Pharmacist – Clinical Coordinator

Pharmacist – Clinical Coordinator
Currently seeking a Pharmacist – Clinical Coordinator in the southern area of New Mexico at a medium state of the art acute care facility.  The ideal candidate will have 5 years’ experience with emphasis on managing clinical programs including antimicrobial stewardship or PGY1 and 2 grad in critical care, internal medicine or infectious disease.

The responsibilities of the Pharmacist – Clinical Coordinator 
The Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator reports to the Director of Pharmacy.
Provides comprehensive cognitive and distributive pharmaceutical services.
Interprets and processes physician medication orders and compounds and dispenses medication within regulatory guidelines.
Monitors drug therapy for appropriateness of drug, dose, route, and duration.
Screens for drug interactions, incompatibilities, and contraindications and consults with medical staff as indicated. Identifies actual or potential drug related problems and intervenes appropriately.
Provides clinical pharmacy services, including pharmacokinetics, renal drug dosing, management of parenteral nutrition, and monitoring of anticoagulant therapy.
Provides drug information to physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, and patients. Supervises and directs the activities of pharmacy technicians.
Participates in formulary management, quality improvement, and medication use evaluation activities.
Assists in the management of pharmacy department physical inventory of drugs and supplies.

B.S. in Pharmacy; Pharm. D degree
Completion of ASHP accredited residency program
Prefer 5 years hospital experience as coordinator of clinical programs of a Pharmacy
Completion of an accredited Sterile Products Training program
Registered Pharmacist license, New Mexico Board of Pharmacy


Tina Roberts
588 Sutter Street, Suite 349
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 770-1200
(415) 684-2526

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