Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics/OB-GYN
Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacy
AU Health is seeking applicants for multiple positions within the Emergency Department (adults and pediatrics) and one pharmacist position within Internal Medicine.
There are 4 adult emergency medicine positions available and 1 pediatric emergency medicine position.
There is 1 adult internal medicine position available.
Responsibilities of the pharmacists include precepting students and residents and teaching providers and nurses. Pharmacists are also vital members of the interdisciplinary team, complete protocols and guidelines, and follow evidence based practices.
Bachelors in Pharmacy or Pharm.D. degree.
30 CE's every two years.
Thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical care and medication dispensing procedures.
Augusta University Medical Center (AUMC) is a world-class health care network, offering the most comprehensive primary, specialty, and subspecialty care in the region. AUMC provides skilled, compassionate care to its patients, conducts leading-edge clinical research, and fosters the medical education and training of future health care practitioners.
AUMC is a not-for-profit corporation that manages the clinical operations of Augusta University, including the 478-bed Medical Center, the Medical Office Building with more than 80 outpatient practice sites in on convenient setting, the Critical Care Center houses a 13-country regional trauma center and the 154-bed Children’s Medical Center. The health system also includes a variety of centers and units such as the Sports Medicine Center and Cancer Center.
Being an academic health center, AUMC differs from community hospitals. We have three primary missions including patient care, education, and research. As an academic health center, we provide a full range of clinical services and maintain the infrastructure to foster education and research.
Our physicians have the most up-to-date knowledge and training. Many of our health... care professionals train the next generation of caregivers, while others conduct pioneering research that improves medical diagnosis, treatments and technology, bringing the medicine of tomorrow to patient care today.