The resident will have specific patient care responsibilities and will also learn how clinical pharmacy services are implemented and managed. Rotations allow residents to further explore areas of particular interest, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, and medicine. Elective rotations are available for pediatrics, hospice, and emergency medicine. All residents are expected to complete a research project. Additional experiences include the P&T committee; quality assurance, ADR, and DUE activities; and involvement in department research projects. Each resident staffs as a central and decentralized pharmacist, which provides the opportunity to master practice skills and to increase confidence in accepting total responsibility for safe and effective care. This is scheduled for every fourth weekend and one evening shift per pay period. Salaries are competitive and updated annually.
Benefits include 2 weeks' vacation per year, a travel allowance, and health insurance.
United Hospital is a nonprofit acute care regional medical center that is part of the Allina Health System. The medical staff provides comprehensive services including cardiology, neurology, psychiatry, oncology, and obstetrics. The pharmacy department emphasizes a decentralized approach to providing drug distribution and comprehensive clinical services. Clinical services include anticoagulation services, antimicrobial stewardship, response to medical emergencies, TPN monitoring, drug information, and pharmacokinetic consultations.
Pharm.D. degree, licensure (or eligibility) in Minnesota. Application submitted via PhoRCAS include curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts, and letter of intent.
About United Hospital - a part of Allina Health
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice and PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residencies