To achieve a high level of pharmaceutical care for the medical staff, nursing staff, and patients while fostering appropriate, cost- effective healthcare. To bring all departmental employees to a higher level of clinical involvement and understanding.
The Pharmacist will be responsible for practicing Pharmacy as a knowledge based clinical profession, and integrating patient oriented services with traditional distributive and drug control activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for hands-on build, compendium maintenance, order sets build, potential beacon build (beacon experience is a bonus), and work with Willow Pharmacist project teams through Epic upgrades, implementations, and overall system maintenance and optimization, meeting in internal bi-weekly Willow, Pharmacist, and Therapeutics meetings to discuss operational and technical build requirements.
The Neonatal ICU Clinical pharmacist will have leadership opportunities to include: committee leader of the Vermont Oxford iNICQ- 2017 initiatives, chairperson of the Neonatal Pharmacy and Nutrition Committee and a preceptor of students and residents.
Responsible for the coordination of specialty pharmacy services in assigned area. Provides consultative/clinical
services including antibiotic dosing of vancomycin and aminoglycosides, initial Coumadin dosing, renal dosing and IV to-PO conversions.