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Pharmacist - Oncology Specialist

Pharmacist - Oncology Specialist



US-OR-Portland

Job ID: 21-17808
Type: Regular Full-Time
Good Samaritan Medical Ctr campus

Overview

Hire on bonus and relocation assistance provided for this position.

You are the expert patients rely on to understand their medications and how to safely and properly use them. You make life better for them by making sure they are informed about their drug therapy. In short, you play an important part in making their lives better. If you’re a staff pharmacist who recognizes the vital role you play in patient care, you may be an ideal fit for this opportunity within the Legacy community.

Clinical Pharmacist: Oncology Specialist.
3 years oncology experience or PGY-2 residency in oncology preferred.



Responsibilities

CLINICAL COMPETENCE:

Optimal patient care outcomes from drug therapy are ensured through clinical pharmacy services. Such services are age appropriate, for neonates, pediatric patients, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients, performed when needed through direct contact with the patient, and in direct association with or in support of health care providers.

Pharmacist will demonstrate clinical competence as required by program needs

Therapeutic Drug monitoring: Drug therapy monitoring includes an age appropriate assessment of:

Therapeutic appropriateness

Therapeutic duplication

Appropriate route of administration

Patient compliance

Drug-drug, drug-food, drug-laboratory, or drug-disease interactions.

Clinical and pharmacokinetic laboratory data to evaluate efficacy of drug therapy and anticipate side effects, toxicity, or adverse effects.

Physical signs and symptoms relevant to the patients; drug therapy.

Provides oral and written consultations on request with other health care practitioners regarding drug therapy selection and management.

Administers medical-staff approved collaborative drug therapy protocols

Provides age and educationally appropriate patient education and counseling on request regarding drug therapy and drug-related disease prevention

Develops patient-specific, age appropriate, drug therapy management plans and therapy endpoints

Documents medication-related care in patient’s medical record.

Monitors, detects, documents, reports and manages adverse drug reactions.

Educates health care practitioners regarding drug therapy.

Participates in drug use evaluations, quality assurance and continuous quality improvement programs.

Participates in formulary control and maintenance.

Provides accurate, comprehensive, patient specific drug information to pharmacists and other health care practitioners as appropriate.

Participates in drug and drug-related research.

WORK FLOW/PRODUCTIVITY:

Accurate, efficient quality medication-related care is ensured by utilization of positive management techniques in supervision coordination and assignment of appropriate personnel.

Responsible for the filling of all patient medication orders during assigned shift.

Responsible for completion of all assigned work procedures during the shift without interference to quality of work performed.

Delegates other responsibilities in order to keep patient care the number one priority.

Regularly assists other pharmacists and pharmacy technicians as time allows and as requested.

Responds to changes in work load as necessary. Uses time in productive manner-assists technicians & other pharmacists, restocks, cleans, orders, organizes, special projects, etc.

COMMUNICATION:

Appropriate information, oral or written, is effectively transmitted or received to enhance communication with customers.

Enhances workflow through effective, open and respectful communication.

Establishes and maintains open communication channels. Demonstrates good listening skills

Negotiates. Maintains work effectiveness with timely flow of information.

Maintains strong rapport with health care practitioners.

TECHNICAL COMPETENCE:

Quality pharmaceutical care is ensured by accurate and efficient distributive services.

Responsible for dispensing and oversight of dispensing functions.

Responsible for accurate and efficient use of pharmacy computer systems.

Maintains pharmacy patient profiles.

Compounds and prepare ordered pharmaceuticals as appropriate.

IV admixture: including TPNs and chemotherapy

Filling outpatient prescriptions as required.

Working knowledge of pharmacy equipment.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

Pharmacy knowledge and skills are updated, shared and applied continuously to improve quality of pharmaceutical care.

Attends pharmacy related Continuing Education in a regular manner as required by state law.

In-services appropriate hospital staff on knowledge, procedures, and application of content from educational programs attended.

Plans and implements new policy and procedures based on advances in pharmacy knowledge and technology.

SAFETY AND SECURITY:

Patient, personnel, department and facility safety and security is ensured by knowledge and application of established policies and procedures, safety, security and emergency plans.

Maintains accurate inventory and records on narcotics as required by law.

Maintains certification and demonstrates knowledge of required safety, security and emergency programs required by department or hospital.

Maintains clean, safe and orderly environment.

Consistently demonstrates a high degree of accuracy with minimal risk management incidents unrelated to system problems



Qualifications

Education:

Graduate of accredited School of Pharmacy.

Skills:

Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions.

LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:

Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action

Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled






PI140730448

Company
Legacy Health
Posted
07/03/2021
Type
Full time
Compensation
$79.17
per Hour
Location
Portland, OR 97209, US