Pharmacy Supervisor, Ambulatory Anticoagulation Clinic
5 - 7 years experience • Patient Care
As a Pharmacy Supervisor of the Ambulatory Anticoagulation Clinic, you will have the goal of providing safe, efficient, timely and accurate anticoagulation services; works under the general direction of the Director, Outpatient and Population Health Pharmacy Services and in collaboration with the clinic Medical Director. Performs direct patient care functions as required. This supervisor is an experienced hospital or ambulatory care pharmacist.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Supervises activities of clinic staff to assure expected level of services
- Coordinates and integrates clinic services with the operations of Christiana Care Cardiology Consultants and other departments or services, as needed.
- Coordinates the creation, revision and approval of the clinic’s protocols in accordance with health system policy
- Ensures the patient care provided aligns with the protocols, guidelines and policies of the health system
- Responsible for training new clinical personnel, including departmental- and position-specific orientation, departmental policies and procedures, WebEd curriculum, clinical credentialing, and other training as appropriate.
- Responsible for performance evaluations of assigned personnel.
- Responsible for creation and maintenance of clinic staff assignments and schedules
- Responsible for assigned departmental quality improvement programs and initiatives
- Establishes processes that provide for escalation of patient care concerns, when appropriate
- Develops a program to create/maintain competencies of the clinic staff
- Ensures medical record documentation and hand-offs between disciplines occur in a timely, effective and compliant manner
- Performs direct patient care functions, as assigned
- Demonstrates a Culture of Responsibility (CoR) during eventinvestigation, conversations with personnel and proactive identification/resolution of risky behaviors.
- Represents the anticoagulation clinic on committees, as assigned
- Performs assigned work safely, adhering to established departmental safety rules and practices. Reports to supervisor, in a timely manner, any unsafe activities, conditions, hazards or safety violations that may cause injury to oneself, other employees, patients and visitors.
- Maintains operations in compliance with all State, Federal, and Joint Commission regulations or standards.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
- Minimum of Pharm.D. degreerequired
- ASHP-accredited residency preferred; equivalent experience will be considered
- Board certification in pharmacotherapy (BCPS) preferred
- Current licensure (or eligible to reciprocate) State of Delaware
- Minimum five years hospital clinical pharmacy experience or ambulatory clinical pharmacy experience
- Supervisory experiencepreferred
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