The Oncology Infusion Pharmacists provide pharmacy services as part of the multidisciplinary team to deliver safe, appropriate, effective, and quality patient-centered care to patients who present to the oncology service line. The Oncology Infusion pharmacist provides a wide variety of services including process/verify adult chemotherapy treatment and supportive care orders, review patient medication therapies, serve as a drug information resource for providers, nurses, fellow pharmacists, and other healthcare providers, interview and counsel patient and/or families regarding safe and effective medication use, detect and document adverse drug reactions, clinical interventions and medication errors, and apply appropriate pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics principles to provide optional drug therapy recommendations to name a few. The Oncology Infusion pharmacist will also engage with student and resident learners, staff both acute care and ambulatory service areas, and assist with quality improvement projects and research.
As a member of the Oncology Infusion Clinical Pharmacy team this individual will be responsible for the provision of comprehensive clinical pharmacy services for the oncology pharmacy space and all associated areas (e.g. Outpatient & Inpatient Oncology, Medical Oncology, Gynecological Oncology, & Ambulatory Infusion) including pharmacokinetic and therapeutic consultation.
2) Emergency Medicine Position
Emergency Medicine pharmacists are responsible for providing safe, effective, and quality patient-centered care to patients who present to the ED. The EM Pharmacist provides a wide variety of services including process/verify adult and pediatric medications orders, monitor patient medication therapies, provide drug information, attend all adult and pediatric emergent activations (Trauma, Stroke, STEMI, Code blue, RSI, Procedural Sedations), participate in bedside compounding, and assist with toxicology management to name a few. The EM pharmacist will also participate in student and resident teaching, serve as a committee member, and assist with quality improvement projects and research.
As a member of the Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacy team this individual will be responsible for the provision of comprehensive clinical pharmacy services for the ED and all associated areas (eg. Pediatrics, Trauma, Urgent Care) including pharmacokinetic and therapeutic consultation.
Locally owned and not-for-profit
6 hospitals & more than 80 regional clinics
1,575,138 annual clinic visits
1,194 beds total in health system
Recognized as Best Regional Hospital by U.S. News & World Report
Top 100 Integrated Health Network
Voted “Best Place to Work” 5 years in a row
Cox Medical Center- South specifics:
786 beds, with average daily census of 550
Level 1 Trauma Center
Level 1 STEMI Center
Level 1 Stroke Center
Level 3 NICU
66 Bed Emergency Department / 28 Bed Urgent Care (352,340 visits annually)
75 Bed Intensive Care Unit (Neuro Trauma ICU, Medical ICU, Cardiovascular ICU, Critical Care Unit/Step Down)
Required: Bachelors in Pharmacy - Graduate of an ACPE accredited school of Pharmacy
Preferred: Doctorate of Pharmacy - Completion of ASHP accredited PGY1 residency
Required: No Prior Experience Required
Preferred: 2 years healthcare setting or equivalent residency training
Required: Registered with Missouri Board of Pharmacy as Pharmacist
**Eligibility for licensure requires submission of application for Pharmacy License at time of hire**
Medication Therapy Services Certification must be obtained within 90 days of hire
From our beginnings in a frame duplex in 1906 to the six-hospital system of today, our story has been about growth, opportunity, advancement and caring. As one of southwest Missouri’s Choice Employers, we keep these traditions alive by continually investing in the technology, resources and people that make us the region’s health care leader.
CoxHealth is the region’s only locally owned, not-for-profit health system, serving a population of over 1 million. The CoxHealth Network is comprised of six hospitals: Cox Medical Center- South, Cox Medical Center- North, Cox Medical Center- Branson, Cox Medical Center- Monett, Cox Medical Center- Barton County, and Meyer Orthopedic and Rehab Hospital.
Springfield, MO is located in the heart of the Ozarks and is the third largest city in Missouri. Formally known as the “Queen City of the Ozarks” and the “Birthplace of Route 66”, it is home to several universities and colleges including Missouri State University, Drury University and Evangel University. The city is also known for its outdoor recreation activities, with nearly 100 city parks and 140 miles of outdoor bike trails, and rich historical background. Springfield hosts a wide v...ariety of other activities such as sports leagues, festivals, theatre, museums, airport access, and easy access to areas like Kansas City, MO, St. Louis, MO, and Fayetteville, AR. For more information on Springfield, MO, please visit: Home | Springfield Missouri (springfieldmo.org).
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