This residency is designed to cultivate highly skilled clinical pharmacists through diverse learning rotations. Anticipate a solid foundation of clinical experiences focusing on acute patient care while developing your teaching, managerial, and program/project development skills. The extensive rural healthcare clinic network provides a foundation for ambulatory care and advanced pharmacy provider opportunities for those interested in a more diverse professional experience.
Offered Rotations Include:
Transitions of Care
Adventist Health Central Valley Network serves as an APPE rotation site for University of the Pacific and Loma Linda University. Rotations include Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Hospital Practice, and Ambulatory Care. PGY1 residents are expected to be actively involved in the precepting of APPE students.
Graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy, Eligibility for CA licensure, 3 letters of recommendation, Curriculum vitae, and Academic transcript
About Adventist Health Central Valley Network
Adventist Health Central Valley Network (CVN) is a non-profit, 4 facility, community hospital system with 50 licensed hospital based clinics throughout Central California. We offer a broad scope of services to our rural community empowered by an organizational commitment to patient-centered, whole person quality care. Technological integration in both inpatient and outpatient settings enhances the medication use process. CVN is continuing to grow and enhance the services offered to our diverse patient population.