As the tertiary care center for Steward Health Care of Massachusetts, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center manages a diverse, high acuity patient population. We are a 300-bed community academic medical center with a large surgical, medical and behavioral health patient mix. Our clinical pharmacists are responsible for all aspects of the medication use system in a variety of practice areas. These include internal medicine, critical care, infectious disease, cardiology, maternal-child health and critical care. Experienced pharmacists rotate responsibilities through central pharmacy and decentralized areas of practice interest. Responsibilities include, but may not be limited to, rounding with clinical teams, emergency response (i.e. code blue, code stroke, trauma), provider and patient education. All staff are encouraged to identify and participate in ongoing quality improvement initiatives. Clinical pharmacists will participate in the in the training and education of healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, pharmacy residents, technicians, nurses and medical staff.