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- Pharmacy Manager
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- James Cancer Hospital/CCC
- James Pharmacy Administration
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Pharmacy Manager (Job Opening 435563) - Scope of Position
The Department of Pharmacy provides comprehensive pharmaceutical services to patients of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC), including University Hospital, the Ross Heart Hospital, the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, University Hospital East, and all associated inpatient and outpatient satellite locations and clinics. The Pharmacy Manager acts in a front-line supervisory role in a relevant practice area (e.g. Investigational Drug Service, IV admixtures, Ambulatory Care Clinic, Nuclear Pharmacy). In this role the Pharmacy Manager maintains functional expertise and provides patient care, participates in appropriate hospital and/or departmental committees; and provides functional supervision to professional, paraprofessional, and support staff in their respective area of the department.
The Pharmacy Manager provides oversight, hiring, orientation and evaluation of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy interns, pharmacy residents and graduate students; identifying and resolving service problems; conducting research in pharmacy practice; personnel management; assisting with the financial management and budgeting of the department; participation in developing and implementing the department strategic plan; provides on-line staffing; and participation in the implementation of new technology to improve services, patient care, patient safety, and educational opportunities for staff and students.
OSUWMC Pharmacy Managers may be responsible for any of the following: coordinate and implement services within a functional area of the department; develop, implement and monitor programs that guide and support the provision of high quality cost effective pharmaceutical care; recommend a sufficient number of qualified and competent persons to provide the department?s services; continuously assess and improve the department?s performance; maintain appropriate quality and service indicators; participate in the selection of outside services if needed; ensure compliance with appropriate patient care and business practices; ensure compliance with regulatory and accreditation agencies; embrace; adhere to customer service standards and encourage and support service orientation by other staff.
Education and experience
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and 1-3 years of experience in hospital pharmacy or an equivalent combination of education and leadership experience. Advanced degree (PharmD/MS) and residency preferred. Licensed or eligible for licensure in Ohio.