Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Spartanburg Regional Medical Center Spartanburg , SC 29306

Posted 5 months ago

Minimum Requirements #Education


# # # # # #PharmD and PGY2 in Critical Care.# Experience


1-2 years of experience


License/Registration/Certifications


South Carolina Pharmacist License or eligible# for SC license# # Preferred Requirements #Preferred Education####


Pharm D and PGY2 in critical care# #Preferred Experience##


5-7 years of hospital experience# #Preferred License/Registration/Certifications###


SC license or eligible for SC license# #Core Job Responsibilities Educate multiple disciplines, including pharmacy, nursing, medical and support staff Critical Care service line leader as part of a system based Pharmacy layered learning initiative to drive expansion of clinical services to high acuity patient populations Participate in multi-disciplinary surgical trauma rounds Initiate quality and process improvement projects Facilitate professional growth and development Surgical Critical Care Preceptor for existing PGY1 residency program Potential RPD for PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program Expansion in 2020


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