Clinical Pharmacist B (ICU)
Responsible for the provision of comprehensive pharmaceutical care in a patient focused manner that supports and promotes medication safety. Directly supervises technical staff. Assignments to be determined based on the specific training and skill set (i.e. unit-based/patient care; satellite services) of an individual employee. Orients and trains pharmacists, technicians, residents, interns and students as assigned. Primarily evening shift.
- Require active Florida Pharmacy license. If no active Florida Pharmacy license, must be registered as a Pharmacy Intern in the State of Florida and have an active Florida Pharmacy license within three (3) months of hire.
- Require the ability to obtain a level 2 AHCA clearance.
- Prefer recent institutional practice experience as a pharmacy intern, student, or registered pharmacist or other comparable professional qualifications.
Required License and Certs
Preferred License and Certs
Join our team of driven critical care pharmacist practitioners at Sarasota Memorial Hospital - Sarasota Campus, our flagship 895-bed, acute care hospital. Our 62-bed intensive care division is comprised of trauma, cardiovascular, neurologic and medical intensive care units. We are an accredited Level II Trauma Center and Comprehensive Stroke Center, and offer a hospital-based cath lab and open-heart surgery program. For a more detailed description of our institution please visit: www.smh.com .
We are seeking a Clinical Pharmacist to provide critical care services, with a mix of daytime and evening shift hours. Major responsibilities include: prospective review of CPOE medication orders, responding to emergent patient care alerts (e.g., cardiac / respiratory arrest, toxicology, severe sepsis), and managing clinical consults/drug information requests. Precepting responsibilities include APPE pharmacy students, PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents, as well as medical residents (IM and EM medical residency programs).
Shift hours: Full-time position with weekend service responsibility
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited school or college of pharmacy; eligibility for FL Pharmacist licensure; completion of a PGY-1 residency.
Completion of a PGY-2 residency or equivalent experience in critical care (preferred, but not required)
Pay and Benefits: Generous compensation and robust benefits package offered