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Our family of over 30 of community pharmacist, technicians, and staff members are always looking to grow more to better the community. Check out our current career opportunities!

We even offer a PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency program through St. Louis College of Pharmacy!

Description:
To build upon the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to develop community-based pharmacist practitioners with diverse patient care, leadership, and education skills who are eligible to pursue advanced training opportunities including postgraduate year two (PGY2) residencies and professional certifications.

Additionally, the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program prepares community practitioners to provide, advance, and assess patient care services in community practice and to teach in both didactic and experiential environments.

Resident Activities:
The resident will be involved with numerous clinical and practice management projects including the following:

  • Participates in the creation and expansion of clinical services
    • Medication Therapy Management
      • Mirixa & OutcomesMTM
      • Missouri HealthNet’s Direct Care Pro
    • Transition of Care Program
      • Medication reconciliation and discharge counseling for patients released from a local hospital.
    • Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN Missouri)
    • Missouri Pharmacists Care Network (MO-PCN)
    • Managing the proactive MedHereTM adherence monitoring program
    • Walk in and referral diabetes counseling and education
    • Many opportunities for grant-funded services
  • Participate in and development of health and wellness programs
    • Teach the monthly diabetes support group
    • Refer patients to local health department
    • Other community outreach programs as opportunities arise
  • Practice management
    • Residents interested in pharmacy ownership will be mentored in marketing, contracting, and developing relationships with providers
    • Medicare star rating quality improvement for pay for performance networks
  • Staffing community pharmacy duties
  • Co-precepting of pharmacy students
  • Prescription drug abuse and diversion education opportunities with pharmacist and retired deputy Richard Logan, Jr.
Academic Activities:
The resident will participate in the following academic opportunities in coordination with St. Louis College of Pharmacy including:

  • Designing a business plan to be implemented in the pharmacy
  • Obtaining a Teaching Certificate
    • Developing and teaching a lectures to students
  • Presenting formal cases, journal clubs, DI papers, ect.
  • Design and conduct a practice-based research project
    • Obtain IRB approval
    • Present research poster at APhA annual meeting
    • Present research project at StLCoP’s Resident Research Conference
  • Develop and present a Continuing Education (CE) Seminar to pharmacists and students at the College
Unique Residency Program Benefits:

  • Competitive Stipend
  • Travel allowance for pharmacy conferences
  • Medical health insurance
  • Housing is provided for the resident in a two-bedroom house, less than 6 blocks from the pharmacy
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Want to learn about our program, contact our resident today!


Our Mission:
Since being found in 1976, the organization has always been clinically focus and family oriented. All of our community pharmacist, residents, staff, and technicians work 1-on-1 with our patients getting to know their names, families, and needs.

Our caring pharmacists utilize a variety of progressive reporting solutions to measure our success, recognize areas of need, and target patients for clinical interventions. Using these solutions has allowed for data-driven; proactive patient care that our patients have come to expect from our pharmacists.

We utilize reporting solutions from MedHere Today® and EQuIPP® to measure our success, recognize areas of need, and target patients for clinical interventions. Using these solutions has allowed for data-driven; proactive patient care that our patients expect.

If you are interested in being a part of our data-driven, clinically focused, and family oriented team or have questions, contact Tripp Logan at tlogan@semorx.com.

 

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Our Mission:
Since being found in 1976, the organization has always been clinically focus and family oriented. All of our community pharmacist, residents, staff, and technicians work 1-on-1 with our patients getting to know their names, families, and needs.

Our community pharmacists work with alongside our highly trained pharmacy technicians and staff to offer many patient-centered clinical services, to enhance patient care, and foster lasting relationships with our patients and the community.

If you are interested in being a part of our data-driven, clinically focused, and family oriented team. Download the application and email the completed application to Tripp Logan at tlogan@semorx.com.

 

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For any questions about our career opportunities, please email Tripp Logan at tlogan@semorx.com.

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