* NMS Code 135213 - PGY1 pharmacy residency; NMS Code 135221 - PGY1 pharmacy residency with a focus in ambulatory care. The program provides a high level of training in pharmaceutical care within a diverse patient population. It is designed with flexibility to meet individual needs and interest of the resident. Acute Care training includes critical care, emergency/trauma, cardiology, oncology, neurosciences, medical/surgical, pediatrics, neonatal intensive care, and infectious disease. Ambulatory care includes family practice, oncology, diabetes clinic, transitions of care, anticoagulation, and adult infusion services. Other experiences include drug information, administration, and major project.
Fringe Benefits: 25 days paid time off, sick leave, medical/dental /life insurance, attendance at a resident conference and ASHP Midyear.
For more information, please visit https://www.multicare.org/careers-pharmacy-residency/
Application deadline: Monday, January 6th, 2020
Residency program start date in 2020: June 22nd, 2020
Jenny He, PharmD, BCPS
Residency Program Coordinator
Washington State Pharmacist license (must at least obtain a Washington State Intern Pharmacist license by the start of the residency)
Three letters of recommendation
Letter of intent
Satisfy eligibility requirements for employment including acceptable results on a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
About MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital
Tacoma General (TG) Hospital is an acute tertiary level II trauma center for MultiCare Health System Puget Sound Region. The hospital serves as a referral center for adults and neonates and the adjoining Mary Bridge Children's Health Center is a referral center for pediatric patients. TG supports a physician family practice residency. Pharmacy is highly respected and is supported by decentralization, prescriptive protocols and technology. The hospital is located close to a metropolitan area surrounded by mountains and sea offering a variety of cultural and recreational activities.