Recruiting for: 1. Inpatient/Outpatient Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Clinical Pharmacist (1 position) 2. Inpatient Hematology Oncology Clinical Pharmacist (1 position) 3. Outpatient Hematology Lymphoma Clinical Pharmacist (1 position) 4. Outpatient Medical Oncology Clinical Pharmacist with focus on Gyn-Onc (1- new position)
Work related activities may include drug selection, drug information, regimen creation and ordering, monitoring and toxicity management, formulary management, protocol and pathway development, Beacon review, outcome evaluations, and patient or staff education/counseling. The Clinical Pharmacist is key to identifying quality initiatives to improve patient outcomes, continued overview of policies, and/or guidelines, and other clinical pharmacy initiatives.
The current oncology clinical team includes inpatient hematology/oncology (3), outpatient hematology (3), outpatient medical oncology (1), outpatient pediatric oncology (1), and inpatient/outpatient transplant and cellular therapy clinical pharmacists (4) at the University of Miami Hospital & Clinics and Uhealth Tower.
For transplant and cellular therapy: the pharmacists rotate between inpatient (autologous and cell therapy & allogeneic services) and several outpatient clinics including administrative responsibilities to support the rapidly growing program.
The outpatient medical oncology positions are new positions for the cancer center that will be primarily in the neuro-oncology and gyn-oncology clinics, but will help cover other medical oncology clinics or administrative responsibilities (shared with another outpatient medical oncology clinical pharmacist).
The inpatient hematology oncology pharmacists will be responsible for rounding on the inpatient leukemia service and the inpatient lymphoma/MM service. The inpatient hematology clinical will rotate between these two services throughout the year
The outpatient hematology oncology pharmacist – lymphoma – will provide coverage for the lymphoma service line. Setting is in the ambulatory clinic at the main campus.
Requires current licensure (or eligible for licensure) in the State of Florida and a degree in Pharmacy from an accredited College of Pharmacy.
PharmD is required; consideration will be given to all candidates who have been grandfathered by the state of Florida to keep their licenses active/current if obtained before the changes to the Pharmacists’ licenses (PharmD requirement) took place, this also includes candidates from other countries that have obtained a Florida license.
PGY-1 and Hematology/Oncology PGY-2 Residency or Board Certification in Oncology Pharmacy plus 3 years of experience.
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