Department Name: H5000: CHANDLER - RETAIL PHARMACY
The Associate Director of Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Services, is responsible for setting and executing the vision for clinical pharmacy services in the ambulatory setting. This position will establish standards for ambulatory pharmacist clinic visits, schedules, documentation, billing, and credentialing and privileging. They will work with pharmacy and physician leadership to implement and expand clinical ambulatory pharmacy services across UK Healthcare. Successful candidates will be able to navigate a complex matrix organization and have strong communication and project management skills.
Clinical Therapeutics knowledge, Attention to detail; Ability to Prioritize and effective communication skills.
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