Eligible for excellent hiring incentives, including a Start Bonus and Relocation Assistance (for hires relocating from greater than 100 miles). To qualify for the bonus candidates must not have been employed by Salem Health in the last 6 months. Bonuses are available to external applicants only and are subject to all applicable tax withholding.
Your Role With Us:
The Pharmacy team at Salem Health is currently accepting applications for a Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator to join their team!
The Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator is responsible for leading, advising on, and coordinating clinical activities, workflows and projects relevant to the practice of pharmacy. Responsible for leading and working alongside frontline staff with daily oversight of workload assignments and personnel matters associated with services provided in Pharmacist managed patient care areas. Reports to Pharmacy/Clinic Manager or Director and is responsible for developing, initiating, maintaining, and reporting on area workload and quality improvement activities. Also responsible for coordinating communication of policies and procedures, as well as day to day operational needs. Assists in reviewing/screening candidates for employment and performs employee evaluations within area of responsibility.
Coordinate, collaborate, analyze, evaluate, implement, troubleshoot, and assist with tasks as necessary in maintaining or optimizing the following services:
Pharmacy Residency Program
Pharmacy Clinical Services
Pharmacy Operational Workflows
Clinical workflows and best practices
Quality and PSA activities
Other Pharmacy clinical or operational services
Ensure all activities and policies comply with applicable:
Credentialing standards (Critical Access Hospital, CMS, and Joint Commission)
State and Federal law
West Valley Hospital or Salem Health (including dual campus) Policy
340B Drug Purchasing Program
Residency Accreditation standards
Quality and safety best practices
Other applicable policies and standards
Work in collaboration with leadership to:
Support optimal clinical decision making and workflows
Support evidence based medicine best practices
Optimize EHR and other systems to support or enforce standards of practice
Develop, monitor and adjust clinical services/programs
Coordinate the development and implementation of drug use policies
Manage hospital formulary
Serve on system P&T committee and other relevant committees
Foster staff participation in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating service activities and goals
Implement and utilize technology
Educate and teach staff and prescribers
Work in collaboration with leadership to adopt, develop and review:
Best care practices
Policies and Procedures
Quality improvement efforts in areas of responsibility
Supervises the following roles:
Pharmacists (including Pharmacy Residents)
BS in Pharmacy required; PharmD preferred
Minimum of one (1) year of experience as a practicing Pharmacist in a Hospital, Retail, or Clinic setting with successful completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency program required.
Licensure by the Oregon Board of Pharmacy as a Registered Pharmacist (RPh.) required by date of hire; preceptor license within six (6) months of hire.
Residency PGY1 required, PGY2 preferred.
BLS from the AHA required within six (6) months of hire
ACLS required within six (6) months of hire
Board certification in an applicable specialty preferred
Highly productive, ability to multitask and prioritize competing demands.
Knowledge of and familiarity with Federal, State or other regulatory requirements related to the delivery of Pharmacist managed services
Understanding of employee – employer relationships and the rules pertaining to supervising staff
Experience in program development and/or management oversight in directing team based initiatives
High level working knowledge in using software programs such as EPIC, Microsoft Office, etc. in delivery of care or service to patient/clients.
Effective communication skills – verbal and written
Ability to effectively interact with a diverse patient and employee population
Salem Health is a not-for-profit health system that includes Oregon's award-winning Salem Health main campus in Salem, a regional referral center; Salem Health West Valley, a critical-access hospital; and Salem Health Medical Group family medicine clinics and specialists.
Salem Health is guided by a 15-member volunteer Board of Trustees. The health system is the area's largest private employer, with approximately 4,000 full- and part-time employees. The doctors and hospital staff members provide high-quality, compassionate care to people in and around Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley.
SALEM HEALTH – Salem Campus
Salem Health is a Level II trauma center and one of the largest acute-care hospitals in Oregon with 454 acute-care beds. The hospital has 465 physicians on the active medical staff, representing 46 different specialties.
In 2010, Salem Health's Salem campus received the coveted Magnet award for excellence in patient care. Only 6 percent of U.S. Hospitals have this honor from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. In 2009, Salem Health became the first hospital in Oregon and one of just 22 hospitals nationwide to become a two-time winner of the Beacon Award for Cr...itical Care Excellence from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. In May 2011, Salem Hospital became the only Oregon hospital to earn one of the first-ever sustained improvement awards given by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for achievement in eliminating two serious hospital infections.
To improve the patient experience by providing health care providers; patients and their families; and others with information, education, networking opportunities, and related resources focused on best practices.