The PGY1 Residency Program at Saint Alphonsus strives to provide residents with the education and skills necessary to effectively deliver pharmaceutical care in various patient environments. Throughout the program, residents will be provided with opportunities to excel and share their knowledge with other members of the staff, patients, healthcare professionals and the public. This will be through effective education on the monitoring, delivery, safety and appropriate use of medications.
Saint Alphonsus offers a diverse residency experience with both inpatient and outpatient opportunities. Inpatient opportunities include trauma/critical care, cardiology/cardiovascular surgery, medicine, inpatient oncology, surgery, antimicrobial stewardship, neonatology and emergency medicine. Outpatient opportunities include medication therapy management in a variety of disease states including oncology, geriatrics, palliative care and patients at high risk of readmission. Residents will actively participate as a member of multidisciplinary teams to develop treatment plans, as well as be involved in medication use policy development. Residents will gain experience in precepting PharmD students, didactic lecturing, small case discussion and obtain a teaching certificate as part of the program.
Upon completion of the residency program, the residents have the skills to maintain an important role on the healthcare team and are well-equipped to meet the challenges facing today's hospital pharmacists. Through our program, they will develop a high-level of professionalism and compassion for patients consistent with the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center's ministry to health the body, mind and spirit.
Letter of intent
Three letters of recommendation
Official college transcripts
Applicants must submit materials via PhORCAS
Application deadline: January 1st
About Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
At Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, we are dedicated to delivering advanced medical services in a spiritual and healing environment. Serving southwest Idaho, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada, our innovative technologies and compassionate staff allow us to provide patient-focused care.
We are a 381 licensed bed hospital and home to the only verified Level II Trauma Center in the region. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality, most optimal care for all critically ill and injured patients. This distinction ensures we maintain the highest standards for chest pain, stroke, orthopedic and general surgery and emergency care. It also creates a foundation of medical excellence, innovation, and collaboration that makes the overall care our patients receive - throughout the region - that much better.