Parkview Health Oncology Pharmacy Supervisor in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Pharmacy Supervisor for Oncology Services

  • Parkview Health recognized as one of nation’s 15 Top Health Systems of 2017 by Truven Health Analytics™

  • June 2017, Parkview earned the nation’s top honor for nursing excellence: Magnet Recognition® by the American Nurses Credentialing Center

  • 2016, 2017, and 2018 Workplace of the Year by The Advisory Board Company

  • Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation listed as one of “50 Hospitals with Innovation Programs” by Becker’s Hospital Review

  • In 2016, Parkview Regional Medical Center was the first hospital in the state to be recognized as a top-performer in the Midas+ Platinum Quality Award program for excellence in clinical outcomes

Responsibilities: The Pharmacy supervisor will provide oversight of oncology services in the Outpatient Oncology Infusion Satellite and over Inpatient Oncology Services. This individual will be part of a dedicated team of pharmacists, nurses, and physicians as part of the Medical and Surgical Oncology treatment team in Parkview Cancer Institute located on the campus of PRMC. The Oncology team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, patient care nurses, research nurses, medical assistants, dietary, medication assistance coordinator, and care navigators. The pharmacist will focus on best practices and medication safety for our oncology patient population. Supervisory responsibilities include coworker engagement, annual evaluations, and corrective action. With pharmacist coworkers providing patient care in both inpatient, outpatient infusion, and outpatient clinic settings, Parkview is creating a seamless inpatient to outpatient transition. The Medical Oncology Physician Group cares for a variety of oncology diagnoses and is part of numerous research protocols. Clinical protocols include both industry and cooperative studies and will allow exposure to state of the art studies and new drugs in development.The supervisor will collaborate with the Investigational Drug Service (IDS) pharmacist and IDS technician to optimize care for clinical trial patients. The Surgical Oncology Physician Group manages surgical oncology needs of patients using innovation and technology to provide advanced practice medicine. The team is collaborative and is looking for an additional pharmacist to enhance the patient experience.

Parkview Health has provided specialty pharmacy services in a variety of areas for over 20 years. Parkview offers a progressive pharmaceutical care environment in a variety of practice settings, including inpatient pharmacy, interdisciplinary rounding, ambulatory specialty clinics, a surgical/critical care satellite pharmacy, and a cancer satellite pharmacy. Parkview Pharmacy leadership includes a team with dedication to each facility and service type, including Inpatient and Outpatient Clinical Services, Distribution Services Manager for PRMC and Parkview Hospital, an inpatient pharmacy supervisor, lead pharmacists in central and critical care/OR satellite, and lead technicians in central pharmacy. Parkview pharmacy is an early adopter of and a best-practice site for integrated technologies, including Pyxis® MedStations™, Pyxis® CII Safe™, Talyst’s Autopack® and Autopharm® inventory management software with vertical carousels, Smart Infusion systems, Baxa EM 2400™ TPN compounder, and Standing Stone’s CoagClinic®. Parkview Health offers competitive salaries and generous benefits. This pharmacist will provide direct patient care and oversight and will have the opportunity to participate in pharmacy-based projects and multidisciplinary committees, and will precept student pharmacists and PGY1 pharmacy residents.

Institution and Location: Parkview Health is a not-for-profit, community-based health system serving a northeast Indiana population of more than 820,000. With over 10,000 employees, we're the region's largest employer. Parkview is guided by a mission to improve the health of the communities we serve. Our world-class clinical teams are dedicated to providing the highest levels of compassionate care. In turn, we are committed to equipping them with state-of-the-art technology and facilities. Parkview strives to be a partner with civic leaders on the frontlines of safety, wellness and prevention. And, because we are the region's only not-for-profit health system, you can be sure of the most important thing of all -- our patients come first. Parkview Health consists of 10 hospital facilities, 2 free-standing Surgery Centers, a free-standing emergency department, and over 500 employed providers - all on the Epic© platform.

Parkview Health has been recognized as one of the 15 best-performing health systems in the country and one of the 5 best for mid-sized hospitals!

PRMC, a member of Parkview Health, is a major regional medical center located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It provides comprehensive medical services to patients in northeastern Indiana, northwestern Ohio and southern Michigan. PRMC is a tertiary medical center with 446 beds (all private) and is a Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. In addition to the medical and surgical populations, it also has specialty centers for stroke, cardiac, orthopedics, oncology, and women’s and children’s services. Parkview Physicians Group (PPG) includes over 500 physicians starting with primary care and expanding to more than 30 different specialties. PPG is a team of practitioners to care for the patient’s unique health needs. PPG is a part of Parkview Care Partners, a physician-led care management organization collaborating on a clinically integrated approach to healthcare delivery across the continuum of care. Clinical integration facilitates the coordination of patient care across medical conditions, providers, locations, and time.

Qualifications: Candidates must possess a pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited institution and have experience providing oncology care. Leadership experience is highly preferred. Pharmacy licensure, or eligibility, in Indiana is required. Candidates must have a high level of oncology practice skills, enthusiasm for patient care, and the interpersonal skills needed to interact effectively with health professionals, patients, and students. Board Certification in Oncology Practice preferred. BCOP required within 12 months of hire or once qualifications are met.