With hospitals and medical facilities throughout West Virginia and the Top of Virginia region, Valley Health is a community partner. Based in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health is composed of six core hospitals:
- Hampshire Memorial Hospital
- Page Memorial Hospital
- Shenandoah Memorial Hospital
- War Memorial Hospital
- Warren Memorial Hospital
- Winchester Medical Center
Valley Health is seeking candidates for the Director of Pharmacy role at their flagship 450 bed hospital located in downtown Winchester. A not-for-profit hospital, Winchester Medical Center has been serving the area since 1903. As a regional referral center, Winchester Medical Center is a resource for more than 400,000 residents in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and western Maryland. Their experienced team of physicians provides comprehensive, high quality care and access to specialists right there in Winchester. The System offers a broad spectrum of services – from diagnostic and medical procedures to advanced surgical options and rehabilitative care. Winchester Medical Center is designated as follows:
- Level II Trauma Center
- Chest Pain Center
- Advanced Primary Stroke Center
- Level 4 Epilepsy Center
- Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Magnet Designated Hospital
Winchester Medical Center has been ranked among the top five hospitals in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report.
As Director of Pharmacy, you will report to the Corporate Director of Pharmacy Services. This individual provides the operational leadership for the department including overseeing processes for procurement, preparation and distribution of medications for positive patient outcomes. Oversee the daily operations of the pharmacy department. Ensures maintenance of an adequate medication supply. Ensures the integrity of the medication supply.
Establishes specification for the procurement of medication, chemicals and biologicals as evidenced by lack of stock out and event reports. Responsible for policy development and procedures pertaining to procurement, preparation and distribution of all pharmaceuticals as evidenced by documentation. Ensures that Pharmacy operations are sufficiently structured and staffed to support the medication needs of nursing and other health professionals related to drug therapy. Responsible for annual evaluations, orientation, training, counseling, interviewing, hiring and discipline of employees. Assessment and Care Delivery/Service: Assesses data and provides age specific care to patients and other duties as assigned
The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of administrative pharmacy management experience preferably in a system environment. Advanced degree is preferred but not required. B.S. in Pharmacy or Pharm.D. is required.