Assists the Director of pharmacy in managing staff and programs of the Ambulatory Pharmacy Services. Oversees, administers, and coordinates all activities and operations of the ambulatory pharmacy services for the CHRISTUS® Trinity Mother Frances Health System, including pharmacy-managed clinics, outpatient provider clinics, infusion centers and urgent care centers. Develops and introduces approved standards and guidelines for ambulatory services and programs. Maintains working relationships with other healthcare professionals and leaders at the organization. In addition, Ambulatory Pharmacy Manager will be responsible for Ambulatory medication management and ensures that the organization meets all legal, accreditation, and certification requirements; and complies with all applicable policies, procedures, codes, and standards of the organization.
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree
Current Pharmacist license in the state of Texas
4 years' experience with at least 2 years' ambulatory care pharmacy activities (management experience is preferred)
Completion of a PGY1 residency is required (Completion of a specialty PGY2 residency in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy is preferred)
CHRISTUS HEALTH is an international Catholic, faith-based, not-for-profit health system comprised of almost more than 600 services and facilities, including more than 60 hospitals and long-term care facilities, 350 clinics and outpatient centers, and dozens of other health ministries and ventures. CHRISTUS operates in 6 U.S. states, Colombia, Chile and 6 states in Mexico. To support our health care ministry, CHRISTUS Health employs approximately 45,000 Associates and has more than 15,000 physicians on medical staffs who provide care and support for patients. CHRISTUS Health is listed among the top ten largest Catholic health systems in the United States.
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