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Director of Pharmacy


Job Location: Kansas
Job Type: Direct Hire


Location: KS
Salary: $120,000 - $150,000
Job Type: Direct Hire
Date: Oct 05, 2017
Job ID: 2528966

TITLE: Director of Pharmacy
LOCATION: KS

Are you interested in making a difference?
Are you looking for a facility that is interested in candidates that want to grow professionally but have not been given the opportunity?
Would you like to work in a facility that serves several counties and can offer small town living with lots of outdoor activities to create a work life balance and be within distance of a larger city?
Then this could be an opportunity for you.

SUMMARY:
Directs and coordinates activities and functions of the hospital pharmacy. Plans and implements procedures in hospital pharmacy according to hospital policies and legal requirements.
Reviews and analyzes records to indicate prescribing trends, excessive usage and report quarterly to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Works on preparation of pharmacy budget and department reports required by hospital administrators.
Attends medical staff meetings to advise and inform hospital physician and mid-levels of drug applications and characteristics.
Responsible for quality assurance techniques to ensure safe, legal, and ethical practices.
Organizes daily activities in conjunction with staffing needs so that all assignments are completed within established time frames and required meetings are attended.
Ensures that pharmacy staff has the necessary skills and equipment to provide appropriate pharmaceutical care.
Coordinates routine rounds to check Pyxis units, reconciles narcotic documentation, and clarifies medication administration records with pharmacy records.
Ensures that departmental commitment to patient care consists of promptly, accurately, and courteously responding to physician, nursing, and patient requests.
Utilizes CPOE for physician orders.
Supervises the refilling of medication areas, Pyxis med-stations and maintains controlled substance security and control by utilizing Pyxis CII safe.
Manages ordering pharmaceuticals and supplies while maintaining an appropriate control of inventory throughout the facility.
Will be responsible and assistance in maintenance of 340B drug program.
Reviews and revises policies and procedures for the department.
Coordinates clinical pharmacy services to include but not be limited to the following: answering drug information requests, drug therapy monitoring prevention of drug interactions, patient education, responding to code blue situations, medication reconciliation and contributing towards in-service education of staff.
Maintains current Kansas Board of Pharmacy License, DEA permit, and Medicare requirements for the department.
Coordinates drug recalls from manufacturers and maintains a process for the control of outdated medications.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be a registered pharmacist and licensed in the state of Kansas.
Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy.
Must have a PharmD.
3-5 years of pharmacy(management/leadership).

ADDITIONAL INFO:
Facility is under 100 beds and not for profit.
The pharmacy is not a 24 hour operation(7am-6pm) so call rotation is needed to cover.
There is 3 Pharmacist and 3 Techs in the department.

The facility is offering a salary that starts at 120K and goes up with experience. They also offer a great benefit package.



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