Humana Military Healthcare Services is looking for a full-time clinical pharmacist to work at Ft. Campbell military base in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Fort Campbell is proud to be the home of the only Air Assault Division in the world, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). We are also the home of two prestigious Special Operations Command units, the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). Additionally, we are the home to the 86th Combat Support Hospital, the 716th MP Battalion, and sizable Medical and Dental activities. We provide training and mobilization support for numerous Army National Guard and Army Reserve units. Fort Campbell is an Army installation that supports active and reserve component units, Army civilians, Army Families, retirees and veterans.
As home to the Army’s most-deployed contingency forces, Ft. Campbell is continuously refining their efforts to support expeditionary forces by providing effective, efficient and sustainable services that enhance the well-being of the Fort Campbell community.
Fort Campbell has always been at the forefront of change and continues to be a leader in developing innovative and proactive methodologies to meet our many challenges and the needs of our customers. As we implement change, we are careful not to lose sight of the heritage, traditions, and culture that are so important to Fort Campbell, the Army, and the surrounding communities. Soldiers assigned to Fort Campbell can expect to have one of the highest quality of life standards in the Army. New housing, quality medical care, thriving communities, recreation and schools combine to ensure that Fort Campbell is a World Class Community.
The contract clinical pharmacist shall perform the following tasks at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell as required and in strict compliance with standing orders and protocols set forth by the MTF to include, but will not necessarily be limited to the following:
Provide medication management services for patients enrolled in the MTM Demonstration Project, including drug therapy management, patient education, therapeutic drug monitoring, MTM education, for MTF in-services and solicited drug therapy consults.
Provide quality patient care by using a pharmacy practice methodology.
A Comprehensive Medication Review (CMR) shall be offered to each enrolled patient on an annual basis. Targeted Medication Reviews (TMR) shall be offered more frequently (e.g. quarterly) or as need arises to provide follow-up on recommended changes to the patients’ medication plan.
Provide a copy of the Medication Action Plan and Current medication list to each patient at the end of each appointment. A copy should also be provided to the patients’ healthcare provider (e.g. primary care manager).
Perform dispensing functions for patients in the MTM pilot in accordance with established policy.
Shall work with clinical pharmacy technician to enroll patients into the MTM Demonstration Project and schedule appointments for annual and targeted medications reviews, as appropriate.
Shall have direct patient care skills and be able to see patients in a clinical setting
Clinical Pharmacists must have earned a Doctorate Degree of Pharmacy from an accredited School of Pharmacy within the Continental United States. Residency training PGY-1 and/or board certification required.
The Contract employee is required to have a minimum of six-year Doctor of Pharmacy recognized by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education and 1 year post graduate experience as a clinical pharmacist.
Have and maintain a valid, unrestricted pharmacy license in one of the 50 states in the U.S. or the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands
Must be U.S. Citizen, per U.S. Government Statement of Work.
Must possess and maintain an American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification throughout the contract period of performance.