ChristianaCare Health System - Ambulatory Care PGY2
ChristianaCare Health System
Location: Newark, Delaware
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
ChristianaCare Health System offers an unmatched pharmacy residency learning experience. We are one of America’s largest (>1000 beds), non-sectarian, not for profit health care systems. We serve the Delaware Valley, and we are a nationally recognized urban and suburban academic and community hospital. Here you will learn by taking care of patients with a large range of pathologies while working with accomplished preceptors, accelerating your growth as an expert, caring pharmacist. The ChristianaCare PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Program provides the resident with advanced training in ambulatory care providing a variety of opportunities with unique experiences. The program incorporates a multidisciplinary patient-centered experience giving the resident the necessary skills to become an independent, confident and an innovative ambulatory clinical pharmacist. Required block rotations include orientation, primary care, anticoagulation clinic, HIV community program, kidney transplant, and specialty pharmacy. Required longitudinal rotations include ambulatory pharmacy staffing, practice management, primary care, research, and teaching/presentations. Elective block rotations are selected from a variety of services including ambulatory antimicrobial stewardship, ambulatory pediatrics, HIV primary care, outpatient oncology, Leadership Excellence EDucation-Residents/Fellows (LEED-R) and repeating a required experience. Competitive salary, benefits and educational stipend provided. Review our residency website at :http://residency.christianacare.org/pharmacy/ambulatory-curriculum Follow us on Instagram: christianacarerxresidency
Interested candidates should apply through the PhORCAS system. Candidates should provide PhORCAS the following:
School of pharmacy transcript
Letter of intent including your desire for residency training at ChristianaCare
Three letters of recommendation. Letters of recommendation may come from, but are not limited to college faculty, preceptors, mentors, and employers
Candidates must be enrolled in an ASHP-accredited PGY-1 program to be considered. All materials must be submitted by January 2nd.
Our mission as an organization is to serve our neighbors as expert, caring partners in their health. We do this by creating innovative, effective, affordable systems of care that our neighbors value. This is our promise to you. We call it The ChristianaCare Way.
ChristianaCare has the most advanced health care technology available to help meet your needs. But more important than the technology is our commitment to partner with you to meet your individual needs. We want to care for you and help you live the healthy life you want to live.