The Clinical PharmacistInfectious Diseases is responsible for providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to patients through clinical services, formulary management, development of policies and procedures, and integrated drug distribution.
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 Clinical Pharmacist Infectious Diseases is responsible for providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to patients through clinical services, formulary management, development of policies and procedures, and integrated drug distribution.
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.
Provides pharmaceutical services including drug information to nurses, physicians, and other health care providers. Serves all patients to include, but not limited to, neonates, pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics.
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.
Responsible for the coordination of specialty pharmacy services in assigned area; provide consultative/clinical services including antibiotic dosing of vancomycin and aminoglycosides, initial Coumadin dosing, renal dosing and IVto-PO conversions.