St. Mary’s Medical Center has been caring for the health of San Franciscans since 1857 when it was founded by eight Sisters of Mercy from Ireland. It is an accredited, not-for-profit hospital, located across the street from Golden Gate Park. It is a full-service acute care facility with more than 575 physicians and 1,100 employees who provide high-quality and affordable health care services to the Bay Area community.
Home to advanced medical practices, such as the nation’s first digital cardiac catheterization laboratory, innovating orthopedic and spine surgery and comprehensive rehabilitation, and a state-of-the-art cancer center. St. Mary’s Medical Center is one of San Francisco’s leading hospitals, offering patients a full range of outpatient and inpatient services delivered with the human touch. Strategies and business development are centered on Oncology Services, Cardiac Services, and Orthopedics.
The Clinical Pharmacist provides pharmaceutical care as required by the Medical Center’s patients. The Clinical pharmacist performs clinical and educational functions required in drug monitoring, with emphasis on appropriateness, safety and cost-effective drug therapy. The Clinical pharmacist is actively involved in quality improvement activities of medication use throughout the medical center as assigned. This position also functions as a staff pharmacist up to 50% of the time as assigned. He or she applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
Two year's experience in a hospital pharmacy and/or completion of an ASHP-accredited residency program.
1 year's experience with demonstrated competency in area of specialty
1-2 years of experience with a minimum of 1 year in area of related field
Complete annual safety training. Complete and maintain department specific training.
PC Computer skills preferred Board Certified specialty by ACCP or equivalent Board
Current registration in California as a pharmacist.
Pharm.D. Degree from a U.S. accredited School of Pharmacy. Completion of an ASHP-accredited residency program or two years of clinical practice in a hospital setting.
Must have PC Computer skills. Must have demonstrated capabilities in effective time management, professional judgment, problem resolution and quality improvement, communication and leadership.
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