As a member of Adventist Health System, Central Texas Medical Center believes that total health is achieved through a balance of physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. With each patient’s unique circumstances in mind, our multi-disciplinary care teams provide a vast array of services, combining state-of-the-art technology with a personal commitment to creating an exceptional patient experience.
Our team members also enjoy outstanding care in the form of comprehensive health benefits, a friendly, faith-based work environment, and plenty of opportunities to learn and grow. In addition to earning the Gallup Great Workplace Award six years in a row, we have received a Mother-Friendly Worksite designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services. Our 178-bed hospital includes a Level IV Emergency and Trauma Center, Women’s Center, Level II NICU, Sleep Improvement Center, Institute for Advanced Wound Care Healing, Rehabilitation Institute, home health and hospice care. Through our CREATION Health Institute, we also play an active role in offering free health education and community events to help support a healthy lifestyle
You will be responsible for:
Works with the Pharmacy Director to develop and implement clinical programs within the hospital
Provide training and education to pharmacy, nursing and medical staff
Participates in Clinical Nurse Orientation
Participates in Diabetes Support Group Meetings.
Receives, reads and interprets prescriptions and doctor’s orders
Checks for overdoses, legal correctness, incompatibilities, allergies, etc.
Interacts with prescribers and provides appropriate, evidence based drug information to assure appropriate use of medication.
Monitors and manages patients when requested by physicians via clinical consult orders including but not limited to glycemic management, antibiotics and anticoagulants.
Provides education, drug information and clinical support to pharmacy staff, patients, clinical and medical staff. May also include drug supply issues, drug usage and compatibility, state and federal regulations with regarding drug controls.
Attends clinically focused committee meetings including but not limited to, Patient Safety and Care Transitions, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee.
Works with Director of Pharmacy and MD Chair of Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee to prepare agenda and newsletter and performs Drug Usage Evaluations.
Oversees 340 B program audits also works with pharmacy director to assure program compliance
Answers questions and provides information concerning such subjects as drug incompatibility, drug availability, adverse reactions and contraindications
Provides discharge counseling for patients identified by care transitions and/or other clinical staff
Provides timely information with regards to drug supply, drug usage and compatibility, state and federal regulations regarding drug controls.
Performs medication reconciliation on patients with home medication regimen.
Provides pharmacy director with reports, data and any other information as needed.
Precept pharmacy students and interns from programs associated with the hospital
What will you need?
Pharm.D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) from an accredited pharmacy program.
2-3 years’ hospital pharmacy experience
1-2 years’ clinical pharmacy experience
Current license as a pharmacist in the state of Texas.
Must be IV certified within 6 months of hire.
Texas State Board of pharmacy preceptor license within 6 months of hire
Adventist Health System is a not-for-profit healthcare organization that emphasizes Christ at the center of care. Founded in 1973 to support and strengthen Seventh-day Adventist healthcare organizations in the Southern and Southwestern regions of the United States, Adventist Health System has grown to become the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare provider in the nation.Today, Adventist H...ealth System supports 44 campuses and employs 79,000 individuals. Adventist Health System hospitals are comprised of 7,700 plus licensed beds, providing care for 4 million patients each year in inpatient, outpatient and emergency room visits.In order to best meet the needs of the local communities we serve, Adventist Health System facilities operate independently in hiring employees and delivering care and services. While each entity is unique, they remain united in one mission—to extend the healing ministry of Christ to every patient. Our mission depends not only on our commitment to Christian ideals but on our efforts to provide nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care.Adventist Health System’s flagship, Florida Hospital, is one of the largest healthcare providers in America and a national leader in cardiac care. Established in 1908, Florida Hospital now includes almost 2,200 beds on seven campuses.