Baptist Health Pharmacy is seeking a highly motivated Clinical Pharmacist with experience and/or training in the care of patients with cancer to join our state of the art Montgomery Cancer Center team.
This is a new position to expand our clinical program offerings
Responsibilities include: Direct participation in outpatient medication management and education of patients receiving chemotherapy; quality improvement projects, outcomes research and cost efficiency evaluations; precepting pharmacy residents/students, and educating staff; collaborating with the medical staff on clinical programs and research.
The pharmacy department has a PGY1 residency program and is affiliated with Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy .
About Baptist Health
Baptist Health is located in Montgomery, Alabama and operates a three hospital system with Baptist South, Baptist East and Baptist Prattville. The Montgomery Cancer Center is located on the main Baptist South Campus. At Montgomery Cancer Center, we treat our patients and their families like part of our family. We never lose sight of our goal and our mission - to take total care of our patients. We put our patients needs first, from making sure they receive the best possible treatments, with the best possible comfort, to providing for emotional needs throughout care. Our eight physicians and dozens of health professionals are committed to a collegial and collaborative environment for care delivery and we are excited to be able to add clinical pharmacy to the team. This a fantastic opportunity for an oncology pharmacist to join the team and to define their own practice to help us expand our overall services to our cancer patients.
Requires current Alabama license or eligibility for Alabama licensure as a Pharmacist
PGY 2 oncology training or equivalent experience
Board Certification is preferred but not required.
At Baptist Health we're thinking about the future of central Alabama as well as all the people who live here. We're deeply committed to providing Montgomery, its residents and our neighbors in the surrounding areas with healthcare that compares with the finest available anywhere. And as we look ahead, all the signs point to a renewed emphasis on helping people to reduce their risks of illness and ...disease while teaching them to live healthier lives. For hospitals, it's the wave of the future. For Baptist Health it means continuing a focus on preventive care that we began many years ago--well ahead of its time.
So while other healthcare providers around the country hurry to get up-to-date by developing wellness programs and services like Baptist's, we're addressing the concerns of tomorrow. Like keeping costs down as we expand our services to meet the needs of central Alabama. And embracing new advancements that can shorten treatment and recuperation times. So while we continue to teach members of the community and their families how to stay healthy today, as we have in the past, we're using all our knowledge, skills and the most advanced technology available to improve healthcare for central Alabama.
Baptist Health also serves the community and local businesses with a wide range of wellness programs and services designed to help people live healthier and happier lives.
From open-heart surgery and rehabilitative services to community outreach and support groups encompassing almost any medical need or problem, Baptist is committed to serving the complete healthcare needs of the community. By successfully meeting those needs in so many ways, it's easy to see why Baptist Health has truly become central Alabama's healthcare leader.