- Full Time
- Santa Rosa, CA
Clinical Pharmacist Oncology Specialist
A Clinical Pharmacy Specialist works as an essential team member of the multidisciplinary patient care team in delivering optimal pharmaceutical care to patients. In collaboration with other members of the patient care team, clinical pharmacy specialist shares the responsibility for patient safety and treatment outcomes by providing comprehensive medication management services. A Clinical Pharmacy Specialist is a pharmacy leader with strong knowledge of their respective clinical specialties. Specialists must possess the ability to work independently in identifying process improvement deficiencies as well as developing and implementing action plans to improve the quality of patient care.
- PharmD from an accredited School of Pharmacy.
- Coursework/Training – Hospital residency training, PGY-2, or Clinical experience.
- 2 years of Clinical pharmacist in a hospital setting.
- Licensed in CA as a pharmacist; OR
- Have passed the CA exam, California Pharmacist Jurisprudence Examination (CPJE), AND
- Able to get a pharmacist license within 6 weeks of the start of employment.
- Coursework/Training – PGY-2 training in an acute care pharmacy specialty.
- 5 years of experience working as a clinical pharmacist specialist.
What is a PGY-2 resident?
A postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency is designed to build upon those competencies developed by a postgraduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency pharmacy, and when appropriate provide training to allow you to prepare for board certification.
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Positions specified as “on-call/per diem” refers to employment consisting of shifts scheduled on an “as-needed basis” to fill in for staff vacancies.