The Clinical Pharmacist II provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care primarily through a decentralized model providing service excellence, clinical services, distributive functions, education, and a commitment to the department’s mission. He/she shall demonstrate leadership qualities, serve as a role model, and actively participate in development and revision of policies and procedures, evidence based protocols/ordersets, and quality/performance improvement projects. Clinical Pharmacists II shall possess characteristics to successfully fulfill their responsibilities, including effective communication, flexibility, attention to detail, initiative, cooperation, and a high level of knowledge and skills applicable to their area of practice. Emphasis in practice area may include Cardiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Infectious Disease/Antimicrobial Stewardship, Medication Safety, and/or Surgery. He/she will regularly participate in interdisciplinary rounds/meetings, profile orders for medications, monitor patient’s drug therapies, provide drug information, and initiate/modify drug therapy based on medical staff approved policies and protocols including nutrition support and pharmacokinetics. A Clinical Pharmacist II supervises and directs supportive staff, precepts pharmacy students, residents, and pharmacy trainees. He/she will provide information regarding medication therapy in both formal and informal settings to healthcare providers, residents, staff, patients, and families. In the absence of the Director of Pharmacy, a Clinical Staff Pharmacist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the Director of Pharmacy. Demonstrate Service Excellence and other duties as assigned.
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from an accredited institution or Bachelors degree in Pharmacy (BS Pharm) from an accredited institution with relevant experience in the area of practice.
PGY1 Residency/fellowship or Three (3) years of relevant acute care experience
Current Pharmacist License in the State of Florida
Board Certification (BPS) active or certification that meets ASHP preceptor qualifications relevant to intended area of focus.
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