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Clinical Pharmacist Jobs

As a clinical pharmacist, you combine your knowledge of pharmaceutical science with a dedication to patient care.

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You thrive in an interpersonal setting, prepared and ready to dispense medication, process orders, and optimize drug selection. By working with physicians and medical providers, you ensure that patients receive the most effective and appropriate healthcare solutions. A role in this position means excitement, challenges, and rewarding days.

Clinical Pharmacist Job Description

The duties of a clinical pharmacist revolve around optimal patient care. You analyze and fill appropriate prescriptions for customers through reviews of patient histories and diagnoses. Clinical pharmacists ensure that patients avoid drug interactions and potential side effects while consulting on medication dosages and administration. These professionals communicate with physicians and healthcare providers regularly, including through advising and administering medical tests. Clinical pharmacists have an extensive understanding of pharmacology, documentation, and referral processes to keep patients healthy.

Clinical Pharmacist Job Requirements

To become a clinical pharmacist, many employers expect prior experience in the pharmacy industry, along with one to two years of residency. Most states require a master’s degree or Pharm D. in Pharmacology or a related field. You should also possess a current license from the state in which you practice. A superior clinical pharmacist resume will include in-depth knowledge of pharmaceutical therapies, a proven commitment to patients, and exceptional communication abilities. It is essential to work productively in a vibrant, collaborative setting, with the common goal of maximizing patient health.

Clinical Pharmacist Salary and Job Outlook

In the United States, the average clinical pharmacist salary is relatively high compared to many other professions. Depending on your specific role and years of experience, there are opportunities to make higher wages and advance your career. Additional factors include which state you are in, your education and licensing, and which specializations you have. There is a robust job outlook for clinical pharmacists, especially for those in hospitals, clinics, and urgent care centers. Generous salaries and benefits, along with an energetic, positive work environment, are some of the rewards of the clinical pharmacist profession.

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Hospital Pharmacist - Travel Work
Pharmacy - Clinical Pharmacist 9 days ago Charlotte, NC


The RPH on the Go Travel Team is Calling
Travel Pharmacist Work in Oregon

RPh on the Go is seeking  licensed pharmacist, to fill upcoming  2021 - 22  travel assignments throughout Oregon.

These job require good clinical skills and experience.  Some jobs may be at federal facilities working with the native patient populations. Inpatient and Outpatient work may be needed.

Requirements include:

*Current and clean Oregon state license

*Recent hospital or other clinical work experience

*Ability to travel and complete up to a 13 week assignment

These jobs offer good hourly compensation, health benefits,
weekly pay via direct deposit and as needed, travel expenses and per diem.

To apply, email your resume, in Word, to terry.schaeffer@rphonthego.com  Or call 847-779-6173  (M-F, 8 – 5 pm, CST).