All pharmacists fill orders for drugs, monitor patient drug therapies and provide drug information. Pharmacists provide pharmacy services with compassion, excellence and efficiency. In addition, level III pharmacists participate in department leadership activities, management of patient pharmacotherapy, service line development and quality medication management within assigned service lines.
Required: Graduate of an ACPE accredited School of Pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree PLUS 1 of the following: BPS Board Certification, Residency, Fellowship plus 2 years clinical experience
Preferred: In addition to minimum, meets criteria for ASHP PGY-1 and/or PGY-2 Residency Preceptor status
Must accrue ASHP Residency Preceptor status within 180 days of hire (for Ministries with Residency programs)
Must have pharmacy State licensure within 60 days of start date
Employed with CHRISTUS as a Pharmacist II and meets all Pharmacist III criteria
Pharmacy registration in the State of practice
BLS or ACLS, PALS (pediatric practice) certifications