Responsible for the overall drug therapy management of patients in specific pharmacotherapy specialty areas and the education of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and pharmacy students regarding the appropriate utilization of medications. The clinical specialist is involved in direct patient care through multidisciplinary rounding and patient monitoring, develops and implements education programs for pharmacists, educates and trains pharmacy residents and students, and provides in-service education to physicians, nurses, and medical students.
A Doctor of Pharmacy degree
ASHP accredited PGY1 and relevant PGY2 specialty residency or equivalent experience
Must be licensed or eligible for licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Pennsylvania
Prefer PGY2 trained RPh in Ambulatory Care
Able to sit constantly; stand/walk occasionally.
Able to lift 0-10 lbs. constantly; 11-35 lbs. occasionally.
Able to carry 0-10 lbs. frequently; 11-35 lbs. occasionally.
Able to push 0-10 lbs. constantly; 11-20 lbs. frequently, 21-35 lbs. occasionally.
Able to pull 0-20 lbs. frequently; 21-35 lbs. occasionally.
Able to climb occasionally; reach constantly.
Able to use hands for simple/firm grasping.
Job ID: 5902