Renown Regional Medical Center is a tertiary, referral hospital that services over a million people in a 100,000 square mile area with the Emergency Department at Renown Regional servicing over 100,000 patients per year. In addition, Renown Health has a smaller Emergency Department at Renown South Meadows and a Children's Emergency Department. Renown is a level-2 trauma center, Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, Accredited Heart Failure and Chest Pain Center, and has a Children's Hospital on site. Emergency Medicine pharmacists at Renown Regional Medical Center work in a fast-paced environment that encompasses a wide range of diseases and disorders from ambulatory care to critical care. The pharmacists that train and work in this environment have an ability to make a great impact on patient care safety and quality.
The resident will gain valuable clinical, leadership and research skills through a variety of learning experiences. Clinical expertise will be achieved through learning experiences in multiple Emergency Department settings, various critical care areas, pediatrics, toxicology and in partnering with pre-hospital services. Residents will serve as a preceptor for PGY1 pharmacy residents and Pharm.D. students during Emergency Medicine rotations. Research and leadership skills will be developed through the completion of a longitudinal research project and through an Emergency Department leadership learning experience. The resident will gain experience in developing pharmacy services in an Emergency Department and to develop and monitor quality and stewardship initiatives.
Graduates of this program are prepared for competitive Emergency Medicine clinical pharmacist and Emergency Medicine clinical pharmacy specialist positions.
Applicants must have graduated from an ACPE accredited pharmacy degree program
Applicants must be on track to graduate or previously graduated from an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency program.
All applicants, both foreign and domestic, must provide proof of United States citizenship or legal immigration status, or proper work authorization (permanent or temporary). Applicants are not eligible for VISA sponsorship.