Employment Duration: Full time Department: JFK Medical Center
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Infectious Disease JFK Medical Center Edison, NJ
What you get to do: Develop and implement clinical programs for the pharmacy. Minimize unintended effects of infectious disease care in the hospital by planning, organizing, monitoring and carry out an Antimicrobial Management Program that optimizes clinical outcomes, promotes cost effective therapy and improves care. Mentor staff on the implementation of new clinical duties.
Where you work: JFK Medical Center in Edison is a non-profit 498-bed community hospital, serving residents of Middlesex, Union and Somerset counties in Central New Jersey. With more than 900 affiliated physicians, JFK offers a complete array of advanced services including general and specialized surgery, cardiac care, maternity and pediatric care, and emergency medicine. JFK Medical Center is an affiliate of JFK Health and accredited by the Joint Commission. The pharmacy uses Omnicell and will be implementing Cerner in December 2016. This 24/7 fully automated (McKesson Robot) decentralized pharmacy is staffed by close to 100 pharmacy professionals and has a dynamic management team.
Who you work for: Founded 45 years ago and employing over 2,000 pharmacy professionals, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services is the nation's oldest and largest provider of pharmacy support services to more than 500 hospitals and healthcare facilities pharmacies. CPS helps hospital pharmacists tackle complex problems such as medication reconciliation, hyper-inflated drug costs, standardization, centralized distribution, retail pharmacies, compliance, 340B programs and much more, leading to increased quality, reduced admissions and lower costs.
EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability
What you bring to the table: Proven success developing, implementing and leading a Pharmacy in an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. Completion of a Residency and/or Fellowship in an ASHP accredited program, BCPS preferred. Pharmacy degree and NJ Pharmacist license in good standing or the ability to obtain one. Demonstrated skills in leading, mentoring, training, collaborating, problem solving and analytics.
Independent. Expert. Focused.
We've learned a lot in our 4 decades in the pharmacy management services business. That's why CPS is the nation's leading pharmacy services provider. Our commitment to pharmacy management excellence is reflected in the fact that CPS facilities maintain above-average scores in regulatory compliance.
More than 300 clients throughout the United States, Puerto Ric...o and the Virgin Islands rely on CPS for pharmacy management services. We serve acute care hospitals, behavioral hospitals and specialty hospitals, as well as outpatient and retail pharmacies. From a new center in Illinois, we provide hospitals with remote order entry services.
Our 1,800+ employees know that CPS is a company they can grow with. Our commitment to quality and continuous improvement, our flexibility and rewards, and our unlimited career opportunities across the U.S. keep us growing. And our employees know that CPS experts will be there to support them when they need it. From a Regional VP, Regional Clinical Director and 340B Specialist, to a Regulatory Specialist, Drug Information Specialist, other Directors and more, CPS offers the kind of expert support modern hospital pharmacies need.
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