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All postings active as of 1/08/2024

Note: most of these facilities have multiple openings. We suggest you click the links in the ad and explore their career page for more opportunities.


Job Description:

Pharmacist Clinical Specialist.  Day shift rotations consisting of 8- and 10- hour shifts with every 4th weekend staffing.

Full time

Thomas Hospital was founded in 1960 as a not-for-profit hospital and is part of Infirmary Health System. Thomas Hospital is currently licensed for 189 beds but are ready to start a new 30 bed expansion. Thomas Hospital has 22 ICU beds with a focus on Cardiology, Orthopedics, and Obstetrics. The In-patient Pharmacist Clinical Specialist will work closely with our health-care team in a unit-based setting. The specialist will ensure and provide patient care that optimizes medication therapy and promotes health, wellness, and disease prevention. Facilitates the development, implementation and maintenance of complex, in-depth clinical services that promote desirable patient outcomes through the use of safe, cost-effective drug therapies. Join our team of professionals that are committed to excellent patient care. Our pharmacies work with the latest automated technology for medication inventory, compounding, distribution and dispensing. If you are looking for a career that encompasses Leadership, Integrity, Family and Excellent Service than look no further- Apply now! To learn more about Thomas Hospital and Infirmary Health System, visit us at https://www.infirmaryhealth.org.

Qualifications:

    • Pharm D from an accredited college of Pharmacy
    • PGY1; PGY2 or fellowship completion, or comparable experience
    • Working knowledge of drug therapy and disease management
    Apply:

    Please submit applications online at: Infirmary Health Career Page

    Contact Roland Naseman, Pharmacy Manager, for additional information - roland.naseman@infirmaryhealth.org. (251)-279-1374.

    Date: 1/08/2024



    Job Description:

    Inpatient Pharmacist - Full time

    Night shift, 7 on / 7 off

    Baptist Health is the largest healthcare system serving central Alabama, providing comprehensive hospital-based and outpatient services to nearly 60 percent of the residents in Montgomery, Autauga and Elmore counties. To learn more about Baptist Health, visit us at https://www.baptistfirst.orgThe Pharmacist shall be responsible for medication order entry, preparation and distribution for patients. The Pharmacist will help to ensure the appropriate prescription and administration of medications to patients within the institution. This position may have additional duties assigned as needed.

    Qualifications:

    • Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy required, PharmD degree preferred.
    • PGY1 residency or 3 or more years of inpatient practice preferred.
    • Valid and active RPH required or obtained within 3 months of hire.
    • Alabama Controlled Substance certification required or obtain within 3 months of hire.
    • BLS required.
    • BPS certification preferred.
    • Ability to accurately perform computer order entry duties.
    • Proficient in needed pharmaceutical calculations and the metric system.
    • Basic knowledge in pharmacokinetic calculations and parenteral nutrition management.
    • Knowledge of aseptic technique.
    • Evidence of commitment to continuing education.

    Please submit applications online at: Baptist Medical Center South Inpatient Night Shift

    Date: 11/13/2023




    Job Description:

    Inpatient Pharmacist - Full time

    2nd Shift

    The pharmacy department plays an integral role in the healthcare team at East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC). A pharmacist ensures the safe and effective use of medication by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services. The pharmacist accepts responsibility, authority, and accountability for management and provision of care in accordance with the current EAMC policies and procedures. The pharmacist is responsible for leading efforts in the prevention and reporting of medication errors and adverse drug reactions according to policy and works to continuously improve process and practice in the institution to enhance safety of medication therapy. Staff pharmacists must maintain competence in all aspects of current clean room operations, aseptic techniques, and pharmacy standards including the safe handling of hazardous medications (USP <795>, <797>, <800>).

    Qualifications:

      • Minimum Education
        • Graduate of accredited school of pharmacy
        • Required Registration/License/Certification
          • Active and clear Registered Pharmacist License and Controlled Substances Permit issued by the State of Alabama
        • Preferred Education
          • PharmD and PGY-1/PGY-2 residency completion
        • Preferred Experience
          • 3-5 years of inpatient hospital pharmacy practice
        • Preferred Registration/License/Certification
          • Board of Pharmacy Specialties Certification or other applicable certifications
        Apply: Please submit applications online at: East Alabama Health Jobs Search




        Job Description:

        Inpatient Pharmacist - Full time

        Day shift - Float

        The pharmacy department plays an integral role in the healthcare team at East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC). A pharmacist ensures the safe and effective use of medication by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services. The pharmacist accepts responsibility, authority, and accountability for management and provision of care in accordance with the current EAMC policies and procedures. The pharmacist is responsible for leading efforts in the prevention and reporting of medication errors and adverse drug reactions according to policy and works to continuously improve process and practice in the institution to enhance safety of medication therapy. Staff pharmacists must maintain competence in all aspects of current clean room operations, aseptic techniques, and pharmacy standards including the safe handling of hazardous medications (USP <795>, <797>, <800>).

        Qualifications:

          • Minimum Education
            • Graduate of accredited school of pharmacy
            • Required Registration/License/Certification
              • Active and clear Registered Pharmacist License and Controlled Substances Permit issued by the State of Alabama
            • Preferred Education
              • PharmD and PGY-1/PGY-2 residency completion
            • Preferred Experience
              • 3-5 years of inpatient hospital pharmacy practice
            • Preferred Registration/License/Certification
              • Board of Pharmacy Specialties Certification or other applicable certifications
            Apply: Please submit applications online at: https://alabamahealth.hctsportals.com/jobs/1701644-pharmacist-full-time-inpatient-pharmacy-opelika






            Job Title/Description:

            Clinical Pharmacist - Inpatient Pharmacy

            Part Time, Rotating Shift

            Monitors drug therapy to improve patient outcomes and quality of care, recommends rational and cost-effective pharmacotherapeutic alternatives and provides accurate and efficient medication distribution. Implements and evaluates nutritional support and pharmacokinetic regimens. Supervises pharmacy technical staff.

            Requirements

            • Bachelor degree in pharmacy or doctor of pharmacy degree from an accredited university with license to practice pharmacy in Alabama required
            • Completion of post graduate pharmacy residency or equivalent clinical experience strongly preferred
            • Proof of current AHA BLS must be provided or obtained by the end of the orientation period
            • Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to work in a fast paced environment, requiring prioritizing and changing tasks frequently and quickly
            • Must be proficient in mathematics.


            Apply: Please visit: https://careers.hhsys.org/us/en/job/44564/Clinical-Pharmacist-Madison-Hospital-Inpatient-Pharmacy-PT-Shift-Varies


            Contact for more information: Chris Strickland (christopher.strickland@hhsys.org); Lauren Whitt (lauren.whitt@hhsys.org)


            Date 10/6/2023





            Job Title/Description: Clinical Pharmacist

            Full time, 7-on/7-off, 3rd shift

            Exciting opportunity to be a part of implementing overnight pharmacy services at Athens-Limestone Hospital. Overnight Clinical Pharmacist position will be 7on/7off night shift coverage and include opportunities to assist in implementing clinical services across the hospital, as well as working on administrative projects. Monitors drug therapy to improve patient outcome and quality of care, recommends rational and cost-effective pharmacotherapeutic alternatives and provides accurate and efficient medication distribution. Implements and evaluates nutritional support and pharmacokinetic regimens. Supervises pharmacy technical staff.

            Key Responsibilities:

            • Determines and recommends the most appropriate and cost effective drug therapy through a review of patient specific data and implementation of pharmacy protocols. 
            • Adequately evaluates patient data for potential drug-drug interactions, allergy data, height and weight, and pregnancy and lactation status as needed. 
            • Adequately staffs main pharmacy and pharmacy sterile products area. 
            • Documents clinical interventions and prevented medication errors. 
            • Ensures accuracy and timeliness of medications dispensed through the distribution system. 
            • Operates Pyxis and CII Safe efficiently. 
            • Demonstrates an understanding of state and federal laws governing the practice of pharmacy and practices the profession of pharmacy in a professional, legal, and ethical manner. 
            • Implements and evaluates nutritional support and pharmacokinetic regimens for designated patient population. 
            • Provides routine drug information to healthcare providers. 
            • Responds to Code Blue, Heart Alert calls and assumes responsibility for medications and drug information. 
            • Participates in staff development. 
            • Incorporates NPSG, medication safety, and the Joint Commission regulations into daily practice. 
            • Ensures that routine departmental functions are carried out in the absence of a manager. 
            • Adequately supervises pharmacy technicians.

            Requirements

            Completion of post-graduate pharmacy residency or equivalent clinical experience strongly preferred.

            License to practice pharmacy in Alabama required.

            Proof of current AHA BLS/ACLS must be provided or obtained by the end of the orientation period.


            Apply: Please visit: https://www.athenslimestonehospital.com/careers


            Contact for more information: Lauren Woller, PharmD, BCPS, at laurenwo@alhnet.org


            Date 9/30/2023