Working as part of the Summerville Family Health Team you will be an integral member of the organization being accountable for the provision of clinical pharmacy services and pharmaceutical care to patients and physician’s within the Summerville Family Health Team. You will also be involved in health promotion initiatives and quality assurance projects as developed.
Provide individual patient assessments to identify, prevent and resolve drug-related problems.
Provide evidence-based, timely and unbiased drug information that meets the needs of the team and patients.
Integrate into the family health team by collaborating with physicians, other health care professionals and patients to promote optimal patient care.
Contribute to the development and on-going definition of the role of the clinical pharmacist in the family health team and in the development of chronic disease management initiatives.
Complete documentation to satisfy the objectives of the team.
Participation in interdisciplinary group patient education programs as developed.
Coordination and participation in anticoagulant management services in the Point of Care INR clinic as developed.
Teaching and professional responsibilities that support the clinical role of the pharmacist, team and patient.
Quality assurance and research responsibilities as per the needs of the team.
Maintain accurate, concise and confidential EMR documentation pertaining to patient history and encounter data
Complete necessary FHT Program business documentation
Communicate ideas and concerns to the team and participate in problem solving
Assist in the training and development of new staff
Participate in educational sessions held by other FHT multi-disciplinary team members
Baccalaureate Degree in Pharmacy
Licensed in Ontario to practice pharmacy
Completion of hospital pharmacy residency, Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) or equivalent experience is a definite asset
Strong interpersonal, problem solving, organizational and communication skills
Experience in providing exceptional patient centred care and evidenced-based unbiased drug information
Experience in working within a interprofessional health care team
Experience or interest in anticoagulation management and small group patient education is a definite asset
Knowledge of and working experience with computer systems and applications
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively as a member of the FHT’s multi-disciplinary team
Teaching Experience in a primary health setting.
Knowledge of the Complexities of the academic environment.