Children’s Hospital New Orleans is expanding pharmacy services to the ambulatory space with the creation of outpatient and specialty pharmacy services. To aid in the growth, we are recruiting a Director of Inpatient Pharmacy Services and a Director of Ambulatory Pharmacy Services. The Directors will collaborate with the Senior Director of Pharmacy to define and implement department strategic initiatives.
Job responsibilities include the following:
Determine pharmacy staffing to meet patient care needs and continue advancing pharmacy practice
Design, implement, and manage a safe and effective medication management system
Oversee all pharmaceutical contracting, procurement, receiving, security, inventory control, diversion prevention, and distribution
Ensure compliance with all national, state, and local regulations related to medications
Develop annual budget, monitor financial performance, and perform financial audits
Identify opportunities to leverage pharmacy expertise to improve quality, safety, the patient’s experience
Minimum: PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency or five (5) years relevant work experience
Preferred: Three years of health-system leadership and management experience in a manager, assistant director or director level
About Children's Hospital New Orleans
Children’s Hospital New Orleans is a 229-bed, not-for-profit pediatric medical center offering a complete range of healthcare services for children from birth to 21 years. With over 40 pediatric specialties and more than 400 physicians, Children's Hospital is the only full-service hospital exclusively for children in Louisiana and the Gulf South.
Children’s Hospital New Orleans is making a significant investment in the future of pediatric healthcare with a $300 million transformation project currently underway, expanding the hospital’s footprint by 235,000 square feet. The project includes a new medical tower with expanded cancer, emergency, cardiac intensive care, and surgical centers, along with a free-standing behavioral health hospital.