All pharmacists at LBM/MCH are responsible for improving therapeutic outcomes for our patients through safe, rational and cost-effective pharmaceutical care, education and research. The pharmacist maintains competency in drug therapy and disease-state management in order to provide this care and improve patient care outcomes. The pharmacist provides drug information to physicians, nurses and other health care workers to improve the quality of medication prescribing and administration. The pharmacist identifies potential medication safety issues and works actively to prevent medication errors. The pharmacist also contributes to the future of the profession and the pharmacy services within the hospital by teaching pharmacy students and post graduate pharmacy residents. The pharmacist educates patients and families to improve compliance with drug therapy as required. The pharmacist directs the work of ancillary personnel as necessary.
1+ year Pharmacy experience.
Outstanding organizational and communication skills.
Strong leadership, planning and project management skills and knowledge of research design and implementation.
Ability to exercise independent judgment and prioritize a diverse workload.
Understanding of FDA, DHHS, GCP and ICH guidelines.
Understanding of basic accounting practices to manage the finances of research studies.
Graduate of school of pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
Current licensure as a pharmacist in the State of California.
Current American Heart Association Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certificate.
Completion of an ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency preferred.