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Job Location: Snoqualmie, Washington - United States
JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 27138
Title: Clinical Pharmacist
Job Location: Snoqualmie, Washington - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $100,000.00 - $130,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Negotiable

WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?

This job opportunity is for a Clinical Pharmacist located in Snoqualmie, Washington

Direct Hire
Full Time
Competitive Compensation
Benefits Package


the Clinical Pharmacist will be responsible for providing drug therapy review/monitoring, prescribing, preparation, counseling, dispensing, and drug control in accordance with departmental and hospital policies and procedures as well as all applicable laws and regulations.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Responsible for providing quality pharmaceutical care to patients. This includes all aspects of therapeutic selection, implementation (including prescriptive authority protocols), monitoring, modification and dispensing of drug therapy all with appropriate documentation and communication.

Responsible for documenting drug information questions, drug utilization evaluation activities and adverse drug reactions.

Understands and reacts effectively to the unique needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and/or geriatric patients as demonstrated by effective documentation in progress notes and pharmacy care plans.

Responsible for adherence by pharmacy interns, pharmacy residents and pharmacy technicians to departmental policies and procedures as well as State and Federal laws and regulations.

Promotes the adherence to the SVH Drug Formulary as approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee of the Medical Staff.

Assures that proper charging documentation is completed correctly for services provided.

Promote and market the pharmacy department to the community, patients, hospital employees, members of the medical staff and their office employees in an informal manner.

Maintain a positive, direct, open communication line with members Medical Staff and their employees.

Maintain clinical competency through successful completion of the self-study modules and providing clinical services in practice.

Provide teaching, direction and supervision of pharmacy students, residents and medical assistants working under your direction.

Participates in and supports professional organizations.

Take an active, participating role in the development and implementation of new programs, while supporting and facilitating the programs in place.

Completes assigned competency assessments.

Completes additional responsibilities/projects when assigned by Director.

SKILLS:

Pass oral and written examinations pertaining to the areas of current clinical pharmacy service responsibilities.

Professionally ethical and experienced in directing and supervising pharmacy students, residents, and medical assistants.

Demonstrated teaching ability.

Demonstrated ability regarding bedside manner with patients and communication skills with patients, their families and health care professionals.

Current in prescribing trends, new drugs, and drug treatment developments in the anticoagulation clinic setting.

Skill in developing and maintaining positive interpersonal relationships with a diverse population.

Ability to communicate effectively with the physical and emotional developments of all age groups.


ABOUT THE AREA:


Halfway between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass is a charming small town called Snoqualmie. Along with its astounding beauty, it has many things to offer for people of all ages. Thriving arts community, music, theatre, local art, wineries, breweries, special events, community center, coffee shops, parks, trails and plenty more recreational destinations. One of the favorites is the Snoqualmie River which passes through town and forms over a 250 foot waterfall.
Most residents own their homes and the schools are highly rated. There is an array of medical services at the Hospital and local clinics that serve the community.

28 miles to Seattle
41 miles to Tacoma

JOB DESCRIPTION

This job opportunity is for a Clinical Pharmacist located in Snoqualmie, Washington

Direct Hire
Full Time
Competitive Compensation
Benefits Package


the Clinical Pharmacist will be responsible for providing drug therapy review/monitoring, prescribing, preparation, counseling, dispensing, and drug control in accordance with departmental and hospital policies and procedures as well as all applicable laws and regulations.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Responsible for providing quality pharmaceutical care to patients. This includes all aspects of therapeutic selection, implementation (including prescriptive authority protocols), monitoring, modification and dispensing of drug therapy all with appropriate documentation and communication.

Responsible for documenting drug information questions, drug utilization evaluation activities and adverse drug reactions.

Understands and reacts effectively to the unique needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and/or geriatric patients as demonstrated by effective documentation in progress notes and pharmacy care plans.

Responsible for adherence by pharmacy interns, pharmacy residents and pharmacy technicians to departmental policies and procedures as well as State and Federal laws and regulations.

Promotes the adherence to the SVH Drug Formulary as approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee of the Medical Staff.

Assures that proper charging documentation is completed correctly for services provided.

Promote and market the pharmacy department to the community, patients, hospital employees, members of the medical staff and their office employees in an informal manner.

Maintain a positive, direct, open communication line with members Medical Staff and their employees.

Maintain clinical competency through successful completion of the self-study modules and providing clinical services in practice.

Provide teaching, direction and supervision of pharmacy students, residents and medical assistants working under your direction.

Participates in and supports professional organizations.

Take an active, participating role in the development and implementation of new programs, while supporting and facilitating the programs in place.

Completes assigned competency assessments.

Completes additional responsibilities/projects when assigned by Director.

SKILLS:

Pass oral and written examinations pertaining to the areas of current clinical pharmacy service responsibilities.

Professionally ethical and experienced in directing and supervising pharmacy students, residents, and medical assistants.

Demonstrated teaching ability.

Demonstrated ability regarding bedside manner with patients and communication skills with patients, their families and health care professionals.

Current in prescribing trends, new drugs, and drug treatment developments in the anticoagulation clinic setting.

Skill in developing and maintaining positive interpersonal relationships with a diverse population.

Ability to communicate effectively with the physical and emotional developments of all age groups.


ABOUT THE AREA:


Halfway between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass is a charming small town called Snoqualmie. Along with its astounding beauty, it has many things to offer for people of all ages. Thriving arts community, music, theatre, local art, wineries, breweries, special events, community center, coffee shops, parks, trails and plenty more recreational destinations. One of the favorites is the Snoqualmie River which passes through town and forms over a 250 foot waterfall.
Most residents own their homes and the schools are highly rated. There is an array of medical services at the Hospital and local clinics that serve the community.

28 miles to Seattle
41 miles to Tacoma

QUALIFICATIONS

REQUIREMENTS:

Completion of an advanced degree preferred, but not required. Completion of an ASHP Accredited Residency and/or Fellowship preferred, but not required

Extensive walking. Lifting of moderate to heavy weights. Extensive entry (keyboarding) into computer. Ability to continually change priorities in response to changing patient needs. Ability to work in an environment of constant interruptions.

Minimum of 3 years experience

Currently active State License

ACLSBLS/BCLSPALSNRP

Education:
Doctorate




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