Adventist Health is more than a healthcare system. We provide whole-person care to our communities and champion the greater good—from the operating room to the boardroom, we are driven by our unique passion to live God’s love through health, wholeness and hope. From Oregon to Oahu, we have a calling to always do more.
Adventist Health is ranked #10 in Becker's list of the largest nonprofit hospital systems in the U.S. We are the largest company headquartered and sixth largest employer in Roseville, California. Our corporate headquarters have been located at a desirable location on Douglas Boulevard since 1984. To accommodate our growing services, we are creating a new campus that will not only bring our workforce of nearly 900 people together in one location, but also facilitate a deeper connection with our Roseville neighbors and community.
This role is a part of the Telepharmacy Shared Services team located at Adventist Health’s headquarters in Roseville, CA. This new department is designed to provide timely, accurate, and complete order verification by supporting all facilities across Adventist Health.
Join a growing team of Pharmacists and Pharmacist Specialists in our newly designed TelePharmacy program! Adventist Health, TelePharmacy provides expanded coverage, improved patient safety and improved communication among patients, healthcare providers and pharmacists. Our Pharmacists are integral to care delivery in the acute, ambulatory and post-acute settings including key contributions such as just in time clinical interventions, medication safety, medication reconciliation, and population health management processes.
Remotely oversee pharmacy operations and provide distributive, clinical, analytical, and managerial services from beautiful Roseville, CA!
Partner with All Sites and Future Sites (inpatient and outpatient)
Work within a team that shares a mission, vision, resources and expertise
Focus on the People: Patients, Community, and Staff
We're looking for someone to join our team as a Pharmacist who: Verifies and fills orders for medications, monitors patient medication therapies, provides drug information, identifies and troubleshoots potential medication safety hazards, documents all interactions for medical review, and supervises and directs support personnel.
Graduate of school of pharmacy: Required
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree: Preferred
All licensures and certifications needed to fulfill the duties required of a Pharmacist at the state level of practice
Minimum Work Experience
One-year technical experience: Preferred
Inpatient clinical pharmacy experience: Preferred
Completion of accredited PGY1 residency program: Preferred
Processes, enters, verifies, and distributes medication orders within the institution in a timely manner and in compliance with department and hospital policies, as well as Joint Commission and other regulatory guidelines.
Actively ensures that medication therapy is efficacious, safe, cost effective, and achieves the best therapeutic outcomes. Assures that medication prescribing is optimal with respect to indication, dose, route, frequency, history of allergy, and does not duplicate or negatively interact with other drugs.
Conducts and manages daily reports on medication utilization based upon daily rounds to identify, catalog, and subsequently analyze areas in which medication improvement is needed.
Consistently performs quality assurance procedures in related work areas.
Participates in all pharmacy-related tasks and programs such as clinical rounds, unit based and/or population-based medication management activities, remote order verification, and all other areas as directed/necessitated.
Expedites changes needed to meet regulatory, accrediting, licensing, and government agency standards and laws.
Participates in department cost savings. Complies with drug formulary and appropriate documentation.
Collaborates with appropriate leadership and buyer to purchase, contract, and procure medications and related supplies to ensure that product and vendor selection is based upon the highest medication safety standards.
Assists in making recommendations on process improvement or development of new pharmacy services.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 12467
About Adventist Health
Adventist Health is a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health delivery system serving communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist heritage and values, Adventist Health provides compassionate community care.
Our entities include:
•20 hospitals with more than 2,890 beds
•More than 260 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics)
•15 home care agencies and seven hospice agencies
•Four joint-venture retirement centers
•Workforce of 32,700 includes more than 23,400 employees; nearly 5,000 medical staff physicians; and 4,300 volunteers
We owe much of our heritage and organizational success to the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which has long been a promoter of prevention and whole person care. Inspired by our belief in the loving and healing power of Jesus Christ, we aim to bring physical, mental and spiritual health and healing to our neighbors of all faiths. Every individual, regardless of his/her personal beliefs, is welcome in our facilities. We are also eager to partner with members of other faiths to enhance the health of the communities we serve.