The University of Vermont Medical Center has been an ASHP accredited program since 1982. Residents are offered an outstanding opportunity to acquire experience in multiple practice areas including ambulatory care, medicine, administration, critical care, pharmacokinetics, and infectious diseases. Residents will be given the opportunity to customize their training with the selection of four elective rotations throughout the year. In addition, the resident will be provided with opportunities to gain exposure to drug use policy, medication safety, and pharmacy administration principles. The resident will work as part of a multidisciplinary care team in a highly computerized practice environment. Teaching opportunities are available with medical students, medical residents, pharmacists, and pharmacy students. A number of our clinical pharmacist preceptors are board certified and/or hold academic appointments at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. A research project suitable for publication is required upon completion of the program.
About University of Vermont Medical Center
The University of Vermont Medical Center is Vermont’s academic medical center. Our mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve by integrating patient care, education, and research in a caring environment. Serving a population of more than a million throughout Vermont and northern New York, The UVM Medical Center is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high-quality academic health care for a rural region
Training Site: Hospital
Tertiary Tax Status: Nonprofit
Total Beds: 562
Average Daily Census: 436