Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center seeks a Residency trained Clinical Pharmacist with hematology/anticoagulation stewardship experience/training to join our growing team. A PGY2 residency is required. Additional training opportunities exist for these specialty populations. The clinical pharmacist will work closely with a world-renowned hematologist to care primarily for patients with hemophilia and other hematological disorders. Additionally, the clinical pharmacist will serve as the department’s anticoagulation steward.
This position develops, implements, and monitors clinical pharmacy programs to improve patient care with an additional focus on decreasing cost; provides clinical services to patients and professional staff; interacts with medical staff on drug utilization and cost containment. Additionally, this position provides opportunities for multidisciplinary and resident education as well as research.
Education: Doctorate of Pharmacy degree, PGY2 residency
Licensure in State of Texas
Pharmacy Sterile Product certification through an in-house program orother accredited program if appropriate
Preferred completion of ASHP accredited pharmacy practice residency or fellowship or demonstration of equivalent experience
Experience / Knowledge / Skills:
Ability to promote teamwork, build effective relationships, and to lead/facilitate work groups
Strong customer service skills
Knowledge of pharmacy and hospital computer systems and computer-assisted devices
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is an 856-bed academic, tertiary-care medical center located in Houston, Texas. The hospital serves as the primary teaching hospital for The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) McGovern Medical School, and is designated a Level I Trauma Center for both adult and pediatric patients. Within the Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center campus are Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital, the Heart & Vascular Institute, the Mischer Neuroscience Institute, the Texas Trauma Institute, and the Ironman Sports Medicine Institute. The campus is also home to a Burn Center, Cancer Center, Transplant Center, Memorial Hermann Life Flight, and more. Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is part of the Memorial Hermann Health System, a not-for-profit health system comprised of 15 acute-care hospitals and numerous specialty programs and services located throughout the Greater Houston area.