Our pharmacists are responsible for providing pharmaceutical care and services to our patients including drug dispensing and distribution, drug monitoring and management, clinical pharmacy services, and educational support. Our pharmacists are also expected to be a resource to other professionals within the organization by providing drug information, intervening to assist with medication management, and staff education.
- Develop and maintain skill on the Meditech system including order entry, clinical interventions, billing, and clinical documentation.
- Complete and/or supervise medication order entry.
- Supervise and/or actively participate in medication dispensing including processing and delivering interim medication orders and daily cart fills, employee prescriptions, and Juliette Manor interim fills and cart fills maintaining a high level of accuracy.
- Outpatient counseling at the time of dispensing.
- Supervise and/or actively participate, as appropriate, in the preparation of sterile products and chemotherapy, strictly adhering to all policies and safety standards, and providing the highest quality products.
- Participation, as appropriate, in Code Blue and patient resuscitation.
- Completion of routine medication reconciliation activities including admission interviews on all inpatients.
- Medication protocol and dosing management including aminoglycoside and vancomycin dosing, oversight of the Heparin protocol, etc.
- Clinical interventions such as therapeutic substitutions, renal dosing, IV to PO drug switches, empiric and therapeutic antibiotic selection, and TPN management.
- Participation in the preparation of the multidisciplinary plan of care including the preparation, as appropriate, of a pharmaceutical care plan.
- Provision of drug information to clinical staff.
- Provision of educational support to the clinical staff and patients.
- Participation on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee including preparation of drug monograph reviews, drug class review and therapeutic substitution selection, and protocol development and presentation.
- Active participation in the further development of our clinical pharmacy practice.
- Policy and procedure review and development as appropriate to the function of the department.
- Participate in the publication of a bi-monthly newsletter.
- Maintain current licensure.
Must be a graduate of an Accredited College of Pharmacy (ACPE)
Must have passed Pharmacy Boards and hold a current, or be eligible for, license in Wisconsin.
Community Health Network of Wisconsin - 16 months ago