Clinical Pharmacist

Clinical pharmacists work in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings. They spend little time dispensing prescriptions. Instead, they are involved in direct patient care. Clinical pharmacists may go on rounds in a hospital with a physician or healthcare team. They recommend medications to give to patients and oversee the dosage and timing of the delivery of those medications. They also may conduct some medical tests and offer advice to patients. For example, pharmacists working in a diabetes clinic may counsel patients on how and when to take medications, suggest healthy food choices, and monitor patients’ blood sugar.

Clinical Pharmacist Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Clinical Pharmacist to join our team.


  • Adhering to all clinical and information governance policies;
  • Ensuring maintenance of clear audit trails as per company policies and procedures;
  • Delivering optimum clinical value to both patient and practice;
  • Maintaining strong communication skills, effectively transferring key information, to display the ability to influence and negotiate;
  • Setting and maintaining the highest levels of professional conduct whist representing the company;
  • Setting and maintaining the highest levels of professional conduct whilst representing the company.


  • GPHC registration;
  • Previous experience in UK hospital pharmacy;
  • Degree level qualification;
  • Previous NHS ward experience;
  • Our client is looking for registered Pharmacists, ideally within a Practice, CCG or Hospital setting;
  • Preferably you will have proven commercial experience alongside an established range of contacts within Primary Care;
  • Able to work on a full-time basis;
  • Min 3+ Years NHS experience;
  • GpHC registered;
  • Willingness and flexibility to travel is essential as the role is field based;
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills with a proactive mindset;
  • Current Hospital experience;
  • Previous acute NHA ward experience.