This isn't your job - it's your calling. Driven by care and backed by science, we can help you answer that call for every family, every child, and every future. What sets us apart?
Level 1 pediatric trauma center with numerous opportunities to uniquely serve a diverse patient population
Fast-paced, team-oriented, innovative, inter-disciplinary, and collaborative culture
We have a brand new, 18,000 sq ft. Inpatient Pharmacy that includes extensive sterile and non-sterile areas, as well as new automation and technology and opportunities for career growth and development
Robust pharmacist training program, including 12 weeks of onboarding and 1:1 hands-on training
We are recruiting for pharmacists to help kids on their path to better health. We provide robust education and training to help you grow professionally and personally while staying up to date on new products and services. We continually seek innovative ways to care for our patients.
Medication Orders Evaluate orders based on patient's weight, allergy history and compatibilities. Properly record orders in the patient profile. Complete medication orders without error and ready for delivery with the next run. Clarify and resolve problem orders. Contact the physician or nurse as needed and pass information on to the next shift R.PH. Detect all problem medication orders, generate appropriate alternatives and effect change in patient care.
Intravenous Preparations Train other pharmacists and technicians in the unit dose and Intravenous (IV) areas. Prepare all IV preparations (TPN, central lines, antibiotics, chemotherapy) and respiratory therapy syringes in accordance with departmental guidelines; check for errors and ensure delivery according to policy.
Chemotherapy Orders Process Chemotherapy orders and have dosages and calculations checked by two Pharmacists. R.PH. must use currently accepted precautions when preparing chemotherapy (gowns, gloves, chemotherapy mat), prepare Chemotherapy in the appropriate hood and use calculations indicated on the chemotherapy patient cardex.
Serve as a Resource Use current appropriate references to ascertain correct and complete answers to medication related questions (drug compatibilities and interactions, appropriate dosage form selection and dosing for patient weight and age). Review patient data, at the request of a physician, to make appropriate recommendation on time to draw serum concentrations for various medications,. Handle questions and problems in a professional manner, particularly on the telephone and at the window. Anticipate and analyze conflict situations and take preventative or corrective action. Identify concerns to appropriate persons and assist in problem solving and decision making. Function in any area in the central pharmacy where an R.PH. is needed. Take administrative initiative to handle problems when supervisor is not available. Function as an informational resource for the institution.
Required: Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy OR PharmD Degree Pharmacist License in the state of Ohio
Cincinnati Children's is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and treasures Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are committed to creating an environment of dignity and respect for all our employees, patients, and families (EEO/AA).
About Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.