University Health System
This position is responsible for the delivery of direct patient care and oversight for inpatient Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant services. The oncology pharmacist is expected to sustain an environment for the safe, effective, and responsible use of medications prescribed to patients of all age groups. The pharmacist is decentralized to the inpatient oncology unit to participate in an interdisciplinary fashion with medical oncology staff, nursing, and a host of allied health support. The pharmacist is responsible for participating in team rounds, evaluating and monitoring chemotherapy, supportive care, and acute care medication needs, as well as precepting students and PGY1/PGY2 residents. Additionally, the oncology pharmacist participates in multidisciplinary committees, collaborates on educational efforts for pharmacy and hospital staff, and engages in quality improvement projects with the pharmacy team. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Requires current state license to practice pharmacy. Completion of ACPE-accredited PGY2 oncology residency required; BCOP preferred.
: Requires current state license to practice pharmacy. Completion of ACPE-accredited PGY2 oncology residency required; BCOP preferred.