The Senior Director of Pharmacy is responsible for pharmacy services provided at Children’s Mercy across two inpatient facilities, five retail pharmacies, multiple ambulatory clinic sites, and a specialty pharmacy location. The Senior Director leads collaborative efforts with inter-professional teams to achieve organizational and departmental strategic priorities and to improve patient care safety and quality. The Senior Director oversees all aspects of pharmacy performance and empowers others to improve operational and clinical processes related to medication management.
Prioritizes and implements medication safety and performance improvement initiatives.
Directs the human, financial, and pharmaceutical resources to assure patient care safety and quality and achieve targeted outcomes, within the context of the organization’s strategic and financial goals.
Acts as a role model and steward of the shared vision, mission, values, and service excellence standards of the organization, providing leadership and professional accountability.
Collaborates with organizational leaders and staff to determine and achieve the strategic priorities and tactics supporting the organization’s mission and vision.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree and 7 or more years of leadership in a health-system pharmacy practice setting
Licensed Pharmacist - MO
Licensed Pharmacist - KS
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1222
About Children's Mercy
Children's Mercy is growing and looking for leaders to take it to the next level. With 367 beds, CM is the only independent, non-profit, children's healthcare organization between Denver and St. Louis. At the heart of the mission, it is dedicated to holistic care, translational research, breakthrough innovations and educating the next generation of caregivers. Children’s Mercy has been recognized as a Magnet hospital since 2003 and, for the sixth year in a row, has been ranked in 10 of 10 specialties by U.S. News & World Report. CM is one of 14 pediatric hospitals to rank in all 10 specialties this year.