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Featured Parkview Careers

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Educator - Nursing
Groundskeeper
LPN - Occupational Health
PPG Practice Manager
Nursing Services Manager – Medical/Surgical

  • Genetics Counselor
  • Paramedic
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Outpatient Physical Therapist – PRMC
  • Outpatient Physical Therapist – Parkview Noble
  • Inpatient Physical Therapist – Allen County facilities
  • Parkview Physicians Group – Ohio Locations

     

    Certain healthcare careers are in greater demand than others, such as pharmacy, nursing and rehabilitation therapies. If you are currently working in or just entering one of these fields, you may be interested in the technologies and opportunities for specialization available at Parkview. 

    Contact us about joining our talented team.

    jobs@parkview.com

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    Pharmacy 

    Parkview’s Pharmacy Department  is noted for its early adoption of automated technologies, including:

    • Pyxis® MedStationsTM
    • Pyxis® CUBIE Replenishment System
    • Pyxis® Connect and PysixO®
    • CII SafeTM
    • Talyst’s Autopack®
    • Autopharm® inventory management software with vertical carousels
    • Baxa EM 2400TM TPN compounder

    Pharmacists have daily opportunities to provide anticoagulation monitoring, pharmacokinetic dosing, infection control and nutritional support services. Parkview Health’s pharmacy offers a progressive pharmaceutical care environment in a variety of practice settings, including inpatient pharmacy, specialty clinics and such satellite pharmacies as surgical clinics and such satellite pharmacies as surgical care and critical care. In addition to this, Parkview Health also has an ASHP-accredited residency program.

    Post-graduate Year 1 Pharmacy Residency Program

    Parkview offers four ASHP-accredited post-graduate year 1 (PGY1) residency positions for the 2014 ─ 2015 residency class. Pharmacy residents at Parkview will have opportunities to participate in various acute-care rotations, including:

    • Critical care (surgical/neuro and medical intensive care units)
    • Adult internal medicine (medical/surgical)
    • Focused adult internal medicine (neurology, oncology)
    • Pediatrics/pediatric intensive care unit/neonatal intensive care unit
    • Infectious diseases
    • Cardiology, including cardiac and cardiovascular intensive care units

    Resident activities include:

    • Pharmacokinetic dosing
    • Nutrition support
    • Targeted drug therapy monitoring
    • Cardiac arrest team participation
    • Anticoagulant dosing
    • Culture and susceptibility monitoring
    • Antibiotic dosing
    • Medication discharge consultations

    Various ambulatory rotations are available including participation in:

    • A pharmacist-managed Anticoagulation Therapy Unit
    • Children’s Specialty Clinic at Parkview Regional Medical Center
    • Family Practice Clinic 

    In addition, pharmacy residents will participate in other such rotations/opportunities as:

    • A clinical pharmacy administration rotation
    • Research rotation with the Parkview Research Center team
    • Developing new patient-focused services and clinical pathways
    • Teaching PharmD students who are completing programs at Purdue University; Butler University; Manchester University; University of Toledo; and Ohio Northern University.
    • Participation in professional development programs for Parkview co-workers
    • Presentation of the resident’s major project at the Great Lakes Regional Resident Conference and present the minor project as a poster at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.

    Application Information

    Candidates to the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program are required to have a PharmD degree from an ACPE-accredited pharmacy school and be eligible for Indiana pharmacist licensure. If you are interested in interviewing, please complete the application through PhORCAS which includes your letter of intent, a copy of your curriculum vitae, a certified copy of your college transcript(s) and three letters of recommendation by January 15, 2014.

    Additional Program Information

    Starting date: June 30, 2014   
    Duration: 12 months
    Application deadline: January 15, 2014
    Licensing deadline: August 31, 2014
    Interview required: Yes
    Moonlighting available: Yes

    Contact Information

    Sarah Pfaehler, PharmD, BCPS
    Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator
    11109 Parkview Plaza Drive
    Fort Wayne, IN 46845
    Phone (260) 266-4411
    Fax (260) 266-4463
    E-mail: sarah.pfaehler@parkview.com

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    Nursing

    Guided by our mission to improve the health of our communities, Parkview Health nurse leaders and co-workers have charted a course for nursing excellence and professional growth. Parkview nurses provide excellent care to every patient, every day.

    Nurses working in complex healthcare environments are challenged to maintain clinical expertise and skills that lead to clinical excellence in the midst of changes in technology, government regulations and economic conditions. Parkview supports nursing professionals with the best clinical tools and current medical information. 

    To help enhance clinical excellence, Parkview nurses can draw on these resources:

    • At Parkview, the Nursing Professional Practice Model provides the structure and process for staff nurses and nursing leaders to share in decision-making, interdisciplinary communication and collaboration on the delivery of nursing practice. This model also promotes a high degree of adaptability, teamwork and professionalism. 

    • Mosby’s Nursing Consult, an online resource that is accessed at the bedside, provides evidence-based nursing monographs, patient education handouts, the latest drug information, full-text journal articles, expert discussions from nursing and medical reference books and clinical updates.

    • The Parkview Nurse is an annual publication documenting experiences of the registered professional nurses at Parkview. Sharing this information is intended to both inspire and inform nurses in their efforts regarding service enhancement and professional development.

    • Parkview supports healthcare education in a variety of ways and has partnerships with the nursing departments at these universities: IPFW, The University of Saint Francis and Indiana Wesleyan University.

     Parkview nurses specialize in these areas of care:

    • Emergency Department

    • Pediatrics

    • Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit (STICU)

    • Continuing Medical Intensive Care Unit (CMICU)

    • Medical

    • Surgical

    • Centralized Registry

    • The Hospitalist program

    • Flight Services

    • Ortho Neuro Trauma

    • Telemetry

    • IV Team

    • Primary care

    • Surgical Admission Unit (SAU)

    • Rehabilitation

    • Continuing Care Center

    Choose Parkview. This is why you chose healthcare.

     

    Rehabilitation Services

    Parkview Health has a 31-bed inpatient unit for brain injury, stroke and comprehensive medical rehabilitation accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The nationally recognized Parkview Stanley Wissman Stroke Center, a certified primary stroke center, provides stroke care in conjunction with the inpatient center, and outpatient rehabilitation clinics dedicated to neurological and orthopedic conditions. Other specialty clinics and programs that are dedicated to patient rehabilitation are pediatric rehabilitation, driver rehabilitation, post-BOTOX® services, VitalStim® Therapy and lymphedema. Parkview provides rehabilitation professionals, such as physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech pathologists, a progressive patient care environment in a variety of settings, including inpatient centers, outpatient and specialty clinics with opportunities for ongoing professional development.

    Choose Parkview. This is why you chose healthcare.

     

    Non-clinical Professions

    Parkview has a number of non-clinical professional positions in fields such as Accounting and Finance, Health Plan Services, Information Services, Marketing, Materials Management, Patient Accounting and more. At Parkview, we believe our success is based on finding and retaining professional, caring individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

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