Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is accepting applications for a clinical pharmacist in ambulatory care.
Responsibilities: The clinical pharmacist will provide direct patient care as part of a pharmacist-run anticoagulation clinic and diabetes management within the primary care setting. Parkview cares for patients in the Northeast Indiana, Northwest Ohio and surrounding areas. Parkview employs over 650 providers as part of Parkview Physician Group in Primary Care and extensive Specialty Providers. The pharmacists manage anticoagulation via point of care office visits, enoxaparin bridging, patient self-testing, and evaluate and counsel patients on direct oral anticoagulants. The Anticoagulation Clinic is a required longitudinal ambulatory rotation for the PGY1 program. Diabetes management is within a primary care clinic via a collaborative practice agreement. This position may have the opportunity to expand into other ambulatory pharmacy service areas such as population health.
Parkview pharmacy has seen tremendous growth in ambulatory with pharmacists in primary care, movement disorders, falls, cardiology, population health, and more.
Developing and leading quality initiatives that will make a difference across a variety of ambulatory settings is an example of the professional reward that this clinical pharmacist can expect. This position will have the support of other clinical pharmacists, an ambulatory clinical pharmacy supervisor, and a manager of ambulatory services to mentor and facilitate opportunities
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PRMC, a member of Parkview Health, is a major regional medical center located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It provides comprehensive medical services to patients in northeastern Indiana, northwestern Ohio and southern Michigan. PRMC is a tertiary medical center with 446 beds (all private) and is a Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. In addition to the medical and surgical populations, it also has specialty centers for stroke, cardiac, orthopedics, oncology, and women’s and children’s services.
Parkview Physicians Group (PPG) includes over 600 physicians starting with primary care and expanding to more than 30 different specialties. PPG is a team of practitioners to care for the patient's unique health needs. PPG is a part of Parkview Care Partners, a physician-led care management organization collaborating on a clinically integrated approach to healthcare delivery across the continuum of care. Clinical integration facilitates the coordination of patient care across medical conditions, providers, locations, and time.
Qualifications: Candidates must possess a pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited institution and have experience providing ambulatory pharmacy care. PGY1 residency or equivalent experience required. PGY2 residency in ambulatory care or equivalent experience preferred. Pharmacy licensure, or eligibility, in Indiana and Ohio is required. Candidates must have a high level of ambulatory practice skills, enthusiasm for patient care, and the interpersonal skills needed to interact effectively with health professionals, patients, and students. Board Certification in Ambulatory Care preferred and is required with 6-12 months of hire depending on practice experience.
Official applications can be submitted online at www.parkview.com. Three letters of reference should be sent to Ashley Parrott, PharmD, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Supervisor, 11109 Parkview Plaza Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46845 or firstname.lastname@example.org.