You bring your body, mind, heart and spirit to your work as a Clinical Pharmacist.
Your pharmacy knowledge is second to none: your patients feel it in the expertise you share. Families feel it in your communication. Colleagues feel it in your support.
You know when to move quickly. When to sit quietly. When to laugh loudly.
Youâ™re generous with your thoughts, your partnerships and especially your knowledge, because your coordination of all things drug related is crucial.
Youâ™re great at what you do, but you want to be part of something even greater. Because you believe that while individuals can be strong, the right team is invincible.
Holy Rosary Healthcare is part of SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that focuses on person-centered care. Our 25-bed acute care hospital, residential living community and clinic provide eastern Montana with comprehensive services in one beautiful location. We are fully dedicated to providing care aligned with community needs, and are proud to treat the poor, the vulnerable, our community and each other.
Benefits are one of the ways we encourage health for you and your family. Our generous package includes medical, dental and vision coverage. But health is more than a well-working body: it encompasses body, mind and social well-being. To that end, weâ™ve launched a Healthy Living program to address your holistic health. Healthy Living includes financial incentives, digital tools, tobacco cessation, classes, counseling and paid time off. We also offer financial wellness tools and retirement planning.
Together weâ™ll align mission and careers, values and workplace. Weâ™ll honor each otherâ™s dignity and surpass the standards we set. Weâ™ll encourage joy, demand safety and take pride in our integrity.
Weâ™ll laugh at each otherâ™s jokes (even the bad ones). Weâ™ll hello and high five. Weâ™ll celebrate milestones and acknowledge the value of spirituality in healing.
Weâ™re proud of what we know, which includes how much there is to learn.
As a Clinical Pharmacist you need to know how to:
Dispensing: Interprets physicians' orders and compounds and dispenses medications within regulatory guidelines. Reviews patientâ™s medication order for allergy interactions, duplication of therapy, appropriateness of drug therapy, and drug-drug interaction. Consults with medical staff regarding use of medications and potential drug interactions or allergies. Prepares and maintains all necessary records on prescriptions, patient charges and inventory. Ensures formulary and policy compliance.
Oversight: Supervises and directs activities of interns, technicians, residents, and support personnel as required.
Clinical: Completes specialized therapeutic consults and pharmacologic interventions in the areas of kinetics, anticoagulation, antimicrobial stewardship, pain, renal dosing, medication history documentation, therapeutic substitution, etc. as defined by policy and scope of practice.
Education: Counsels medical staff, nursing, and patients and handles complex problem resolution.
Quality and Regulatory: Assumes responsibility for ensuring all medications are stored, compounded and dispensed in compliance with practice standards and regulatory requirements including USP, DEA, State Board and other applicable state and federal laws.
Professionalism: Performs in an efficient, professional manner to meet pharmacy profitability and productivity targets. Supports inventory and stewardship initiatives. Takes the initiative to solve problems including, but not limited to, equipment, maintenance, drug availability, staffing issues, and extraordinary patient care concerns. Participates in and leads quality and patient safety initiatives. Identifies potential areas for improvement including processes that could be streamlined or revised to improve patient satisfaction. Identifies potential safety hazards that may create problems for patients and/or staff, and takes appropriate actions. Participates in departmental meetings, contributing ideas or feedback.
Provides orientation and training for new associates and students as requested by management.
We hire people, not resumes. But we also expect excellence, which is why we require:
Graduate of an accredited College of Pharmacy with a five-year Bachelor of Science Degree or Pharm D.
Current licensure by the state of practice in Pharmacy.
Previous experience in acute care pharmacy practice.
Board certification in pharmacy practice or other recognized BPS specialty.
Current BLS certification endorsed by the American Heart Association.
Current ACLS certification.
Current Immunization certification.
At least one (1) year of experience in acute care pharmacy is preferred and/or a completion of a pharmacy residency program.
Your next move.
Now that you know more about being a Clinical Pharmacist on our team we hope youâ™ll join us. At SCL Health youâ™ll reaffirm every day how much you love this work, and why you were called to it in the first place.
Internal Number: 20005138
About SCL Health
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth in 1864, our $2.8 billion health network provides comprehensive, coordinated care through eight hospitals, more than 150 physician clinics, and home health, hospice, mental health and safety-net services primarily in Colorado and Montana.