Join a growing ambulatory care pharmacy team at Parkview Health!
The clinical pharmacy specialist will provide direct patient care under collaborative practice agreements as part of an interdisciplinary team. Ambulatory pharmacists provide care in hospital-based outpatient clinics and as an embedded resource in physician-based clinics throughout Parkview Physician Group, with a focus on anticoagulation management and diabetes management with cardiovascular risk reduction. The pharmacists manage anticoagulation in hospital-based outpatient clinics via point of care office visits, enoxaparin bridging, patient self-testing, and evaluate and counsel patients on direct oral anticoagulants. Diabetes management with cardiovascular risk reduction allows the pharmacist to practice at the top of their license, building a patient panel as an embedded resource within a primary care clinic. This position can rotate through other multidisciplinary ambulatory care clinics such as Transitional Care Clinic, Falls Prevention Clinic, or Post-Acute COVID Clinic. This position will be part of a growing ambulatory team that includes ambulatory services in primary care, cardiology, oncology, population health, and specialty pharmacy. Developing and leading quality initiatives that will make a difference across a variety of ambulatory settings is an example of the professional reward that this clinical specialist can expect. This pharmacist will participate in pharmacy-based projects and multidisciplinary committees and will precept student pharmacists and pharmacy residents.
Relocation costs provided. Salary and sign-on bonus negotiable.