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Provides pharmacy and clinical patient care services at the Patient Care Center Pharmacy
(PCCP). Supervises pharmacy staff involved in patient care services and the dispensing of medications in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations. The Pharmacist in Charge (PIC), will manage all aspects of the pharmacy’s operations: patient care, patient counseling, prescription fulfillment, purchase and maintenance of pharmacy inventory stock, staff recruitment, staff training, and staff development.

The PIC will work closely with health services managers and administration within the Patient Care Center to ensure integration of health care delivery and the delivery of pharmacist-provided patient care services, including MTM, travel health, immunization, and other services within the scope of pharmacy practice.

The PIC will contribute to the educational programs of the College of Pharmacy by teaching and precepting students, post-doctoral residents and/or fellows.

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About Western University of Health Sciences

For 40 years, Western University of Health Sciences has had a special mission: Educating tomorrow’s health-care professionals with a combination of scientific excellence and a humanistic, compassionate approach to patient care.WesternU is one of the largest graduate schools for the health professions in California. Alumni rank among the top leaders in health care and medicine throughout the country and the world.The University is home to more than 3,800 students in nine health sciences colleges and 20 degree programs, as well as more than 1,100 employees, and its main campus in Southern California is one of the most thriving enterprises in the Pomona and Inland valleys. WesternU Pomona, encompassing 22 acres, has helped transform downtown Pomona into a thriving mix of retail, commercial and educational enterprises.The University also operates an osteopathic medical campus in the Pacific Northwest, in Lebanon, Oregon. This campus, known as COMP-Northwest, welcomed its inaugural class of 107 osteopathic medical students in July 2011, and has grown to more than 400. All of the health care programs have professional accreditations, and the University is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.