Career Areas

Allied Health Careers

So much talent. So much opportunity.

You're invited to bring your very best to our team and work at the heart of medicine. At Stanford Health Care, we see our allied health practitioners as critical contributors to our pioneering services. Whether you're a clinical dietician, endoscopy technician, medical assistant, or one of dozens of other specialties, there's a place for your talents here.

"You feel like your voice is heard, you feel like your opinions have value, and Stanford is very quick to put you on committees and projects where you have an opportunity to help something be even better."

— Sandra F. Technical Coordinator, Mammo Tech & QA Specialist

As we continue to grow our services, we have more opportunities than ever before for pharmacy and respiratory care professionals:

Respiratory Careers

Working in our Respiratory Care Services Department means being part of a team that offers a full spectrum of services in diverse practice settings, including five critical care units, an active emergency department (Level 1 Trauma Care), clinics and general care. Our practitioners implement care protocols covering pulmonary hygiene, medication administration and mechanical ventilation.

You'll use state-of-the-art ventilators, computers and respiratory care diagnostic and therapeutic equipment to ensure you have the best tools to meet the needs of every patient. What's more, all care is documented using a computer-based charting system.

As an academic medical center, we're proud to offer you the opportunity to cross-train and develop your expertise in new areas. These include assisting in bronchoscopies in our dedicated bronchoscope suite as well as training in the pulmonary function laboratory. Finally, we also support continuing education for experienced practitioners and new graduates through Continuing Education Units and tuition assistance.

Education Requirements

Experienced RCPs must have completed a two-year or four-year American Medical Association-approved respiratory care program and have an associate's degree or equivalent. We also require one to three years of clinical respiratory care experience including at least two years of critical care respiratory experience. A California Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) license is required, along with certifications in Acute Care Life Support (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS). New graduates are fully encouraged to apply for open positions.

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Pharmacy Careers

Welcome to a department delivering services to 611 beds, supporting nearly 40,000 emergency room visits, and more than 20,000 inpatient admissions each year. As a clinical pharmacist on this multidisciplinary team, you will provide critical support, delivering a full range of distributive, clinical, consultative, research, and administrative pharmaceutical services.

Education Requirements

Clinical pharmacists set the standard for expertise here. We require a bachelor's degree from a school of pharmacy accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, and at least one year of progressively responsible and directly related work experience in a hospital setting, as well as a California Pharmacist license.

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Pharmacy Residency Programs

Post-graduate year-one pharmacists are invited to apply for our Pharmacy Practice Residency Programs. Your professional competence and clinical knowledge can be greatly expanded in an innovative facility known worldwide for exceptional patient experiences. Learn more at our Pharmacy Services page.