He/she must be able to assess and interpret data about the patients status in order to identify each patients specific needs and provide the care needed by the patient group (pediatric, adolescents and/or geriatric patient group, culture and diagnostic specific).
Responsible for publishing data or giving presentations at local, regional or national meetings; instructs and trains pharmacy residents and students; assists in overseeing and directing the clinical services provided by pharmacists.
The Associate Chief Dosimetrists will act as the dosimetry liaison with therapists, physicists, and physicians and may serves as the Program Coordinator of the dosimetry school, coordinating didactic lectures and clinical training for the dosimetry students.
Responsible for supervising the various tests, results, software systems, quality control for the laboratory department including the Core lab, Microbiology, Immunology and Send Outs, as well as the supervising staff for those departments.
This individual also assists in resolving highly complex issues regarding Radiology applications, coordinates market-wide testing and implementation of software releases, assists in developing strategies for training.
The Technical Specialist in the Labs of Pathology serves as a technical resource for the department, performing patient testing as requested by clinicians and faculty they will also develop testing for use within the lab, assuring an efficient, effective and high quality work process.
The role will manage new hire orientation, general staff education, policy review, interdisciplinary education, research and abstract preparation, performance evaluations and general staff supervisory responsibilities.
This position offers opportunity for teaching and research in an academically oriented department with the option to develop clinical expertise in focused area of gastroenterology. Ideal candidates will be fellowship trained gastroenterologists who have a strong interest in working with a multidisciplinary team.