Community-based residents with Campbell will work to improve patient care at their practice sites through provision of existing clinical services as well as development of a new service. Current clinical services at Josefs Pharmacy include immunizations, MTM, disease state education, specialty pharmacy, and transitions of care. Residents also have ample clinical and didactic teaching opportunities through our teaching certificate as well as the chance to work with our state association, the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP).
About PGY1 Community-Based Residency (Josefs Pharmacy) Booth 4207
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