Frederick Health seeks additional Clinical Pharmacists to support a variety of areas across the health system; both acute care and ambulatory positions are available, including:
Clinical Pharmacist Specialist – Psychiatry and Pharmacogenomics
Clinical Pharmacist – Ambulatory Care/Endocrinology
- Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy
- Eligible for pharmacy licensure in the state of Maryland
- Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Psychiatry
- Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY2 Psychiatry Pharmacy Residency or equivalent experience (PGY1 plus 3 additional years of experience in psychiatry practice; or 5 years of experience in health system pharmacy + 3 years of experience in psychiatry practice.
- Clinical Pharmacist – Ambulatory Care/Endocrinology
- Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY2 Pharmacy Residency in Ambulatory Care; or equivalent experience (PGY1 plus 3 additional years of experience in Ambulatory Care; or 5 years of experience in health system pharmacy with 3 years of experience in Ambulatory Care)
- Board Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (BCACP), Pharmacotherapy (BCPS), Geriatrics (BCGP) or eligibility to test as applicable
- Certification in sub-specialty area (e.g., BC-ADM, CDCES, TTS, CHC, CLS) as applicable
- Teaching certificate or Faculty Development Fellowship training
- Board Certification in Psychiatry Practice (BCPP) or eligibility to test.
- Certifications in pharmacogenomics from reputable source (ASHP, ACCP, NACDs, etc)
- Practice experience with pharmacogenomics
We offer a competitive total compensation and a comprehensive benefits package including health system medical benefits.
Frederick, Maryland is located less than 1-hour from both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. This D.C. suburb is a family-oriented community that has highly ranked public and private schools. Frederick offers both urban and suburban living as well as easy access to mountains, numerous historical sites, and major international airports.
Frederick Health Hospital’s Emergency Department provides 24-hour services for the residents of Frederick and surrounding counties. Although caring for more than 65,000 adult and pediatric patients a year, it is not a designated trauma center.