Staff Clinical Pharmacist
Beaumont Hospitals - Royal Oak, MI

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Bachelor's Degree
  • Staff Clinical Pharmacist

    Routinely reviews medication orders and patient medication profiles for appropriateness of therapy. Monitors for drug interactions, duplication of therapy, allergies, adverse reactions, appropriate formulary alternatives, and identifies medications which require patient teaching or discharge counseling. Participates in multidisciplinary team care rounding as assigned. Supports and/or provides medication reconciliation. Processes medication orders, i.e., medication order entry and verification. Participates in and provides daily supervision for all activities associated with medication dispensing and preparation. Participates in evaluation of technical staff. Provides the dosing and monitoring of medications, including but not limited to physician generated consults for pharmacokinetic evaluations, anti-coagulant therapy and pain management. Recommends changes in medication therapy based on appropriateness and medication management initiatives. Reports adverse drug reactions, medication errors, and documents pharmacist interventions. Participates in pharmacist, graduate pharmacist, technician, resident, intern, and student training. Provides drug information to various health care providers and patients. Participates in department quality regulatory and accreditation efforts, meetings, committees, policy and procedure development and review, and supports or develops cost savings initiatives. Coordinates daily activities and solves problems.

    In addition to the clinical skills required, the Pharmacist must be able to work individually and as a team member, have good verbal communication skills, have basic computer skills, be able to direct and supervise the day to day work of Technicians and to assume the responsibility for departmental services. Pharmacists should be familiar with State and Federal Pharmacy and Controlled Substance Regulations, as well as standards issued by regulatory/provider agencies. The individual should also have the skills necessary to search, interpret and disseminate medical literature information.

    AB26 paygrade. Requires Pharmacy Degree (Bachelor Degree or Pharmacy Doctorate) from an accredited College of Pharmacy or foreign equivalency. Requires State of Michigan Pharmacist and Controlled Substance licensure.

    Applicants must complete Beaumont Hospitals Survey following application or have completed assessment within the last 12 months.

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    Beaumont Health System is a three-hospital regional health system with more than 1,725 beds and more than 3,700 physicians along with...