At Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Pharmacy, our mission is to deliver superior medication-related care that supports excellent outcomes. Our pharmacy staff is an integral part of the care team at Rutland Regional, working closely with providers and nursing staff to provide outstanding service with a focus on quality and patient safety.
With access to the latest and most advanced technology, our pharmacy team offers top-notch pharmaceutical care through comprehensive clinical and distributive practices. Our process is collaborative, interdisciplinary and cost-effective. All processes and procedures are continuously aligned with federal and state rules to ensure regulatory compliance.
Rutland Regional’s pharmacy service employs 20 pharmacists and 18 pharmacy technicians, as well as additional support staff. The team also includes a pharmacist devoted to antimicrobial stewardship. In addition to inpatient care, our group staffs three outpatient clinics and our on-site retail pharmacy.
The Pharmacy Residency Program
The purpose of our PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is to provide a challenging and rewarding environment in which our residents can learn and train – advancing the knowledge and skills they need to work as pharmacists in a range of settings.
Our residents will develop important problem-solving skills, as well as an understanding of their accountability and responsibility to their patients. Our curriculum is designed to build upon their existing knowledge of medication-related care by providing frequent and direct patient care experience.
Additionally, residents will learn to monitor and assess their own performance to continually improve their practice during their residency and beyond. Rutland Regional’s PGY1 Pharmacy training will prepare pharmacists for job placement, BCPS certification and/or PGY2 residency.
Our PGY1 pharmacy residency program will be in pre-candidate status for the 2019-2020 residency year. We are confident our program will provide a tremendously valuable experience and will receive accreditation following our survey.
General Pharmacy Residency Program Information
Number of PGY1 Pharmacy Residents: Two
Period of Appointment: July to July Salary: PGY1
Pharmacy resident salary is $48,000, which will be paid over 26 pay periods.
Combined Time Off (CTO): Residents will accrue 25 days of CTO during residency year. Ten CTO days can be used toward vacation time; the remaining CTO is available for illness, interviews and attendance at professional meetings.
Health Benefits: Health, dental, prescription and vision benefits are available through Rutland Regional Medical Center.
On-Call Services: No formal on-call responsibilities will be assigned.
Space: Each resident will be designated a desk area in the pharmacy department and provided with a laptop and smartphone. Additionally, within the department, the resident will have access to printers, scanners, a fax machine, refrigerators and a locker.
Staffing Requirements: Following orientation, residents will be required to staff central pharmacy services every other weekend, as well as two holidays (one summer, one winter) throughout their residency year.
Professional Meetings: Each resident will be expected to attend ASHP Midyear and the Eastern States Residency Conference. Travel reimbursement will be provided per hospital policy
Core (Required): 2 to 10 weeks duration
• Orientation (8 weeks)
• Internal Medicine (9 weeks)
• Anticoagulation (8 weeks)
• Administration (4 weeks)
• Discharge Transitions (9 weeks)
• Sterile Compounding (2 weeks)
Longitudinal (Required): Duration of program year following successful completion of orientation
Longitudinal (Elective): 10 months Teaching and Learning Program provided in affiliation with Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Teaching certificate will be provided following successful completion of Teaching and Learning Program.
Elective: 12 weeks total
• Hematology and Oncology
• Antimicrobial Stewardship/Infectious Disease
• Pharmacy Informatics
Applicant Deadline is January 7th
Applicants must be a graduate of an ACPE accredited program or equivalent
Submission of CV, letter of intent, three letters of recommendation and official college of pharmacy transcripts via PhORCAS.
For selected applicants an onsite interview is mandatory
About Rutland Regional Medical Center
About Rutland Regional Medical Center
The biggest community hospital in Vermont and the second largest hospital in the state, Rutland Regional Medical Center has been providing high quality healthcare to the Rutland Region for more than 100 years.
As the needs of our community have grown and changed, so has Rutland Regional, adding services, staff and facilities. Today, Rutland Regional Medical Center is a 144-bed hospital, employing over 1,600 professional and support staff including 242 providers trained in 37 specialty areas. Providing preventive, diagnostic, acute and rehabilitative services, Rutland Regional Medical Center serves Rutland County, portions of southern and central Vermont and communities in eastern New York State.
The hospital’s medical staff is supported by excellent nurses, high quality diagnostic and ancillary services and a broad array of sophisticated equipment technology, including advanced diagnostic imaging, a top-of-the-line linear accelerator used in the treatment of cancer patients.
At Rutland Regional we manage and adapt to change and growth while continuing our focus on a high standard of personalized, quality medical care, adding key spe...cialties to serve community needs, and focusing on attracting and recruiting highly trained doctors, nurses and staff. We are committed to providing the services, both in and out of the hospital, required to maintain the health of not just our patients, but the entire community.
Over the past three years alone, Rutland Regional Medical Center has received over 20 national awards and recognition that support our unwavering commitment to being the best community healthcare system in New England. Below is a list of some of the awards and recognition that help us measure the quality of care we provide to our patients every day.