Saint Joseph Health System is proud to offer two Pharmacy Resident positions in a 54 week, ASHP accredited, PGY1 Ambulatory Care pharmacy residency program. This residency is conducted primarily within Saint Joseph Health System Family Medicine Center which also houses our Family Medicine residency program. The residency year is comprised of both elective and required experiences combined in a quarterly format in addition to elective block rotations. Yep, we know it's nontraditional. Feel free to ask us about it. It is designed to graduate clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
Annual Wellness Visits
Physician Network Quality Metrics
Transitions of Care— Ambulatory
Advanced General Medicine
Global Health Track
Transitions of Care— Inpatient
You can't turn around without teaching someone: patients, students, residents, even faculty. Residents have the opportunity to complete didactic lectures for pharmacists, pharmacy residents, and medical residents at Saint Joseph Health System. In addition to this, residents have the lecture opportunities at colleges of pharmacy. Residents are given the opportunity to precept pharmacy student and participate in the preceptorship of medical resident rotations. Residents are able to participate in the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate
Residency Pearls Beyond Our Stellar Preceptors and Curriculum
The Mission of Saint Joseph Health Center is very tangible on a daily basis.
We focus on training people who happen to have chosen pharmacy as a profession instead of just training pharmacists.
Our atmosphere is unique as we are a residency program that grew a department of pharmacy.
We know our stuff, but we like to have fun. Patient care is serious, not everything else has to be.
We expect our residents to become autonomous and take great strides to foster independence by intentionally modeling, coaching, and facilitating.
We graduate three dimensional pharmacists. You will be able to treat patients, teach students, and lead into the future.
Our residency programs are very collegial. You will feel like you are part of a class of 40 residents.
We prefer to have our PGY1 pharmacy residents continue in the PGY2 program, but it is not required.
Our alumni network is vast and ALL alumni freely give back to the program on an annual basis.
We are the first PGY1 pharmacy residency program to include training in global health.
We are one of the first PGY1 pharmacy residency programs focused in ambulatory care.
Number of Available Positions
$50659 over 54 weeks
15 days paid time off plus holidays
Five days for continuing education
Continuing education stipend
Reimbursement for BPS exam
Reimbursement for ACCP and ASHP membership
Reimbursement for IPTeC, ASHP Midyear and Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conferences
iPad, Surface, and laptop provided
Getting to see the Eds on a daily basis
**Potential questions to ask our current residents**
Aly Briggs: What is the difference between a Llama and an Alpaca?
Suni Johns: What is your favorite artistic medium?
Nick Bosso: What is your favorite Anime?
Stephanie Schenkel: What is your favorite type of nautical vessel?
Miranda MacFarlane: What is your favorite breed of dog?
The SJHS Pharmacy Residency requires the following items be uploaded into PhORCAS:
A formal letter of intent
Official transcripts from an ACPE-accredited university
A current curriculum vitae
Three PhORCAS letters of recommendation
The deadline for application is January 7.
For more program specific information, please see: http://www.saintjosephresidency.com/
If you have any questions, please contact us at SJ-PharmacyResidency@sjrmc.com.
About Saint Joseph Health System Family Medicine Center
As host to three residency programs for practitioners from medical, podiatric, and pharmacy schools, Saint Joseph Health System offers advanced clinical training in an environment optimized for independent advancement and collaborative learning. Each program offers its trainees unopposed access to patients while having ideal collaborators available through the other residencies. This collaboration mimics the skills new pharmacists and physicians will need to thrive in the future healthcare environment. Through this we offer technological advancement, clinical excellence, and value-based care to our patients and state-of-the-art training to our residents.