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Monitors patient's clinical status, drug therapy, and laboratory data to assure that drug therapy is appropriate, that goals of therapy are achieved, and that problems or unintended effects of therapy are addressed and resolved.
Participates in codes, traumas strokes and resuscitations of critically ill patients
Provides consultation on the selection of drug therapy, determination of therapeutic outcomes, and clinical pharmacokinetics.
When the need is identified, obtains medication histories, provides patient/family education and discharge counseling.
Participates in patient care planning sessions such as medical rounds and clinical pathways.
Documents the clinical and financial impact of pharmaceutical care services provided on patient outcomes, and reports these findings to clinical coordinators.
Participates in departmental quality assurance activities, medication errors/adverse drug reaction activities, and formulary maintenance according to approved P & T guidelines.
Provides opportunities for staff education and development such as continuing education seminars and guest speakers.
Provides drug information for staff, physicians, and other health care providers.
Participates in hospital committees and quality initiatives.
Acts as preceptor for graduate and undergraduate pharmacy students while on Patient Care rotations.
Participates in didactic instruction for undergraduate and graduate students.
Participates in clinical on-call service, including evening, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Performs monthly checks of areas where drugs are stored.
Serves as clinical liaison between pharmacy department and other health care departments.
Remains current with primary medical and pharmaceutical literature.
Maintains continued professional competency, drug knowledge and clinical skills through personal study, active participation in department projects, staff meetings, educational conferences, and professional society memberships.
Adheres to and supports the philosophy, policies, procedures and goals of Mercy and the Department of Pharmaceutical Care.
Pharm.D. , PGY-1 Residency required, PGY-2 Residency in Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, or Neurology preferred or 3 years of practical experience in Critical Care, Emergency Medicine or Neurology acceptable
Mercy Health is an equal opportunity employer.
We'll also reward your hard work with:
Comprehensive, affordable medical, dental and vision plans
Prescription drug coverage
Flexible spending accounts
Life insurance w/AD&D
An employer-matched 403(b) for those who qualify.
Paid time off
And much more
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