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Highlands Oncology Group
Attn: Human Resources
3232 N. North Hills Blvd.
Fayetteville, AR 72703

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Highlands Oncology is an Equal Opportunity Employer





The Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) functions as an expert in patient assessment, clinical exam and appropriate interventions. The APRN has extensive contact with patients and families, which requires collaboration with Gyn Surgical Oncologist and other healthcare providers. The APRN is dedicated to the provision of competent, compassionate and ethical patient care.




Clinical Practice:

  • Provide comprehensive care to gynecologic oncology patients in the outpatient/clinic setting, primarily surveillance clinic, which includes assessment, planning, and prompt management of signs and symptoms of recurrence of gyn cancers.
  • Must be skilled in the performance of pelvic exams, pap, and basic biopsy
  • Ability to make independent clinical judgments while collaborating with Gyn Surgical Oncologist, as indicated.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of and follows disease-specific protocols from the Society of Gynecologic Oncology/SGO.
  • Able to instruct patients and families regarding surveillance/follow-up plan.
  • Demonstrates skill in taking medical history to assess medical condition and interpret findings.
  • Orders and reviews appropriate laboratory and diagnostic procedures.
  • Demonstrates skill in utilizing the electronic patient record.
  • Demonstrates skill in developing effective working relationships with patients, families, healthcare providers and the public.
  • Acts as a source of continuity in the delivery of care.
  • Understands the legal consequences of actions.
  • Prescribes medication as per state licensure guidelines.
  • Shall act within the lawful limits of APRN licensure and the Arkansas State Board of Nursing.
  • Must be able to act with skill under stressful and/or in emergency situations.
  • Shall comply with applicable laws and regulations governing the privacy and confidentiality of protected healthcare information.
  • These duties will continue to evolve and may change as deemed necessary, as the role of the APRN is further developed


  • Participates in continuing education in order to maintain licensure and certification(s).
  • Develops and evaluates relevant patient education tools as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates ongoing professional growth through and participation in relevant educations endeavors and appropriate associations.

Clinic Contributions:

  • Assists in the smooth functioning of the clinic in a cost-effective manner.
  • Presents a professional, neat appearance.
  • Attends required meetings and participates in projects as requested.



The APRN has completed one or more years of experience with preference for gynecology and/or oncology, has appropriate licensure, and has a Collaborative Practice Agreement on file with the Arkansas State Board of Nursing.




2 days per week in Rogers clinic, with future plans to expand to Fayetteville clinic.




The APRN position is physically demanding and may involve long periods of standing, walking, lifting / handling of patients, as well as equipment and supplies.




Job Summary

**Position will float between Fayetteville and Rogers facilities.**


This position has overall responsibility for procuring, storing, accounting for, and distributing oral prescription drugs for the Highlands Oncology Pharmacy. This position supervises the pharmacy tech(s) utilized in the retail side of the pharmacy operation, and in addition, oversees the safe preparation of infusion drugs. The pharmacist reports to the Oncology Services Manager, and also works closely with the Lead Pharmacist and other Highlands pharmacists.

Key Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Apply, in coordination with the other pharmacists, departmental policies and procedures for the safe procurement, storage, distribution and use of oral drugs and biologicals, as well as their disposal.
  • Apply, in coordination with the other pharmacists, departmental policies and procedures for the safe handling and preparation of infused drugs.
  • Contribute to the development of departmental policies and procedures, and actively participate in the pharmacy certification process.
  • Assist other Highlands personnel with training relating to safe and effective methods of maintaining, administering and disposing of drugs.
  • Review and interpret physician oral pharmaceutical prescription orders, and research therapeutic incompatibilities.
    Actively work to form and maintain a cohesive team with other Highlands pharmacists.
  • As needed, instruct patients about the drugs they are prescribed, regardless of whether the prescription is filled here.
  • Compound, package, label and dispense oral pharmaceuticals.
  • Understand and enroll, or oversee the enrollment of, customers in patient assistance programs.
  • Participate with the other pharmacists in the training, organization, and direction of retail pharmacy technician(s).
  • Work with payers on pre-authorizations, and follow up on insurance payments, as needed.
  • Be a liaison between pharmacy and other departments.
  • Provide pharmacological information by answering questions and requests of health care professionals and counseling patients on drug therapies (including such information as correct dosage, possible side effects, and drug interactions).
  • Follow up with patients as needed to encourage ongoing, correct use of drug.
  • Oversee state and federal compliance and regulatory requirements for pharmacies.
  • As needed, work with patients to complete patient assistance requests for oral medications.
  • Maintain state licensure, and comply with all continuing education requirements.
  • Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Maintain inventory control of pharmacy drugs, and oversee inventory control of the infusion/injection drugs housed in the pharmacy area. This includes keeping the perpetual inventory in both systems accurate and up to date.
  • As a manager of the pharmacy department within the clinic location, analyze operations and possible areas of related business development.
  • Provide monthly operational and financial reports to the administrative team, as well as other information upon request.
  • As a primary user of pharmacy software, pharmacist will maintain software, train retail pharmacist techs on its use, in coordination with the other pharmacists, research and present proposals for new software or hardware needs to the administrative team.
  • Additional tasks as may be requested by supervisor, administration or physicians.


  • A Pharm D that is a licensed pharmacist in good standing with state of Arkansas.

  • Must be a good communicator, and able to interact well with a wide variety of people

  • Able to multi-task and work efficiently in a fast-paced position.



  • Chart prep, which includes:
  • Fee tickets
  • Lab results, scan reports, or other diagnostics
  • Medication lists
  • Notes
  • New patient information from the portal
  • Obtain and document height, weight, vital signs, and pulse ox if applicable
  • Enter patient’s allergies, medications, medical, social, surgical and family histories, cancer screenings, as well as, referring and patient’s other physicians
  • Attach ICD-10 codes to diagnoses
  • Review patient’s medication list and keep it up-to-date.
  • Comply with Meaningful Use requirements
  • Prepare patients for examination and/or procedures
  • Assist with completion of visit note and send to other providers
  • Assist with completion of professional billing
  • Assist with CPOE – computerized physician order entry
  • Assist with scheduling blood orders and hospital admissions
  • Keep exam and procedure rooms stocked with necessary supplies, linens, and instruments
  • When necessary helps chemotherapy nurses in the Treatment Room.
  • Re-stock and inventory Procedure Rooms weekly
  • Attend required meetings and participate in a constructive manner as part of a cooperative organization.
  • Participate in professional development activities and maintain professional affiliation.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality according to HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, patients, medical staff, and the public.
  • Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Ability to communicate clearly.
  • Perform related work as required.


  • Graduate from an accredited Medical Assistant Program
  • Must be a credentialed Medical Assistant - Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) or Registered Medical Assistant (RMA)
  • BLS certification
  • Proficient in use of EMR (electronic medical record)
  • Must be able to work at both Rogers and Fayetteville locations

Job Type: Full-time


  • Medical Assistant: 1 year

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