Pharmacist Transition of Care
Doctoral Degree required
Experience is required
The Transitions of Care Pharmacist is
responsible for the clinical oversight of any transitions of care provided by
the Department of Pharmaceutical Services and for helping to resolve
pharmacotherapeutic issues at the patient level during a transition of care. Position Responsibilities
the Medication History Pharmacy Technician program.
discharge medication education to high-risk patients (or delegate to
Clinical Generalists as appropriate).
accurate and proficient distribution of medications in accordance with
department policies in addition to state and federal regulations.
in other duties as assigned.
degree of Pharmacy.
Minimum Years of Experience (Amount, Type and Variation):
of PGY1 residency or 3 years hospital with significant clinical
residency or 5 years hospital with significant clinical experience.
License, Registry or Certification:
New Jersey Board of Pharmacist License.
pharmacy certification (e.g. BCPS, CGP).
Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities:
skills serving patients of diverse age and disease states; working
knowledge of Automated Dispensing Cabinets (e.g. PYXIS® or Omnicell®);
Competence in required computer programs (clinical system, ADC,
parenteral documentation), MS Office Proficient; Teaching/precepting