The Emergency Department (ED) is a 65-bed, Level 3 Trauma Center that has approximately 90,000 patient visits annually. The department includes designated areas for pediatric, pediatric psychiatry, and adult psychiatry patients. Clinical pharmacy services are provided by a decentralized emergency medicine pharmacist 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. The resident will be part of the multidisciplinary team providing pharmaceutical care through prospective order review, antibiotic recommendations, service on the trauma/priority response team, provision of real-time drug information, and direct consultation with physicians. Ample opportunities available to teach and co-precept pharmacy students and PGY1 residents. Additionally, the residency offers rotations focusing on pediatric emergency medicine, emergency medicine precepting, critical care, trauma, toxicology, infectious diseases, management, pre-hospital care. Teaching certificate program is also available to residents through High Point University (application required).
ASHP PGY1 Residency, 3 references completed via PhORCAS, curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, letter of intent, and eligibility for licensure in NC.
About Emergency Medicine PGY2 CaroMont Regional Medical Center
CaroMont Regional Medical Center is 435 bed level two trauma center, located in Gastonia, NC, approximately 18 miles west of Charlotte. The facility has been recognized as a Thompson-Reuters 100 Top Hospital recipient. The hospital has Joint Commission Disease Specific Certification in Heart Failure, Inpatient Diabetes, Hip and Knee Replacement, and is a Primary Stroke Center. The clinical pharmacists have a collaborative practice with physicians/nurses and provide pharmaceutical care through consult services including pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation management, and parenteral nutrition services.