ResponsibilitiesPlay a key role in the delivery of world-class patient care. Make a significant contribution to an award-winning health system. Leverage your expertise to make a life-changing difference. At UCLA Health, you can do all this and more.
In this key role, you will be responsible for preparing and dispensing many types of pharmaceuticals to fulfill orders from inpatient settings, maintenance and review of patient medication profiles, counseling patients on appropriate drug use, and reviewing medication orders and patient’s medical record. You will collaborate closely with other members of the health care team to help prevent inappropriate or misuse of medications. Adhering to departmental policies and procedures, you will deliver a wide range of clinical services (e.g., pharmacokinetic dosing, therapeutic interchange, IV/PO conversions, TPN per pharmacy, pharmacist interventions, attend codes/code stroke, cover the OR and perform medication reconciliation).
UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles’ trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. If you’re looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your career, you can at UCLA Health.
QualificationsWe’re seeking a dedicated clinical professional with:
· Pharm D. degree and current CA Pharmacy license.
· Exceptional communication, interpersonal, organizational and follow-through skills.
· Knowledge of and ability to perform age specific and disease specific pharmacokinetic calculations.
· Ability to compound intravenous admixtures and other sterile products.
· ASHP-accredited residency preferred.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.