Baptist Health Madisonville complies with ASHP accreditation requirements and utilizes the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). All applicants must be registered with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist (ASHP) Residency Matching Program.
2 positions are available with a start date of June 22nd.
Applications should be submitted by February 1st, 2020
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from accredited college of pharmacy
U.S. citizen or active visa
Eligible for Kentucky licensure
Letter of intent
Three letters of recommendation
About Baptist Health Madisonville
Residency Special Features: Residents will be exposed to a variety of learning experiences in ambulatory care, critical care, internal medicine, management, informatics, antimicrobial stewardship and will also have opportunity for physician led electives in endocrinology, cardiology, and nephrology. Residents will complete the ASHP Teaching Certificate Program for Pharmacists and be involved in didactic teaching of pharmacology classes for CRNA and APRN students. We utilize a layered learning model and expect residents to assist with precepting of PY4 students.
Fringe Benefits: 14 vacation days, health/dental/vision insurance available, BCLS & ACLS, free parking, cafeteria discounts, professional travel reimbursement, individual office space with computer.
Special Requirements for Acceptance: Applicants must be US Citizens or have an active visa, graduated from an accredited college of pharmacy, and be eligible for KY Pharmacist Licensure. Applications should be completed via PhORCAS.
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Baptist Health Madisonville, Inc.
Model Type(s): Community Teaching
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 17
Non-Professional S...taff: 15
Number of Medical Centers: 2
Total Beds: 410
Average Daily Census: 120
Site Special Features: Baptist Health Madisonville is a 410-bed acute and skilled care facility with a special emphasis on community outreach and training students to provide medical care in rural areas. Recognized as a pioneer, Baptist Health Madisonville was the first Kentucky hospital outside a metropolitan area to offer open heart surgery. Our residency is able to offer a unique experience for a small community hospital as we partner closely with the family medicine residency program and encourage a multi-disciplinary approach.