The Post Graduate Year (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency program at the California Northstate University College of Pharmacy (CNUCOP) and Adventist Health Lodi Memorial (AHLM) offers a twelve-month rich comprehensive learning and practice experience in advanced clinical practice and academia. At CNUCOP, the pharmacy resident will have unique opportunities to learn development of teaching materials, give didactic lectures, facilitate team-based learning (TBL) classroom discussions, and earn a teaching and learning certificate. The pharmacy resident will assume the clinical pharmacist role at AHLM and provide optimal patient care in a variety of patient care settings under the guidance of skilled preceptors. The purpose of the PGY1 program is to train the pharmacy resident as a skilled clinical practitioner, researcher, and educator through a collaborative environment.
Applicant must take the California State Board Exam/CPJE and obtain licensure by 10/01/20.
About CNUCOP/Lodi Memorial
CNUCOP is a four-year pharmacy college dedicated to utilizing TBL to educate, develop, and train individuals to provide competent, patient-centered care. The vision of CNUCOP is to innovate active learning strategies in educating students and practitioners and advance the practice of pharmacy. CNUCOP provides the opportunity to earn a teaching and learning certificate at the end of the residency program.
Adventist Health Lodi Memorial is a 190-bed acute care hospital serving the counties of San Joaquin and Calaveras. The pharmacist provides a wide variety of care to patients through inpatient services, such as antimicrobial stewardship, renal dose adjustments, pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation, and parenteral nutrition. Ambulatory care services include anticoagulation clinic, diabetes clinic, and medical therapy management.