PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency – Aurora Health Care Metro, Inc.
Aurora Health Care
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September 25, 2018
This residency provides an opportunity to practice at both the Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center and the Aurora Sinai Medical Center Outpatient Pharmacies. Residents will concentrate on enhancing existing services and implementing new pharmacy-based medication therapy management programs. Patient care services include comprehensive medication reviews, immunizations, a discharge prescription delivery service, a transplant medication refill service, and community outreach events. Residents will also have the opportunity to complete longitudinal ambulatory care learning experiences in primary care and anticoagulation clinics, providing disease state management through collaborative practice agreements and medication therapy management services. Coordination of patient care between the pharmacy and clinics will be emphasized. Residents will also gain experience in practice management and professional/leadership skills development. There is opportunity to precept students and provide ACPE educational programs. The residency experience is customized to each resident.
All applicants must apply through PhORCAS and meet the following criteria:
Graduate of an ACPE-accredited School of Pharmacy
Eligible for pharmacist licensure in Wisconsin – residents are expected to be licensed as a pharmacist in the state of Wisconsin prior to starting their residency program and sit for their exams at the first available opportunity.
U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
The Pharmacy Residency programs participate in the Residency Matching Program (“The Match”).
After “The Match”, employment as a pharmacy resident is still contingent upon the applicant satisfying Aurora Health Care’s employment eligibility requirements, including an employment application/evaluation by Human Resources and a pre-employment physical and drug screen (hair analysis). The pre-employment physical and drug screen must be completed at a designated Aurora Health Care location between May 15 and June 1.
All matched residents must start on the pre-determined start date. Refer to the program director for the exact pre-determined start date as adjustments in start date are not allowed.
About Aurora Health Care
Aurora Health Care is a large, not-for-profit, integrated health care system in Wisconsin. It features 16 hospitals, numerous ambulatory, diagnostic and treatment centers, home health care and social service agencies, physician clinics, retail pharmacies, and more. Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care together are Advocate Aurora Health – a large, not-for-profit health care system in Wisconsin and Illinois.