The University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program and School of Pharmacy, in conjunction with the 12th Street Clinic/Healthcare for the Homeless, are pleased to offer two PGY1 pharmacy residency positions.Major areas of emphasis for the pharmacy residency include ambulatory care and teaching, and we are one of the few residencies based almost entirely in a clinic setting.
The pharmacy residents work collaboratively with faculty physicians, medical residents, and other healthcare providers. Pharmacists are involved clinically in medication therapy management, anticoagulation, diabetes, asthma/COPD, pain management, and geriatric team assessments, with the potential for more opportunities as developed by our faculty pharmacist and residents.
One pharmacy resident is based out of the family medicine clinic, while the other resident is based out of the Healthcare for the Homeless clinic; however, both positions are well-integrated.Both residents are involved in all aspects of a 340B medication dispensary and clinical pharmacy services at both sites.
All learning experiences occur longitudinally, throughout the residency, unless otherwise indicated. There is plenty of room for flexibility and customization to resident interests.
About University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program and School of Pharmacy
The Casper family medicine residency program has flourished within the Casper medical community for over 30 years. Established in 1976, the UWFMRP-Casper is a community-based program with an 8-8-8 residency model, and offers 2 PGY1 pharmacy residency positions. Serving more than 10,000 people each year, we provide full-spectrum family medicine to people of all ages. Services include women’s health, osteopathic medicine, sports medicine, behavioral health, x-ray and lab, nursing home care and palliative care, geriatric care, internal medicine and medication management, case management, specialty and procedure clinics, patient education and inpatient hospital care.