Thank you for visiting the NCH Healthcare System Post-Graduate Year 1 (PGY-1) Pharmacy Residency Website. The Pharmacy staff and management of the residency program welcome the opportunity to introduce our program to you.
We are recruiting 2 pharmacy residents for our first class to begin July 2017. The newly offered NCH Healthcare System PGY1 Pharmacy Residency program has been given pre-candidate status by ASHP. These residents will join our dynamic pharmacy department and will have the unique experience to help develop our program as we expand our educational programs alongside NCH internal medicine physician residents, as well as students from various healthcare disciplines.
The NCH Pharmacy Residency program provides an in-depth experience in pharmacy practice, pharmacotherapy, medication safety and leadership. Our curriculum is designed to meet all training requirements of the accrediting body. The program consists of four core rotations and three longitudinal learning experiences. Completion of the orientation rotation and required core rotations will allow the residents to choose two elective rotations. The residents may choose to do more than one rotation in the same practice area.
Over the course of twelve months, the residents will develop expert skills and competency in providing pharmaceutical care to a variety of patient populations. Residents will develop proficiency in several areas including general medicine, cardiology, neurology, stroke, three specialized intensive care units, oncology, sterile product compounding, outpatient infusion services, emergency medicine, geriatrics and rehabilitation.
Residents will obtain professional confidence and leadership skills by participating in the multidisciplinary care of patients. Residents completing this residency program will be competent clinical practitioners, trained to independently function as decentralized, unit-based clinical pharmacists supporting the pharmacotherapy consults and pharmacy practice services at NCH Healthcare System. The roles and responsibilities of a decentralized pharmacist are to support all pharmaceutical services for the assigned patient care area. Our pharmacists are involved in multidisciplinary rounds on General Medical floors and Critical Care Units.
The goal of the program is to build on the Doctor of Pharmacy education and develop clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients and to provide exceptional pharmacy residency experiences to prepare future leaders in clinical pharmacy.
Naples, located on Southwest Florida's Gulf Coast offers the opportunity for a rewarding work-life balance in a beautiful location.
- Standard stipend
- Two week break after ASHP Midyear in December
- Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance, Prescription Drug Plan
- On-site health and wellness programs with discounted access to two fitness centers
- Professional travel reimbursement
- On-site ACPE-accredited continuing education
- Paid time off and holiday pay included
Applicants should follow all requirements specified by Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) and participate in the National Matching Service. Requirements include: academic transcripts, a letter of intent, curriculum vitae and three references (one must be from a clinical preceptor). All references must complete the Standardized Reference Form in PhORCAS, and in lieu of letters of recommendation, references may complete three narrative comment sections in PhORCAS.
United States Citizenship
Doctor of Pharmacy professional degree from an AACP accredited school
Application through Match and PhORCAS systems by Jan. 15, 2017 by 11:59 EST
Florida Board of Pharmacy licensure by Sept. 30, 2017
*Program Code Number for the Match: 244813*