Lead Pharmacist

HCA Healthcare UK
South East London, England
Closing date
17 Oct 2023

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Pharmacy sector
Job Type
Lead Clinical Pharmacist Location: University College Hospital Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week Salary: Competitive + £5,000 Golden Hello + Benefits + Excellent Training and Development HCA UK at UCH is a joint partnership between HCA Healthcare UK and University College London Hospital. Our multidisciplinary team of leading consultants and clinical nurse specialists treat, guide and support our patients from diagnostic tests, through to treatment and follow up care. We work with expert consultant haematologists and oncologists to treat cancer and blood disorders, solid cancer tumours and blood disorders. Our team of leading neurologists and haematologists provide the complete Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT)

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Together we provide an outstanding level of personalised medicine, from diagnostic assessment through to treatment and supportive care. All of our services are delivered in specialist environments by a world-class team, with uncompromising patient safety standards. We are looking for Pharmacists who have a passion for working within Oncology, Transplant and Haematology. In return you will get the opportunity to work with some cutting edge medications and experienced consultants providing amazing support to our patients.

If you are seeking a role that will enhance your career opportunities with excellent professional and clinical development then HCA Training Academy is the right place for you. HCA offers a commitment to maintain the knowledge and competencies of AHP’s and pharmacists by continually investing in training and development by offering a range of mentoring and continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities internally and externally.

There will be opportunities to complete fully funded certified courses and qualifications to advance your career in clinical roles as well as leadership and management. Our large network of facilities provide enhanced opportunities for promotion and advancement

across UK sites. What do our teams have to say about us? “Our Pharmacy and Allied Healthcare Professionals are an integral part of our organisation and play a vital role in delivering high quality and exceptional care to our patients. We value our colleagues, proactively supporting them to deliver their potential through structured career and educational frameworks and, inspiring them to be innovative in clinical practice.” Roopa Director of Pharmacy & Medication Safety and AHPs The Role: Essential Registered with GPhC Specialist pharmacy knowledge and experience in specialties including Oncology and Haematology. A least 5 years hospital clinical pharmacy practice experience, including some of above specialties: Post graduate diploma/masters in clinical pharmacy or equivalent: Desirable: Previous management experience Philips ICIP knowledge: desirable Successfully completed an approved course for non-medical prescribers: Registered with the appropriate healthcare regulator as a non-medical prescriber:

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