The PGY1 Residency is a 12-month program with an emphasis in acute care.  The pharmacy resident will complete both required and elective learning experiences.  

Required learning experiences (one-month):

  • Advanced internal medicine (with pharmacy student preceptorship)
  • Critical care (two months)
  • Emergency medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • Practice management
  • Transitions of care 

Required learning experiences (longitudinal):

  • Ambulatory care diabetes clinic
  • Clinical services (consultation service and antimicrobial stewardship)
  • Hospital formulary and policy management 
  • Hospital practice
  • Medication safety/management
  • Residency research project
  • Teaching and education (including teaching certificate program)

Elective learning experiences (one-month): 

The Resident may choose one physician co-precepted elective rotation.  Flexibility exists to create additional electives based on resident interest.  Up to one month of elective time may be used for research project implementation/completion, if necessary for the project and approved by the residency director.

Pharmacist precepted:

  • Anticoagulation clinic 
  • Family Medicine 
  • Oncology 
  • Repeat a required one-month rotation (internal medicine, critical care, emergency medicine)

Physician co-precepted:

  • Cardiology
  • Geriatrics
  • Infectious Disease 
  • Nephrology
  • Trauma Service