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Frisco, TX, USA
Posted on Wednesday, June 26, 2024

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HCPS2 - Frisco, TX


Healix has an opening for a full-time Clinical Staff Pharmacist in Frisco, TX.


The Healix Infusion Therapy Pharmacy is an accredited, licensed facility that meets or exceeds United States Pharmacopeia (USP) industry standards, with a focus on chapters USP <797> and USP <800>. The pharmacy provides sterile compounded medications for Healix-managed infusion centers nationwide and is committed to quality, patient safety, and precision.

Our clinical pharmacy team provides a variety of specialty services to support our clients and their patients and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This team prepares infusions and monitors drug utilization and interactions. The pharmacy can also provide infusion patients with take-home medications when applicable, which reduces the frequency of in-office visits, allows for a more manageable infusion center workload, and increases patient convenience and satisfaction.

The Healix Pharmacy additionally provides 503A traditional patient-specific pharmacy compounding for hospitals across the country. We offer a variety of therapies and drug delivery options along with clinical pharmacy services.


  • Promptly and accurately receives, interprets, evaluates, prepares, and dispenses prescription drug orders.
  • Upon request, provides to the patient or patient’s agent accurate and meaningful verbal and written drug and/or device information.
  • Monitors therapy for each patient, perform pharmacokinetic monitoring and maintains appropriate drug use for each patient and client.
  • Maintains appropriate oversight of the intravenous compounding and checks all pharmacist-required compounds prior to mixing.
  • Ensures that the clean room is maintained according to policy and law and regulation.
  • Maintains clean and neat pharmacy.
  • Ensures that patient charts are maintained, current, and complete according to state rules and regulations, Accreditation standards, and Healix policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates total patient care needs with the physician and nurse.

Schedule: Day shift 8:30am-6pm or 9:30am-6pm + on call rotation


Healix is the nation’s leader in providing physician office-based infusion services. Focused on patient and physician peace of mind for 30 years, we offer unparalleled capabilities for optimal patient care, comfort, compliance, and clinical outcomes in an outpatient setting.

At Healix, we manage Office Infusion Centers on behalf of physicians, hospitals, and medical institutions, encouraging in-office treatment for optimal patient care. Our company is headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, a suburb of Houston, where we have helped establish and manage hundreds of infusion centers nationwide. We use our clinical and business expertise to provide integrated solutions to improve all aspects of the infusion program, all while delivering peace of mind to our clients and their patients.

Studies show that the physician office infusion center setting provides significant site of care benefits for patients, communities, and payors, including superior clinical outcomes and lower cost of care. Overall patient satisfaction at Healix-managed infusion centers soars, with 98% of patients rating their care as “excellent.” Our physician clients rely on Healix to handle all facets of infusion center operations, including drug purchasing, revenue cycle management, managed care programs, and clinical staffing. As Healix continues to leverage unique industry expertise in management and service markets, we are dedicated to maintaining focus on patient and physician peace of mind.


  • Competitive salary
  • Daytime hours
  • Interdisciplinary team
  • Initial and on-going training
  • Cutting-edge therapies
  • Entrepreneurial atmosphere



  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.); two to three years of related home care or hospital experience preferred;
  • Employees must comply with all internal and external requirements for education or continuing education specific to job duties and/or licensure.
  • Strong clinical therapeutic skills and demonstration of knowledge of appropriate medication dosing
  • Proven ability to work independently in a collaborative environment, be self-directed and possess excellent organizational skills
  • Competent in the use of computers/technology


  • Applicable State Board of Pharmacy License
  • ACPE Sterile Products Certification
  • CPR Certification