Participate and assist in the direction, functional supervision and provision of daily home infusion pharmacy operations, including; pharmaceutical patient assessment, care planning and disease state management, clinical drug monitoring, patient and clinician follow up, care coordination with other health care professionals, computer data entry, production, packaging, shipping, quality assurance, and regulatory compliance to ensure safe and effective pharmaceutical care for all patient age groups.
Licensure in good standing, or immediate eligibility for Licensure, as a Registered Pharmacist with an active controlled substance license in the State of Michigan.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree or Master and/or Bachelors of Science degree in Pharmacy with one year residency or fellowship or equivalent clinical experience.
Ability to read, write, speak and comprehend English.
Functional visual acuity and hearing for accurate assessment and recording of patient observations and information in clinical records.
Able to perform the assigned duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations: ability to work in a sedentary position for long periods of time, ability to communicate/ exchange information, fine motor coordination/dexterity necessary for keyboarding or typing, and may require reaching, bending, twisting, stooping, moving about, lifting of up to 10 pounds, etc., with or without the use of assistive/adaptive devices.
Experience in home care setting with a demonstrated knowledge of regulations, standards, and guidelines applicable to home care pharmacies, admixtures practices, and clinical pharmacy services.
Part time: 32 Hours/Week
Days with rotating shift between 7am & 7pm. Required participation in weekend, holiday, and on-call rotations.
This position is located at 2850 S. Industrial Hwy. Suite 50
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