medications, minimizing drug waste, minimizing unnecessary exposure to hazardous drugs, and managing cost and reimbursement for cancer drugs. This pharmacist is viewed as the “cancer medication expert” who focuses time on providing direct patient care, patient education, and actively participating in clinical decision making. They will work collaboratively with other health care professionals to develop institutional guidelines and make evidence-based decisions designed to improve patient care. This pharmacist will participate on committees to improve the safety, efficacy, and quality of cancer care and is heavily relied upon to develop policies and implement programs to ensure the safety of staff and patients during the receipt, preparation, administration, and monitoring of anticancer agents This pharmacist must be able to perform cross-functional duties including those of the Inpatient Staff Pharmacist as needed.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is a network of six hospitals currently operating throughout Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. St. Elizabeth Physicians operates 169 specialty and primary care offices located throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Led by an elite medical staff of 1,200 physicians, advanced practice providers, clinical pharmacists, and a Magnet-recognized nursing team, our roots extend far into the community we serve. Our patients are our family members, friends and neighbors. We come together with our unique backgrounds and expertise to serve our patients, lead our community, and honor our Mission, Vision and Values.