The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency program prepares the graduate to function as a clinical pharmacist within a community hospital setting. The resident will rotate through a broad area of pharmacy practice experiences including infectious disease, internal medicine, practice management, critical care, pediatrics, emergency medicine, ambulatory care, cardiology, oncology, psychiatry, and clinical informatics. Residents will have the opportunity to complete the Teaching Certificate Program in affiliation with Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, to teach small group and didactic lectures, and precept student pharmacists. Residents will complete at least one longitudinal research project that will be presented at Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference and develop a manuscript for submission to a journal.
Requirements for acceptance include: PharmD or equivalent work experience, eligibility for Kentucky licensure, complete Phorcas application and on-site interview.
About Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center (EMRMC) was established in 1887, serving more than 130,000 residents in Central Kentucky. It is a private, nonprofit, acute care, teaching hospital that consists of 222 licensed acute care beds including 38 psychiatric beds. Ephraim McDowell Health's (EMH) medical staff is comprised of 100+ physicians representing 31 specialties and inpatient hospitalists program. EMH is a Certified Preferred Employer through The Work Institute and contains three hospital system, including two critical access hospitals. EMH consists of nine Family Medical Centers, four Intermediate Care Centers, Diagnostics and Specialty/Referral Clinic, Sleep Disorders Center, Diabetes Center, Assisted Living Facility, Home Medical Equipment, Health and Wellness Center.