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Pharmacy Department Profile

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Deaconess Health System, based in Evansville, Indiana provides the ideal job for pharmacists who want to practice in an environment which promotes continual career growth, interaction with physicians and other healthcare professionals, variety in daily activities and teamwork in which all pharmacists function as clinical pharmacists.

Well-rounded Staff
Deaconess pharmacists have a range of experience: the new graduate who is successfully practicing clinically after an extensive 8 week orientation, the Board Certified specialist whose expertise is used in clinical practice and student education, the pharmacist who has worked in our department for 30 years and continues to grow clinically every year and the pharmacy director who started as a staff pharmacist and transitioned into the director who applies her business background to push our department to continually expand the role of the pharmacist.

Respected Profession
Collaboration with the multidisciplinary team is part of the culture of Deaconess Health System. Clinical consultation services are frequently requested by the Medical Staff for medication management. Pharmacists are viewed very positively by the Medical Staff, nursing and administration as the primary source for drug information and administrator of medication safety.

Clinical Services
The Pharmacy Department supports a decentralized, patient-centered integrated model. Pharmacists work more than 50% of their time in a solely clinical role and the remaining time in some aspect of dispensing. At Deaconess, all pharmacists are considered clinical pharmacists. Pharmacists are scheduled each day at Deaconess Midtown Campus and the Gateway Campus to work on nursing units to provide clinical services without any drug distribution responsibility.

Some of the opportunities include pharmacokinetic dosing, nutrition support team, pain management, inpatient anticoagulation consult service, warfarin discharge counseling, automatic renal dosing protocols, oncology services, trauma service rounding, in-service opportunities, newsletter publication, drug expense reduction initiatives and medication use evaluations.

Ambulatory Services
Pharmacists are also involved with diverse ambulatory services. These services include two oncology infusion clinics, four anticoagulation clinics, home care infusion services, medication assistance program, surgery services/physician clinic consulting, outpatient specialty pharmacy services, and medication therapy management clinic serving both employee wellness and outpatient referrals. Other department specialty areas include our surgery satellites and contracted pharmacy services to The Women's Hospital.

Role in Education
Our pharmacists are heavily involved in education. Our department offers rotations for Doctor of Pharmacy students from Purdue, Butler University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Sullivan Universtiy, Manchester University and many other pharmacy schools. Our affiliations allow experiences from throughout the state to impact our care. The Deaconess Family Medicine Residency Program is affiliated with Indiana University School of Medicine. Butler University College of Pharmacy has faculty on-site as their regional coordinator. Deaconess Pharmacy also offers two Post-Graduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency positions which are ASHP-accredited.

Take a look at Deaconess Pharmacy and have the opportunity to create the career that you have imagined for yourself.

Pharmaceutical Care Opportunities

  • Pharmacokinetic Dosing Service
  • Trauma and ICU Rounds
  • Nutrition Support Team
  • Inpatient Coumadin Education and Dosing
  • Outpatient Anticoagulation Clinic
  • Surgery Satellite
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship Program with a focus on streamlining antibiotics and providing the most effective use of anti-infectives
  • Code Blue Participation
  • Automatic Renal Dosing
  • Automatic IV to PO Conversion
  • Medication Use Evaluation Studies
  • Medication Therapy Management Clinic
Other Opportunities
  • Rotations for Doctor of Pharmacy students from Purdue, Butler, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and many other pharmacy schools
  • Monthly Competency Program
  • Monthly Journal Club
  • Formalized Clinical Pearls Sessions
  • Pharmacy Newsletter
  • In-service Presentations
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