Beaumont Hospital, Troy offers an ASHP accredited twelve-month PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency for two residency candidates.
During residency training the resident will develop a broad range of functional job skills and direct patient care skills, including antimicrobial stewardship, drug therapy monitoring, pharmacokinetic dosing, anticoagulant dosing and monitoring, renal dose modification, patient and provision of drug information. Residents will have opportunities to interact directly with patients, healthcare professionals and hospital leaders. Residents will also have the opportunity to provide education to patients, pharmacists and other health care professionals. Beaumont Hospital, Troy’s program stresses active learning by the resident with support from the preceptors.
The program strives to align with the needs and goals of the resident, based on background, previous experiences, pharmacy practice interests, and self-identified strengths and weaknesses of the candidate.
The residency year is composed of a well-balanced combination of direct and indirect patient care rotations. The first rotation, Introduction to Hospital Pharmacy Practice and Residency (6-weeks), is designed to give the resident a strong foundation in clinical and operational pharmacy services. There are a total of 11 additional month long rotations. During the month of December the resident will focus on their major residency research project.
The residency program partners with the Wayne State University Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate Program. The resident also gains teaching experience by directly precepting I-PPE students from Wayne State University for a semester, as well as mentoring A-PPE students through a layered learning model during rotations.
The resident will conduct a Medication Utilization Evaluation (MUE) and a major research project. MUE results will be presented as a poster presentation at the ASHP Midyear Conference and major research results will be presented at regional Residency Conference. The resident is required to provide a manuscript of research results suitable for publication
Interested candidates must submit the following information via PHORCAS by January 5:
Letter of intent (Please include areas of interests)
NMS match number
Three letters of recommendation
Transcripts from College of Pharmacy
Applicants be must be a graduate of an ACPE-accredited PharmD program and the applicant must be licensed, or be eligible for licensure in Michigan. Graduates from a foreign school of pharmacy must first be certified by the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Committee through examination before the process of licensure in the US can begin.
About Beaumont Hospital, Troy
Beaumont Health is Michigan’s largest health care system (based on inpatient
admissions and net patient revenue) formed in 2014 to provide patients with
compassionate, extraordinary care, no matter where they live in Southeast Michigan.
With eight hospitals, 187 health centers, nearly 5,000 physicians and more than
38,000 employees, Beaumont Health contributes to the health and well-being
of residents throughout southeast Michigan and beyond.
Beaumont Hospital, Troy is a 520-bed level II community teaching hospital with full inpatient and outpatient services located on a 95-acre campus in Troy, Michigan in Southeastern Michigan. Beaumont Hospital, Troy also supports several ambulatory practice sites in the surrounding community.
Beaumont Hospital, Troy’s care statement is:
Caring People, caring for people.
Partnering in providing an extraordinary experience for every patient, in every setting, every time