Pharmacy Residency Program
Thank you for your interest in St. Vincent Health Pharmacy Residency Program. Our program is designed to provide residents with the training and support needed to serve as a well-rounded, compassionate healthcare provider who is fully prepared to function as a qualified health system pharmacist.
The postgraduate year one pharmacy practice residency at St. Vincent Health will provide training experiences in the fundamentals of pharmacy practice in an integrated health system. Residents will gain experience in a variety of patient care settings including general medicine, critical care, nephrology, pediatrics and infectious disease.
While developing competence to provide patient-centered care, PGY1 residents will acquire substantial knowledge for skillful problem solving and strengthen their professional values. An individualized training plan based on the resident’s baseline level of knowledge, skills, and interests will be developed at the beginning of the year. Along with clinical activities, residents will be required to staff in the central pharmacy and complete a year-long research project and poster presentation.
Graduates of St. Vincent Health PGY1 program will be eligible for board certification and postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training
**This program is not yet accredited by ASHP.
About St. Vincent Pharmacy Department
As a member of Ascension Health and St. Vincent Health, the Pharmacy Department at St. Vincent Health affords residents the opportunity to participate in direct patient care clinical activities throughout an integrated health system.
Our department staff is involved in all aspects of the patient care experience from procurement, preparation and distribution to physician-led patient rounding, care transitions and post-discharge follow-up. The pharmacy has a fully automated centralized dispensing area and USP-797 compliant dedicated clean room for sterile preparation. We are active throughout the health system collaborating closely with other disciplines to develop and implement new initiatives for a quality patient experience. Pharmacy actively participates in patient safety activities including assessment of adverse drug events, medication errors, and ISMP Best Practice recommendations. A comprehensive clinical program includes services such as daily interdisciplinary rounding, pharmacokinetic and renal dosing, antimicrobial stewardship, nutritional support, anticoagulation therapy management, formulary management, and care transitions in an outpatient clinic setting. Pharmacists precept for pharmacy students and provide education for medical and nursing staff.
- Deadline: January 6, 2017
- Application must be submitted through PhORCAS
- Application requirements:
- Letter of Intent
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official Academic Transcripts
- Education requirements
- Degree in Pharmacy from ACPE accredited school
- Eligibility for licensure in Indiana
- On-site Interview required
- Staffing/Pharmacy Practice
- Drug information/Policy
- Teaching Certificate
- Critical Care
- Internal Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Care Transitions
- Number of Positions: 2
- Stipend of $42,500
- Paid time off – vacation, holidays, sick leave
- Medical, dental and vision insurance offered
- Professional meetings: ASHP Midyear, Great Lakes
- Residency Conference
- Other: BLS/ACLS, teaching certificate, travel reimbursement, dedicated office space