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Senior Pharmacist (Permanent), St Vincent's University Hospital

  • 7 Jun 2019 3:04 PM
    Message # 7563512

    Applications are invited for the position of Senior Pharmacist in the Pharmacy Department of St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

    Interviews for this role will take place on the week commencing 1st July 2019.

    Role Summary: Provide effective, efficient and safe pharmaceutical care to all patients under their care in SVUH under the direction of the Clinical Pharmacy Services Manager. Identify and address individual patient care needs where appropriate. Advise and provide information to other healthcare professionals, including other pharmacists, to assist them in their care of the patient.

    Informal enquiries or role- specific enquiries to: Gemma Treacy, Clinical Pharmacy Services Manager Tel: 01 221 3510 Email: g.treacy@svuh.ie

    A panel may be formed to fill permanent & temporary Senior Pharmacist vacancies which may arise over the next 6 months.

    Job description and application process via St Vincent's University Hospital website https://www.stvincents.ie/careers/

About the association

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland (HPAI) is a voluntary organisation that represents it members on issues relevant to hospital pharmacists.

Mission Statement

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland exists to:

  • further the development of hospital pharmacy practices.
  • assist in the provision of continuing pharmaceutical education.
  • represent the views of the hospital pharmacist on issues of relevance to hospital pharmacy.
  • advance the professional welfare of our members



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