Providence Holy Cross Medical Center (PHCMC) is a 377 bed, non-profit community hospital located in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California. PHCMC offers both inpatient and outpatient health services, including a Cancer Center, Heart Center, Orthopedics, The Joint Commission accredited Stroke Program, Diabetes Program, Neurosciences and Rehabilitation Services, Women’s & Children’s Services, and Neonatal ICU, as well as Emergency and Trauma Services for the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valley communities.
The pharmacy department provides 24-hour care and offers a broad range of clinical services including pharmacokinetic services, antimicrobial stewardship, anticoagulation services, glucose management, TPN monitoring, and drug information, as well as transitional care services.
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program Objectives
PHCMC’s residency program will prepare a motivated, self-directed individual to become professionally competent with expanded clinical knowledge in pharmacy practice. Through series of training modules, the resident will enhance clinical knowledge with practical experiences in diverse, multidisciplinary settings. PHCMC Department of Pharmacy is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which each resident is able to reach his or her maximum potential and contribute to the success of pharmacy profession.
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program Features
PHCMC pharmacy resident is required to complete twelve (12) months of practice experiential rotations during the residency. Rotation length may vary depending on the needs and interests of the resident. Additional rotations may be offered at affiliated institutions to meet specific skill needs and interests of each resident if approved by the program director and the Preceptor Committee.
•Internal Medicine •Cardiology •Critical Care •Oncology •Antimicrobial Stewardship •Neonatal Intensive Care •Nutritional Support •Medication Safety •Glucose Management •Pharmacy Informatics •Transition of Care •Administration •Resident Research Project (Longitudinal) •Practice Management (Longitudinal)
Compensation and Benefits
PHCMC pharmacy residents are entitled to the following benefits: •Competitive annual salary •25 Paid Time Off (PTO) days •Health (medical, dental, and vision) and life insurance plans •Registration and travel reimbursement for residency-related conferences
PHCMC PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).
PHCMC participates in the ASHP PhORCAS for the application process and ASHP MATCHING program. Applicants should submit their application materials through PhORCAS including: •Curriculum Vitae •Official pharmacy school transcript •Three references •Letter of Intent
Personal interviews will be scheduled for the month of February through March.
Jiwon W. Kim, Pharm.D., MHA, CPHQ Residency Program Director Providence Holy Cross Medical Center 15031 Rinaldi Street Mission Hills, CA 91345 818-496-4599 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Cho, Pharm.D., BCPS Residency Program Coordinator Providence Holy Cross Medical Center 15031 Rinaldi Street Mission Hills, CA 91345 818-496-4696 email@example.com
About Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
Providence is committed to excellence in patient-centered, clinical pharmacy practice and dedicated to developing clinical pharmacists with a set of rich foundational experiences. We offer robust pharmacy residency programs throughout our network of hospitals in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Montana.
Providence Health & Services joined with St. Joseph Health in 2016 to form Providence St. Joseph Health, a unique not-for-profit health and social services system focused on a mission to serve all. As a combined organization, our 119,000-plus caregivers/employees serve in 51 hospitals, more than 800 clinics and a comprehensive range of health and social services.