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We currently have an opening for a Clinical Pharmacist in the Rheumatology Clinic and an opening in our Solid Organ Transplant Clinic.
The Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacist provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care for patients in the ambulatory setting. This consists of ensuring drug therapy that results in safe, effective, and cost conscious use of pharmaceuticals. In addition, the pharmacist ensures patients have appropriate access to prescribed medications and are provided with medication education as well as adherence tools when needed/appropriate. Must demonstrate excellent interdisciplinary and patient communication skills and exhibit strong educational and precepting abilities.
Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy
Must be licensed to practice pharmacy in the state of Kansas or eligible for licensure required
BLS, ACLS, PALS, and/or NRP certification as necessary
Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties certification is chosen area of specialty preferred
Completion of a PGY2 pharmacy residency in ambulatory care (Rheum Clinic or Transplant Clinic), transplant (Transplant Clinic), or equivalent experience preferred
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