Parkview Health is a not-for-profit, community-based health system serving a northeast Indiana population of more than 820,000. With over 10,000 employees, we're the region's largest employer.
Parkview is guided by a mission to improve the health of the communities we serve. Our world-class clinical teams are dedicated to providing the highest levels of compassionate care. In turn, we are committed to equipping them with state-of-the-art technology and facilities. Parkview strives to be a partner with civic leaders on the frontlines of safety, wellness and prevention. And, because we are the region's only not-for-profit health system, you can be sure of the most important thing of all -- our patients come first.
Parkview Health has been recognized as one of the 57 best-performing health systems in the country! Change a Life Today. Yours. Choose Parkview. Why explore employment opportunities with Parkview Pharmacy?
- A progressive pharmaceutical care environment in a variety of practice settings, including inpatient pharmacy, interdisciplinary rounding, specialty clinics, a surgical/critical care satellite pharmacy, a cancer satellite pharmacy, and Emergency Department.
- Early adoption of automated technologies, including Pyxis® MedStations™, Pyxis® CUBIE
- Replenishment System, Pyxis® Connect and Pyxis® CII Safe™, Talyst's Autopack® and Autopharm® inventory management software with vertical carousels and Baxa EM 2400™ TPN compounder
- Opportunities to provide anticoagulation monitoring, pharmacokinetic dosing, infection control and nutritional support services
- Competitive salary and benefits, along with sign-on bonuses
General Description: Provides pharmaceutical care services to the patients of Parkview Health. Services include, but are not limited to, oversight, monitoring, preparation, dispensing, and proper documentation of patient medication therapy, as well as advising physicians on matters pertaining to drug usage and control within assigned hospital locations and providing drug information, patient information, and oversight of information and dispensing processes and systems. This position will work in the inpatient pharmacies of Allen County and as clinical generalists on the patient care floors. Rounding with medical staff, proactive patient evaluation, and consult follow up are typical activities while functioning as a clinical generalist.
Position Requirements: Must have a BS, MS, or PharmD degree in Pharmacy from an accredited school of Pharmacy. PGY1 Residency Trained or equivalent experience. Pharmacist licensure in Indiana is required. Candidates must have a high level of clinical practice skills, enthusiasm for teaching, and the interpersonal skills needed to interact effectively with students, health professionals, and patients. Must successfully pass a criminal background check.
Req # 134800