May 16, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Job Summary The primary responsibility of the MAP Clinical Pharmacist is to serve as a liaison between the transplant patient and the MAP staff, and assist the MAP staff with quality control. Additionally, the MAP Clinical Pharmacist is responsible for providing clinical pharmacy services to kidney or kidney/pancreas transplant patients in the Augusta University transplant clinic. The MAP Clinical Pharmacist shall also be a medication resource for patients and the medical staff at Augusta University Transplant Program. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from a recognized school of pharmacy, possession of a license to practice pharmacy in the State of Georgia and some experience related to this class of work. Candidates for this position must be registered as a Pharmacist by the Georgia Board of Pharmacy at the time of appointment.