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At Cleveland Clinic, you’ll work with the most advanced medication use system that today’s technology can provide. We’ve transformed the entire process all the way from computerized prescriber order entry to a state of the art USP 797 clean room for IV admixtures - to automated repackaging devices and horizontal carousels for drug packaging, storage, inventory control and dispensing - to automated procurement and administration documentation at the nursing unit. In the central pharmacy, the pharmacist’s practice focus is on accurate and timely medication order review, clarification, intervention, processing, preparation and dispensing. Pharmacists at the Cleveland Clinic work in a unique pharmacist model that does not currently require a residency
Most new staff pharmacists at the Cleveland Clinic are initially oriented and trained in the Central Pharmacy area. During this time, you will also be introduced to Sterile Products, Specialty Satellites, Informatics, Anticoagulation, Quality and many other areas of practice. Then, as you show an interest in or an aptitude for a particular area of practice, you’ll find an abundance of additional training is available for whatever track you wish to pursue.
The Pharmacist Career Ladder provides a formalized process to advance within the profession of pharmacy through enhanced skill sets and/or direct patient care on the nursing unit. The Pharmacist Career Ladder will improve pharmacist retention as there will be significant opportunity for career advancement. Outstanding pharmacists who have met all of the career ladder criteria including specific competencies, accomplishments and time of service, can advance up to become a Clinical Specialist without going through a residency program .
The Pharmacist Career Ladder has six positions ranging from a newly licensed pharmacy graduate to a highly specialized clinical practitioner:
Pharmacist III —New Practitioners with basic professional order process/verification responsibilities
Pharmacist II —Specialized satellite service or nursing unit based pharmacist order verification with programmatic clinical functions
Pharmacist I —Nursing Unit-Based practice with patient care rounding responsibility
Clinical Specialist III —Clinical specialty practice responsibilities, including project work and student precepting
Clinical Specialist II —Specialized clinical practice, research, and education responsibilities (including didactic, residency training, et.)
Clinical Specialist I —Advanced proficiency in clinical practice, research and teaching
Our Benefits :
- Extremely competitive Salary
- 10K Student Loan Forgiveness Program
- Sign-On Bonus
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Work at Home Option
- Relocation Assistance Account
- Generous Paid Time Off
- Short and Long-Term
- Disability/Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
- Flexible Spending Account
RxCareerCenter - 2 years ago
Cleveland Clinic, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is a not-for-profit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospit...