The postgraduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency program at Parkview Medical Center is an ASHP-accredited 12-month postgraduate program that builds on the Doctor of Pharmacy education and contributes to the development of clinical pharmacists that are prepared to care for patients with a wide range of conditions and are eligible for board certification and PGY2 pharmacy residency training.
Primary Learning Experiences: Internal Medicine I, Internal Medicine II (focus on cardiology), Critical Care, Inpatient Anticoagulation, Outpatient Anticoagulation, Nutrition Support, Antimicrobial Stewardship, and Administration (including Informatics).
In addition to the primary learning experiences, a resident will have the opportunity to complete a major quality improvement or research project, complete multiple smaller projects (MUE, drug class review, monograph, protocol development, etc.), develop and present multiple educational presentations, participate in health fairs, participate in departmental and hospital committees and meetings, participate in the resident candidate recruitment and selection process, and teach pharmacy students.
Benefits: Salary, hospital benefit package including health and dental insurance, paid time off, meal card, and travel allowance.
Number of positions: 2
Applicants must be a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate from a school of pharmacy accredited by the Accreditation Council on Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Applicants must be eligible for and obtain licensure in Colorado. Applicants must apply through the ASHP Matching Program and an on-site interview is required. Applications are due by December 28, 2018.
About Parkview Medical Center
Parkview Medical Center is a private, nonprofit community hospital located in Pueblo, Colorado that serves Pueblo and 14 surrounding counties and is licensed for 350 acute care beds. Parkview Medical Center is the region's only certified Level II Trauma Center as well as the region's first Stroke Center.