Pharmacy at Dignity Health
Pharmacists at Dignity Health are viewed as valued members of the health care team. The role of the Pharmacist here involves extensive collaboration and consultation with both patients and caregivers. As a member of our team of humankindness specialists, you’ll have the opportunity to impact the lives of patients every day.
Working in a clinical environment, you’re on the frontline of learning and best care practices. Plus, we provide a variety of ways for you to grow and learn. We offer tuition reimbursement and time off for workshops.
Pursue your path with kindness in your heart. Explore our Pharmacy opportunities.
As a Pharmacist at Dignity Health, you pay attention to the details. It starts with verifying medication and dispensing the right dosages. There are many things on your list today: TPN and antibiotic monitoring, vaccine evaluations, Epogen and target drug monitoring, plus long-term care patient medication evaluations. You enjoy the clinical interaction and the direct impact you have on the patient’s outcome. That’s because making a difference matters to you. As part of the Dignity Health network, you work together to assess standards, policies and processes. The team is close-knit, dedicated, caring, and extremely knowledgeable. Furthermore, we give you the flexibility to further your education and pursue your career goals.
At last, you’re getting a hands-on feel for what it will be like to work as a Pharmacist. Every day, you do a little of everything – technical, clerical and so on. You help prepare, distribute, deliver and monitor medication. And you’ve discovered you enjoy interacting with patients more than you’d expected. Just yesterday, you and your supervising Pharmacist were able to help an elderly patient devise a creative system for managing her multiple medications. Best of all, you’re learning so much shadowing the clinical shift Pharmacist. You can envision a great, long-term career here at Dignity Health.
You began your career in Pharmacy about two years ago, and it’s been a great training ground for you. You do it all – from compounding of IV's and TPNs to delivering medications and preparing crash carts and anesthesia trays. You’re starting to perform some clinical functions, too. Today you’ll follow the clinical shift Pharmacist to perform monitoring and evaluation duties. It's like a family within the Pharmacy department, where every staff member has great communication skills, and they all work so well together. It’s fast paced and challenging work, but with the great support system around you, you get the extra push you need toward becoming a Pharmacist.