The Clinical Pharmacist will focus on our three inpatient oncology units (leukemia, bone marrow transplant and solid tumor) to help support clinical pharmacy services. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, verification of chemotherapy and supportive care medications, counseling of oncology patients – oral chemotherapy, IV chemotherapy, anticoagulation, admission/discharge counseling, kinietic dosing – antibiotics and busulfan, rounding with oncology teams and education for physician and nursing.
At Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, more than 450 highly skilled doctors, researchers, nurses and technicians care for thousands of patients each year. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center unites clinicians and researchers in Taussig Cancer Institute and in Cleveland Clinic’s 26 other clinical and surgical institutes, as well as cancer specialists at our regional hospitals, health centers and at Cleveland Clinic Florida. Ranked No. 1 in Ohio and No. 7 in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report, our cancer center provides a range of services to patients including clinical trials and internationally-recognized cancer research efforts ensuring patients have access to the latest advances in cancer treatment, as well as a range of support programs helping patients navigate the challenges associated with a cancer diagnosis.
Marc Earl, PharmD, BCOP
Assistant Director of Pharmacy, Oncology Services
Minimum Qualifications: PharmD, PGY1 Residency, PGY2 Oncology Residency (preferred); eligibility for pharmacist licensure in the State of Ohio.
Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. We are ranked among the nation’s top hospitals by U.S.News & World Report. That’s why people from across the country and around the world come here for care. A teaching and research leader, we offer exceptional career opportunities, as well as access to cutting-edge technology and innovative medical ideas.