We have an exciting opportunity as a Clinical Pharmacist within our Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services for our Primary Care Networks located in Mission region, BC where you can showcase your clinical pharmacy skills!
The BC Ministry of Health is providing funding for the Pharmacists in PCN program, which will see up to 50 new Primary Care Clinical Pharmacists (PCCPs) hired as members of primary care teams within Primary Care Networks (PCNs) across health authorities throughout the province. The onboarding of clinical pharmacists for these new positions is being done in collaboration with the UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and health authority and community stakeholders. The successful candidates will enjoy being able to work closely with prescribers in the community. Self-motivation, excellent communication skills, and a strong clinical background are all key assets to success in these positions.
If you’re looking for an exciting new opportunity to be a part of a provincial primary care initiative, this opportunity may be for you!
Get to know Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services!
We are a collaboration of four premier health employers Fraser Health, Provincial Health Services, Providence and Vancouver Coastal Health. We provide an integrated approach to pharmaceutical care and service excellence to patients, residents and clients. We are committed to investing in your professional development and in creating an environment where you can advance your career.
As a Clinical Pharmacist, you will be providing the following services to your patients:
- Direct patient care: Communicate with patients and the health care team to determine goals of therapy and collect information; identify drug related issues; formulate and implement a pharmacy care plan and monitor outcomes; provide medication information and care transition
- Use your pharmacotherapy knowledge to respond to drug information requests and assist in the development of drug therapy guidelines
- Follow, maintain and reinforce medication use policies and processes to ensure proper and safe dosing, storage, handling, dispensing, and/or administration of medications and compounded sterile products
- Participates in process improvements to ensure compliance with adverse drug reaction and medication error reporting programs, implements safety mechanisms, and continually assesses patient safety during transitions of care
- Contribute to published literature on evidence-based pharmacotherapy.
- Provide preceptorship and supervision to pharmacy students and residents
Additionally, we would depend on your expertise to ensure that prescriptions are validated and you would identify safety concerns working with the health care team to resolve discrepancies or problems; documenting discussions or modifications to the medication therapy and dispensing medications.
To join our team you have:
- Current registration as a Pharmacist with the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia
- Two (2) years’ recent, relevant patient care experience, ideally in a team-based primary care setting or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Valid Class 5 drivers licence and access to a personal vehicle for business related purposes.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, here is why you should apply!
We aim to build an environment where you love the work you do, the place where you work, and the people around you. From the financial advisor handling our health care resources, to the IT professional enabling life-saving data, to the nurse and physician on the front line of patient care, everyone plays a role in the care continuum. Together, we create great workplaces.
Posting Number: 1365842
Geographic Location: Mission
Posting Date: 10-May-2021
Closing Date: Open until filled
Employment Type: Full Time
Rate: $45.00 - $56.29 / hour
Hours of Work: 0830-1630H | shift start/stop times may vry by approximately 1.5 hours depending on clinic needs.
Program/Service: Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services
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