Provides prescribed medications, drug information, and overall pharmaceutical care as needed for patient care according to professional standards, laws, and practices.
Become a part of “the Good Life” at Salina Regional Health Center. As north central Kansas’ health care leader – serving a primary market area of more than 200,000 people – Salina Regional is rapidly growing to provide the health care needs of the community and region. We are currently looking for an Emergency Department Pharmacist to join our team of compassionate providers dedicated to improving the lives of the patients we serve as we expand our current clinical emergency pharmacy services.
Facility Overview: Salina Regional Health Center is a comprehensive acute care hospital with a diverse medical staff of more than 150 physicians that serves as a regional referral center for many primary and advanced care services. The hospital is a Level III Trauma Center with 24/7 neurosurgical coverage and is on track to become accredited as a Primary Stroke Center later this year.
In a community of 50,000, with a draw from a wide region, Salina offers many big city amenities in a small town atmosphere. We also are home to the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina, Smoky Hill Family Medicine Residency Program, a PGY-1 pharmacy residency program and serve as a clinical training site for many other specialties within the field of health care.
Pharmacy Overview: Salina Regional Health Center operates a full-service 24/7 inpatient pharmacy. Pharmacy services provided include IV admixture service, chemotherapy service, decentralized clinical monitoring and intervention, inpatient and outpatient medication education, pharmacokinetic dosing service, TPN management, code blue and trauma attendance and education to nurses and physicians. In addition to our emergency department, decentralized pharmacists provide clinical services on our critical care, cardiology, internal medicine, and oncology units.
Position Description: Our Emergency Department pharmacists play a lead role in developing and implementing standard procedures and pharmaceutical management of patients in the ED. The position also affords the opportunity to precept pharmacy students and residents and shape patient quality initiatives by serving on a variety of hospital and medical staff committees. More than 36,000 patients visit Salina Regional’s ED each year presenting a wide breadth of urgent and critical care scenarios.
Bachelor's degree in pharmacy from an accredited school of pharmacy
Doctor of Pharmacy degree preferred
Hospital experience preferred
Current Kansas pharmacist license or eligible for Kansas license
Additional Salary Information: $10,000 Sign-on Bonus!
Student Loan Forgivness up to $18,000
Salina Regional is now an integrated health system. Primary care physicians are an integral part of Salina Regional. The connection between a patient and his or her primary care physician is the relationship that most impacts health. Subspecialist physicians also are an integral part of Salina Regional, so we have the necessary elements for clinically integrating primary, subspecialty and hospital... care. Affiliations with health care providers throughout the Sunflower Health Network have built a foundation for taking that integration to a regional level. Through its hospitals, physicians, clinical and support services, and affiliates, Salina Regional’s health system improves wellness, strives to provide exceptional care for the sick and injured, and meets health needs from prenatal care to end of life.
Salina Regional insists on excellence. Throughout Salina Regional there is a culture of continuous improvement to achieve ever higher standards of patient access, clinical and service quality, affordability, and organizational sustainability. Throughout this culture is the insistence that we do what’s best for the patient.
Salina Regional provides systems of health and systems of care. As the regional leader in north central Kansas providing a full continuum of integrated services, Salina Regional embraces the role of facilitating regional integration. Our primary care physicians are at the nexus of:
* Systems of care, including illness and injury diagnosis, clinical intervention, rehabilitation, and end of life care, and
* Systems of health, emphasizing prevention of illness and injury and maintenance and improvement of health status.
Salina Regional collaborates to sustain access. Salina Regional Health Center leads regional initiatives and actively collaborates with the Sunflower Health Network, higher education institutions, regional health care providers, and others to develop and sustain access to comprehensive, highly coordinated services close to home.
Salina Regional earns trust. Sustaining health and health care is critical to sustaining the economic viability of regional communities. Salina Regional embraces its leadership responsibility in making this rural region a healthy place to work and live. People and communities entrust Salina Regional Health Center with their lives.