Residency Program Director Carly Floyd PharmD, PhC, AAHIVP
Residency Special Features:This residency offers the opportunity to provide pharmaceutical care in a unique ambulatory care setting with an in-house community pharmacy. The resident will obtain patient-centered administrative, dispensing, and clinical skills in all areas of practice from the pharmacy department to primary care. The resident will work in a multidisciplinary healthcare team managing various disease states (e.g. diabetes, asthma, hypertension, HIV, HCV, etc.). They will participate in presenting didactic lectures & cases (including involvement in Project ECHO telemedicine), precepting pharmacy students, quality improvement projects, and will prepare and present a major research project.
Fringe Benefits:Health insurance, 7 days of sick leave/paid vacation, AAHIVP certification (optional), and professional travel reimbursement for 2 conferences.
Training Site Type:Ambulatory care with an in-house community pharmacy
Model Type(s): Community-based - Hospital/Health-System Outpatient Pharmacy
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Site Special Features:The experiences for the residency are based out of the listed clinic site and will also utilize other unlisted sites to provide a broad opportunity for experiences and learning. Rotations will take into consideration the strengths, weaknesses, and interests of the resident as well as the needs of the program.
The Southwest CARE Center (SCC) mission is to improve the health of people living in the culturally-diverse communities of New Mexico through access to the highest quality health care, education, research, and advocacy. SCC created the first community pharmacy residency program in New Mexico with the desire to offer a unique residency experience in culturally-diverse clinic environments with an embedded community pharmacy.