The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. In 2020-2021, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center was named one of America’s “Best Hospitals” by U.S. News & World Report for the 28th consecutive year and is nationally ranked in nine specialties. Forbes named Ohio State Wexner Medical Center among America’s best large employers in 2021, we ranked #14 nationwide across all industries, and #2 of American hospitals to work for.
Ohio State Wexner Medical Center is looking for a highly motivated pharmacist to provide pharmacy services related to the treatment and prevention of HIV and the coordination of appropriate therapy for the treatment and prevention of opportunistic infections. We offer a unique practice model that allows pharmacists to practice at the top of their license in close coordination with our providers.
Beyond direct patient care, pharmacists will assume leadership roles in identifying evidence-based opportunities for improvement in patient care and organizational processes, participate in appropriate hospital and/or departmental committees relevant to practice area, and act as a resource to provide answers to drug information questions.
The population served includes adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients in our HIV/Infectious Disease Care clinic at McCampbell Outpatient Care. This position is responsible for supervising pharmacy students, pharmacy residents, and providing educational programs for patients and hospital staff (providers, nurses, medical students, graduate medical education, and pharmacy staff).
About Ohio State Wexner Medical Center’s Division of Infection Diseases
The Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Internal Medicine is committed to comprehensive patient care, high caliber research and innovative medical education for medical students, post-doctoral trainees and professional colleagues.
Among the division's major efforts is the creation of The Center for Microbial Interface Biology, an interdisciplinary collaboration among investigators campus-wide, and the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, a National Institutes of Health-designated research site for the treatment of HIV and AIDS.
We are also home to the AIDS Education and Training Center, part of a network of training centers financed by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. The center is housed at McCampbell Hall and serves central and northeast Ohio healthcare providers treating people with HIV or AIDS. Its mission is to improve the quality of patients' lives through high-quality professional education and training.
Registered pharmacist in the State of Ohio
Advanced degree (Pharm D/MS) and completion of PGY2 Infectious Disease or HIV residency training preferred.
AAHIV credential or ability to obtain within two years of hire.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package with a variety of options to meet your unique needs. All benefits begin the first day of employment, including tuition assistance for employees and dependents, up to a 14 percent employer retirement match, paid time off and funding support for conference attendance. Learn more at hr.osu.edu.
Application and interview process
Qualified candidates can send their CVs directly to Amanda Hafford, PharmD, MS, at Amanda.Hafford@osumc.edu.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.