The Residency Program at CHI Memorial is a postgraduate year one (PGY1) residency and is designed to prepare pharmacists for advanced level practice at a community-based hospital. The resident, in conjunction with a multidisciplinary healthcare team, will be responsible and accountable for the provision and oversight of evidence-based, patient-centered medication related outcomes. The resident will develop a strong foundation in pharmacotherapy, operational, and practice management skills. Residents develop a strong foundation in pharmacotherapy, operational, and practice management skills. Required rotations include anticoagulation, cardiology, critical care, drug information/drug use policy, emergency medicine, hospital pharmacy practice (staffing), infectious disease, internal medicine, medication reconciliation, nutrition support, orientation, pharmacokinetics and pharmacy administration. Elective Rotations include informatics, nephrology, oncology, pain management, or residents may repeat any required rotation twice.
Resident activities include, but are not limited to: In-services for staff and patients, multi-disciplinary rounds, precepting, major research project (present at SERC), ASHP mid-year poster presentation, CE presentations, P&T Committee participation, MUE and new drug reviews and community involvement.