Division of Pharmacy The UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Division of Pharmacy employs more than 550 employees and strives to be the pharmacy leader in providing premier patient-centered care, based on excellence and innovation in patient care, services, research and education. Professional components and administrative support services include: Patient Care Operations Services Patient Care Clinical Services Research Medication Management and Analytics Financial Services Patient Care Operations Services include the Inpatient, Ambulatory Treatment Center, Clinic, Emergency Center, and Regional Care Center Pharmacies located at multiple locations throughout the institution and the Houston area. Patient Care Clinical Services includes clinical pharmacy patient care activities, provision of academic educational programs, and ACPE-accredited pharmacy continuing professional education. Core oncology services with clinical pharmacy support include Leukemia, Lymphoma, Stem Cell Transplant, Medical Breast Oncology, Gastrointestinal Oncology, Thoracic, Head and Neck Service, Genitourinary Oncology, and Gynecologic Oncology. In addition, clinical pharmacists provide services in the following areas Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Palliative Care, and Pediatrics. Post-graduate education encompasses the provision of two ASHP accredited PGY2 residency programs in Oncology and Critical Care, and a PGY1 pharmacy residency program. Pharmacy Research consists of the Investigational Pharmacy Services (IPS), a pharmaceutical analysis laboratory, pharmacokinetic service, and the Pharmacy Fellowship in Oncology Research. Investigational Pharmacy Services (IPS) is responsible for the administrative management of all investigational drugs used at MD Anderson. Medication Management and Analytics plans, directs, and implements programs that further the institution’s commitment to achieve safe, effective, and fiscally responsible medication use through formulary management. This department is also responsible for the intelligent and cost-effective use of technology, analytics, drug information, and medication use policy. Financial Services is comprised of multi-sectional operational and functional components involving finance, procurement and human resources for the Division.