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  • 18 Oct 2023 2:56 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Infectious Disease is responsible for providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to patients through clinical services, formulary management, development of policies and procedures, and integrated drug distribution. Individual will be responsible for providing recommendations and/or assuming responsibility for pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation, parenteral nutrition support, or other medication regimens as prescribed by provider. Individual may also be responsible for performing basic activities related to transitions of care (e.g., medication history review, medication reconciliation, patient education). 


    *PGY1 Pharmacy Residency (required) 

    *PGY2 Infectious Disease Residency or at least two years of clinical pharmacy experience in infectious disease, antimicrobial stewardship, and pharmacokinetics (required) 

    1. Provide recommendations and/or manage therapy associated with antimicrobial stewardship/pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation, parenteral nutrition, or other medication regimens as prescribed by the provider.

    - Document clinical interventions on an ongoing basis.

    - Round with interdisciplinary teams, as able.

    - Demonstrate a basic understanding of distributive responsibilities, including computer functions.

    - Assist in investigational drug studies when needed.

    - Provide on-call clinical pharmacy services as needed.

    - Perform medication history review and assist providers with medication reconciliation as needed.

    - Perform medication management activities as outlined per Wellstar policies. 

    2. Educational responsibilities

    - Develop and provide educational programs/in services for health care practitioners and patients as required.

    - Provide drug information when needed or requested.

    - Serve as a preceptor/instructor for students from accredited colleges/schools of pharmacy.

    - Serve as a preceptor for the Pharmacy Residency Program (where applicable).

    - Assist in developing drug protocols. 

    3. Participate on assigned Committees and Projects

    - Participate as a member of the Wellstar Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, as well as other System and facility-specific committees as assigned or as deemed necessary.

    - Identify target medications/therapies, develop criteria, and implement data collection for Medication Use Evaluations (MUE). Tabulate and present completed MUE data to the P&T Committee.

    - Assist in formulary maintenance by critiquing new entities, comparing medication classes, and developing therapeutic interchanges where applicable.

    - Assist in preparing for and maintaining compliance with regulatory agency (e.g., The Joint Commission) standards/requirements. 

    Required for All Jobs: 

    -Performs other duties as assigned.

    -Complies with all WellStar Health System policies, standards of work, and code of conduct. 


    Required Minimum Education: 

    -Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college of pharmacy Required.

    -Doctorate from an accredited college of pharmacy Preferred. 

    Required Minimum Experience: 

    -Minimum 3 years of clinical pharmacy experience or Completion of a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Required.

    -Experience with nutrition support, anticoagulation management, and pharmacokinetics, strongly preferred. 

    Required Minimum Skills: 

    -Strong verbal and written communication skills

    -Strong computer skills. Experience with STAR, Microsoft Office, etc. preferred.

    -Capable of preparing and providing presentations

    -Strong organizational skills 

    Required Minimum License(s) and Certification(s): 


    -Board Certification (BCIDP preferred) 

    Additional Licenses and Certifications: 

    -Board Certification (e.g., BCPS, BCGP, etc.) strongly preferred.

    More Information/Apply Here

  • 04 Oct 2023 9:00 AM | Daniel Hawley (Administrator)

    Location: Durham, NC

    Contact: Rebekah H. Wrenn ( 

    Position Summary: The Antimicrobial Stewardship and Evaluation Team (ASET) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of antimicrobial use throughout Duke University Hospital (DUH). This position is part of a team of three inpatient antimicrobial stewardship pharmacists that work collaboratively with the Department of Pharmacy, medical staff, and other healthcare workers under the direction of the ASET Pharmacist Coordinator and Medical Director. 

    Description of Institution: DUH is a 979-bed tertiary care, academic medical center with comprehensive inpatient and ambulatory care services. The Department of Pharmacy provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care with a staff of approximately 400 pharmacists, technicians, administrative and support personnel. The Duke Center for Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Prevention was designated an Infectious Diseases Society of America Antimicrobial Stewardship Center of Excellence in 2017. Located within the Research Triangle, Duke University and the region offer an excellent quality of live. Close proximity to beaches and mountains supplement outdoor recreational activities. Additional information may be viewed at

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Perform prospective and retrospective antimicrobial review, feedback, and (when indicated) intervention throughout Duke University Hospital (DUH)
    • Participate in the development of infectious diseases-related protocols and order sets
    • Update DUH infectious disease guidelines to improve antibiotic decision-support for DUH clinicians relating to the selection, dose, duration, and monitoring of antimicrobials
    • Collaborate with other members of the ASET interdisciplinary team to establish models and procedures to audit and provide prescriber feedback in order to optimize antimicrobial prescribing practices
    • Represent ASET to front-line prescribers and administrative leaders at DUH; actively contribute, and provide leadership in related committees, groups or initiatives relating to antimicrobial stewardship
    • Participate in the preparation of reports intended to document the impact of the program on quality, safety, and cost of antimicrobial use
    • Assist in organizing, managing, and querying a newly developed DUH ASET antimicrobial utilization database
    • Work to ensure optimal compliance with anti-infective related clinical pathways and guidelines (e.g. hospital-acquired pneumonia, CMS guidelines for surgical infection prevention) 
    • Analyze prescribing and utilization patterns utilizing internal and external databases (i.e. UHC Clinical Resource Manager, Medicare process of care measures) to identify trends and improvement opportunities.
    • Design and implement strategies and activities for enhancing performance in antimicrobial medication utilization
    • Participate in the review and approval of requests for restricted antibiotic use
    • Assist in developing annual quality and financial goals for anti-infective utilization
    • Participate in the conduct of didactic and experiential training of present and future physicians and pharmacists in principles of antimicrobial stewardship
    • Provide educational lectures and/or participates in research (Duke, State/Local, National)

    Required or desired credentials or experience of applicants: Three years of clinical hospital experience and/or completion of a PGY1 residency and PGY2 residency in infectious disease or critical care required.  Candidates with experience as a member of Antimicrobial Stewardship Service are preferred.  Licensed as a pharmacist by the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy.  

    Apply here:

  • 29 Sep 2023 3:59 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Job Title: Ambulatory HIV Pharmacist

    Location: Los Angeles, CA

    Contact: Ambulatory Pharmacist - UCLA Health Careers - Job #9357 - Los Angeles, CA


    Ensure the delivery of exceptional ambulatory-focused pharmacy services at a health system with features four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary/specialty care practices and urgent care centers throughout Southern California as well as the David Geffen School of Medicine.

    Pharmacist will be reporting to the Pharmacy supervisor — Ambulatory Pharmacy, you will perform various pharmacist functions pertaining to ambulatory pharmacy. Some of these functions include: – Supporting the Pharmacy Supervisor in ensuring compliance to rules, policies and regulations – Overseeing support staff – Performing medication dispensing activities and clinical pharmacy program optimization to deliver outstanding patient care – Cultivating and modeling a collegial, professional, cooperative relationship with pharmacy staff, medical professionals, support, and administrative staff – Demonstrating effective, innovative problem-solving – Adapting to the challenges of a rapidly changing health care environment – Advancing a patient-centric focus to treat illness with integrity, innovation, and commitment Bargaining Unit: HX-UPTE Schedule: Varied hours, depending on department needs, including weekends and holidays. Hourly Salary Range: $83.37-$97.65

    We’re seeking a strong, independent clinical leader with current California Pharmacy licensure, a PharmD degree and: • Strong communication, organizational, prioritizing, and follow-through skills • Knowledge of clinical, ambulatory, specialty, transitions of care and dispensing workflows • HIV certification or equivalent board certification preferred • Advanced Practice Pharmacist (APh) licensure is desirable.

  • 21 Sep 2023 9:23 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    The University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy is recruiting for a full-time Assistant Professor position (non-tenure track) with a practice site in Infectious Diseases with our affiliated teaching hospital, Prisma Health.  The practice site will be focused in infectious diseases consults and antimicrobial stewardship.  This person would be heavily involved in the PGY1, Infectious Diseases PGY2 and Clinical Fellowship training programs, for both pharmacy and medicine.   The College of Pharmacy is a leader in training and education across the country providing robust opportunities both locally and abroad to facilitate the growth of future leaders in our profession.  For more information, please contact Michaela Almgren, PharmD (Search Committee Chair, or Brandon Bookstaver (ID faculty,  

    Evaluation of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The University of South Carolina is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The University embraces family-friendly policies that provide flexible work environment and an academic culture supportive of faculty members and their families. 

    To be considered for this position, candidates must apply at the University of South Carolina Employment website,, posting # FAC00138PO23.

    A curriculum vitae, letter of intent, and three letters of recommendation are required.

    More Information/Apply Here

  • 18 Sep 2023 2:41 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Clinical Pharmacist - Infectious Diseases Specialist

    Regions Hospital is looking for an experienced Infectious Diseases (ID) Clinical Pharmacy Specialist to coordinate our Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP) activities and other ID initiatives for Regions Hospital as well as the entire HealthPartners health system. The Regions Hospital ID Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will join a team of systemwide ID pharmacists and work collaboratively with ID physicians, infection prevention, microbiology, clinical pharmacy, medicine, nursing, and information technology to improve care delivered across our system of eight hospitals. The ID Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will work to implement quality improvement initiatives and generate data that drives improvements in patient care in addition to develop and maintain policies and procedures that enhance patient outcomes through safe, effective, cost-efficient, and appropriate medication therapy and use of diagnostic tests. Additional responsibilities include clinical patient case consultation, education of medical and pharmacy staff, promotion of evidence-based medicine, leadership of local antimicrobial stewardship initiatives, and standardization of practices across the continuum of care. The ID Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will perform all duties in a manner that promotes the mission and values of the organization.

    More Information/Apply Here 

  • 18 Sep 2023 2:39 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Disease Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Infectious Disease - FT/Day

    Job Title: Disease Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Infectious Disease - FT/Day

    Location: Mercy Hospital South, St. Louis, Missouri

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    Coordinate Antimicrobial Stewardship at Mercy Hospital South.  Responsible for all aspects of promoting and managing drug therapy based on expert knowledge in the area of Antimicrobial Pharmacotherapy.  Coordinate with the Infectious Disease department, as well as other services, in promoting appropriate use of antimicrobials with the goal of enhancing patient health outcomes while minimizing adverse events, reducing antimicrobial resistance, and decreasing unnecessary costs.  Responsible for maintaining the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, acting as a liaison between Pharmacy Services, Medical Service and Nursing Services, as well as providing education to all health care professionals.  Serve as co-chair and facilitate meetings for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, which is an advisory committee that reports to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.  Serve and participate on the system Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee.     

    Perform all the functions of the Clinical Pharmacist Specialist as assigned. Responsible for monitoring and assisting in the management of drug use in targeted patient populations. Provides drug information services and adverse event monitoring as required for the Health System. Serves as a mentor to staff and clinical staff pharmacists in regards to clinical judgment and clinical practices. This responsibility encompasses inpatient, managed care outpatient, and long-term segments of care delivery. Ensures compliance with rules and regulations that pertain to the targeted populations. Maintain/enhance pharmacotherapeutic skills through the reading of primary literature, national guidelines and/or medical references. Performs related duties as assigned. 

    Responsible for monitoring and assisting in the management of drug use in targeted patient populations. Provides drug information services and adverse event monitoring as required for the Health System. Serves as a mentor to staff and clinical staff pharmacists in regards to clinical judgment and clinical practices. This responsibility encompasses inpatient, managed care outpatient, and long-term segments of care delivery. Ensures compliance with rules and regulations that pertain to the targeted populations. Maintain/enhance pharmacotherapeutic skills through the reading of primary literature, national guidelines and/or medical references Performs related duties as assigned.

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  • 14 Sep 2023 11:13 PM | Anonymous

    Clinical Pharmacist- Antimicrobial Stewardship

    Charleston, SC

    Hourly Full Time (80 hrs every two weeks - benefited)

    Req# 285124

    Job Summary:

    Provide professional pharmaceutical care for Roper St. Francis Healthcare inpatients and outpatients by establishing, practicing, and promoting high standards of quality care.

    Minimum Qualifications: 

    Education:  Graduate of an accredited A.C.P.E. College of Pharmacy; Pharm. D. Degree preferred.  In lieu of a Pharm. D. degree, at least 5 years of Clinical Pharmacy experience required.

    Experience:  Previous hospital experience or suitable hospital experience during pharmacy education or internship is required.  Pharmacy Practice Residency (or equivalent) preferred. Infectious disease and antimicrobial stewardship experience preferred. 

    Licensure/Certification:  Licensed by the Board of Pharmacy to practice the profession of pharmacy in South Carolina.

    Link to apply


    David Garbarz, PharmD

    Clinical Pharmacy Supervisor

    Roper St. Francis Healthcare

  • 14 Sep 2023 10:19 PM | Anonymous

    This 1.0 FTE position currently designed as 0.5 FTE for pediatric Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship and 0.5 FTE within NICU at Lee Health-Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida.  We are located a few miles from the beaches of Southwest Florida including Sanibel and Captiva. Great opportunity to enjoy the change in environments, ability to be part of interdisciplinary teams for both areas, and being a part of our pharmacy leadership team. Antimicrobial stewardship program management activities and precepting of pharmacy trainees and residents are anticipated. 

    Lee Health is the 4th largest public community health system in the US. It is a not-for-profit, community health care system, with 5 acute care facilities and 1812 total beds, and a Level II Trauma Center. 

    The Pharmacy Mission is Optimizing Patient Outcomes Through Interdisciplinary Medication Management.  Services are provided by more than 200 pharmacists and 180 pharmacy technicians, in 14 pharmacies and other decentralized locations.  Pharmacy education at Lee Health includes PGY1 pharmacy residency programs (acute care and community-based), and PGY2 residencies in Infectious Diseases, Critical Care, Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership, and Pediatrics. Our preceptors accept APPE students from colleges of pharmacy both within and outside of the state of Florida. The system also supports medical residency and education programs, including a family medicine residency program, an internal medicine residency program, and medical student rotations. 

    Link to position: Clinical Specialist – Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida

  • 14 Sep 2023 10:11 PM | Anonymous

    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Disease–SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE

    Location: Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital and Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital- Cleveland, OH

    Contact: Nichole Vencl, 

    Job Description 

  • 12 Sep 2023 4:27 PM | Anonymous

    Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy- HIV/ID Clinic

    Charlottesville, VA

    Full time

    The Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist for HIV and Infectious Diseases collaborates to provide medication management, medication access, and patient education in order to optimize clinical outcomes. This position primarily supports a large multidisciplinary team within the UVA Health Ryan White HIV Clinic. Clinical activities include but are not limited to: 1) rapid initiation of antiretroviral therapy (ART), 2) cabotegravir/rilpivirine coordination, 3) medication adherence counseling, 4) complex ART optimization, and 5) assistance with polypharmacy, drug-drug interactions, adverse drug events, dosing adjustments, and primary care management for patients with HIV. Similar drug therapy expertise for General Infectious Diseases clinics is also provided upon request. Education-related expectations include: serving as a rotation and/or project preceptor for APPE students and residents (PGY1, PGY2 Ambulatory Care, PGY2 Infectious Diseases), and didactic lectures/in-services for staff and trainees. This individual will promote UVA Specialty Pharmacy’s culture of caring and communication, which fosters patient empowerment through education and support.

    The Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist provides evidence-based pharmaceutical care to patients in the ambulatory clinical setting. The delivery of care by the Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist includes, but is not limited to: designing, implementing, assessing, monitoring, and documenting therapeutic plans utilizing best evidence and most effective and most economical medication treatments; helping to achieve positive patient outcomes through interactions with patients, providers, and interdisciplinary teams in the ambulatory clinical setting. When appropriate, pharmacists who provide ambulatory care services may perform patient assessments, participate in collaborative practice agreements to provide medication management, provide collaborative drug therapy management, order, interpret, monitor medication therapy-related tests, coordinate care and other health services for wellness and prevention of disease, provide education to patients and caregivers, and document care plans in the medical record.

    • Enters prescribing clinician orders into the appropriate computer application. 
    • Processes prescribing clinician’s orders (prescriptions).
    • Oversees pharmacy technicians’ work. 
    • Provides drug information to patients caregivers and providers.
    • Performs pharmacy functions according to Federal State local Health System and Department statutes regulations and published guideline documents.
    Position Compensation Range: $52.46 - $83.94 Hourly


    Education: Bachelor's Degree required
    Experience: No experience required
    Licensure: Commonwealth of Virginia State Board of Pharmacy License. American Heart Association (AHA) Health Care Provider BLS certification required.


    Job requires standing and traveling for prolonged periods. Proficient communicative, auditory and visual skills; Attention to detail and ability to write legibly; Ability to lift/push/pull < 20lbs. May be exposed to chemicals.

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