Clinical Pharmacist

Children's Health

Dallas, TX

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Dallas, TX | Pharmacy

Your Responsibilities Will Include

As a Clinical Pharmacist at Children’s Health, you’ll contribute to making life better for children by collaborating with the rest of the healthcare team to develop and optimize outpatient medication therapy.

Assessing the effectiveness, safety, and affordability of patient medication orders.

Consult with patients and their guardians regarding medication administration, side effects, and other issues.

Monitoring patient profiles for drug interactions, food-drug interactions, and duplication of therapy.


Preferred: At least one year of experience outpatient/retail experience at a hospital.


Required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

Required: Complete 20-hour ACPE-accredited IV certification within 90 days of hire date

Preferred: Doctorate of pharmacy and completion of a pediatric clinical pharmacy residency, or equivalent experience

Licenses and certifications

Required: Current Texas pharmacist license

Required: Complete the American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support course within 90 days of hire

Preferred: Board of Pharmacy Specialties certification

About Us

Children’s Health values the role each member of our team plays in making life better for children. We employ more than 7,500 people and provide rewarding career opportunities that help you reach your highest potential.

We are widely recognized for delivering high quality care , we serve as the primary pediatric teaching facility for  the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center , and we have been named one of the 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Healthcare for nine consecutive years.

We invite you to learn more about Children’s Health.


Children’s Health offers competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits program and opportunities for learning and career development. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, and our team members have a voice in their work through surveys and town halls.