Category: Administrative/ Clerical Schedule: Full-time
Facility: Holy Family Hospital Shift: Day shift
Department: HFH Pharmacy Hours: 40 hrs/wk, 8:00am-5:00pm
Req Number: 43692 Union: No
Job Details:



Implementing hospital and medical staff policies that relate to the pharmacy and coordinate with nursing and other department policies. 

Monitors and evaluates the performance of the Pharmacy in conjunction with Hospital administration and the Medical Staff. 

Ensure Pharmacy meets requirements of all government regulatory boards (Board of Pharmacy, Dept of Public Health, ATF, DEA) and maintains necessary licensure. 

Monitors and evaluates the performance of the Pharmacy in conjunction with Hospital administration and the Medical Staff. 

Ensures Pharmacy activities are conducted in accordance within accepted ethical and professional standards.

Represents Department at hospital-wide and system wide meetings.      

Establishes specifications for acquisition and storage of pharmaceuticals.               

Participates as a member of the Steward Pharmacy Directors Group to address purchasing agreements, contract Negotiations, Steward initiatives. 

Establish system for control, preparation an distribution of approved formulary medications, non-formulary agents, investigational drugs, etc.

Provide direction in the development and delivery of patient care programs through performance improvement projects (professional development programs, expansion of patient care services).

Establish qualitative and quantitative monitoring parameters for the Department to include patient care activities, salary and wage, supply and expense, and capital budgets. 

Secure outside funding (unrestricted grants, stipends for services to Schools of Pharmacy) to facilitate professional development and procurement of references to optimize patient care.  

Responsible for human resource management (hiring, orienting, evaluating, disciplining). 

Perform other related duties as assigned or requested by the COO.


Graduate of accredited School of Pharmacy. Licensed pharmacist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor of Science with equivalent experience required. Advanced degree required (MS, MBA). Hospital pharmacy administrative experience (minimum 3 years). Excellent organizational and communication skills required.

Physical Requirements:

Use hands for fine manipulation and gross grasping and manipulation. Keyboarding 8 hours/day. Ability to distinguish colors and read numbers. Occasional prolonged standing/walking, occasional lifting and carrying of supplies/equipment negligible to 10 pounds. Occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling and crouching. Dust or other irritants may be present.

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