Ambulatory Pharmacy Work Settings


  • Eight-hour shifts with varying start times from 7am to 1pm
  • Day and evening shifts
  • Weekend and holiday rotations required



Fifteen sites, including:

  • Outpatient and oncology pharmacies at University Hospital and American Family Children’s Hospital
  • Outpatient pharmacies at: 
    • 1 S. Park Clinic
    • 20 S. Park Clinic
    • East Clinic
    • East Towne Clinic
    • Northeast Family Practice Clinic
    • Monona Clinic
    • Odana Atrium
    • University Health Services (on the UW-Madison campus)
    • University Station Clinic
    • West Clinic
    • West Towne Clinic



To be a national leader for high-quality, patient-centered pharmaceutical services while advancing the practice of Pharmacy.


Service Activities

  • Collecting correct patient information
  • Entering prescriptions into the computer and processing insurance
  • Triaging phone calls
  • Contacting insurance companies, physicians and customers over phone

Service Environment


Direct customer/patient contact in a retail pharmacy setting, working to provide comprehensive health service to a wide range of customers.


Service Demands


Must be self-directed, able to provide excellent customer service while multi-tasking, organizing and prioritizing workload. Must demonstrate effective problem-solving skills.