Ministry Health Care Clinical Pharmacist Lead in Stanley, Wisconsin

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Lead Location: WI-Stanley-Our Lady of Victory - 1120 Pine Street Job Number: R-1412949

Clinical Lead- Pharmacist Our Lady of Victory Hospital, Stanley WI Our Lady of Victory has a wonderful opportunity for a Lead Pharmacist! In this role you would be the primary pharmacist on staff working with experienced technicians. This is an excellent role for someone that wants to influence a hospital pharmacy while having the opportunity to work with others at large tertiary care facility. The responsibilities include collaborating with medical staff to determine initial drug treatments and/or changes to established regimens; communication with physician, nurses or other health care providers; participating in patient rounds (where applicable); maintaining a clinical pharmacist presence in patient care areas for which there is direct responsibility; ensure formulary management strategies are implemented and complied with; proactively responding to medication management and safety concerns; develop clinical pharmacists; and mentoring pharmacy students and residents (where applicable). The Clinical Lead Pharmacist has a major role in helping plan improvements in the clinical and distributive pharmacy services provided to patients. Some key leadership/administrative duties of this position include (1) involvement in scheduling and performance review of assigned clinical pharmacist staff , (2) participating with Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, (3) investigation, follow-up, and planned improvements to address adverse drug reactions and medication incidents occurring in areas of responsibility, (4) serving on/serving as a resource to teams, committees, boards that develop drug use policy or use standards, and (5) coordination of the use of investigational drugs on service (if applicable). This position has a significant training responsibility; sees to continuing education and completion of formal competencies by assigned pharmacists; offers and conducts advanced clinical clerkships for pharmacy students; precepting of pharmacy residents (where applicable) and teaches drug therapy to medical, nursing and pharmacy staff. Qualifications: Minimum Education Required: Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Pharmacy from an accredited college or university of the United States. Minimum Related Years of Experience (per minimum education): Some previous experience as a licensed pharmacist experience in acute care hospital pharmacy operations is preferred. Some of this experience will have evidenced leadership interest, training, skills. Preferred candidates will have completed pharmacy residencies (or level of equivalent experience) or be nationally certified in pharmacotherapy (Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Certification), or hold one of the other clinical specialty certifications of the BPS. Previous experience in supervising or managing other pharmacist staff engaged in clinical activities, clinical pharmacy program responsibility, or other activities that demonstrate clinical Credential/Licensure Required: The staff / clinical pharmacist must be licensed to practice as a registered pharmacist or eligible for licensing in the State of Wisconsin. Job: Pharmacist