Indiana University Health Ambulatory Pharmacist- IUH Arnett Family Medicine Residency Clinic (Full Time/Days) in Lafayette, Indiana
We are looking for team members who are passionate about challenging and significant work for the good of every patient. We are searching for individuals who are compassionate, serve with a purpose, are dedicated to supporting their team, and who seek excellence every day.
Sound like a perfect match? Apply now - we can't wait to hear from you!
Ambulatory Pharmacist Responsibilities/Requirements:
Has the advanced knowledge and expertise to focus on the special needs of patients who may have concurrent illnesses taking multiple medications.
Educates and engages patients in health promotion and wellness.
Helps to manage patient chronic medical conditions and medications in between provider visits.
Training: PharmD and completion of PGY2 residency required. PGY2 residency in Ambulatory Care or Pharmacotherapy preferred.
BPS certification preferred or attained within 3 years of hire (BCPS, BCACP)
Activities will include 70% of time in direct patient care and 30% faculty activities
Opportunities to precept pharmacy students, PGY1 pharmacy residents, and medical residents
In addition, the Ambulatory Pharmacist will have responsibilities with the IU School of Medicine Arnett Family Medicine Residency by faculty appointment:
Family Medicine Medical Residents training including didactic lecture preparation, education, and medical resident shadow experiences.
Committee work, Interviewing potential Medical resident candidates, evaluations, and other projects.
Research and publications are highly encouraged.
This position exists to provide comprehensive, value based, medication-related care to achieve definite outcomes that improve a patient's quality of life. The incumbent acts in collaboration with healthcare professionals in the shared responsibility for patient drug therapy outcomes. Key job duties may consist of ensuring safety and effectiveness of the medication use process, processing and dispensing medications per order or prescription, medication therapy monitoring, regulatory compliance, maintaining oversight over pharmacist extenders, maintaining the security of medications, and protecting the confidentiality of patient information. Additionally, is competent at providing drug information support for medical staff, ensuring continuity of care, and identifying potential challenges in common situations.
• Requires current Indiana License or eligibility for Indiana licensure as a pharmacist.
• Successful completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 and/or PGY2 pharmacy residency may be required.