Under the broad supervision of the Transplant Department Administrative Director, and in collaboration with the Renal/Pancreas and Liver Transplantation Service, this position carries out the regulatory and protocol requirements of clinical trials, provides monitoring of in-patient immunosuppressant regimens for the clinical service and support to transplant team for discharge process of kidney/pancreas and liver
The clinical transplant pharmacist is a designated member of the transplant team and has primary responsibility for providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to transplant recipients in a culturally competent manner. The transplant pharmacist works with patients and their families, and members of the transplant team, including physicians, surgeons, nurses, clinical coordinators, research coordinators, social workers, financial coordinators and administrative personnel within the transplant
Education: Graduate of an accredited School of Pharmacy and licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of California.
Knowledge of the design and conduct of clinical trials with the appropriate skills required to perform functions of the position.
Current knowledge of kidney/pancreas transplant pharmacotherapy
Prior pharmacy experience preferable with a transplant program