The resident will work in an interprofessional and academic environment to manage chronic disease states in an underserved population at the OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond Clinic, providing services through collaborative practice agreements for T2DM, HTN, COPD, HepC, anticoagulation, and smoking cessation. Other responsibilities include comprehensive medication reviews, transitions of care services/medication reconciliation, and monthly medication dispensing services at our 340b pharmacy. Elective rotations, including medication assisted treatment & addiction, geriatrics, and others based on resident interest are available. The resident will complete a rotation with the Drug Use Research and Management team, which informs state-wide medication formularies. The resident will have teaching responsibilities (APPE precepting, didactic lectures, small group facilitation) at the OSU/OHSU College of Pharmacy. The resident will also complete a mentored longitudinal research project.
Required Prerequisites include:
Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
On track for on-time completion of PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at time of application
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include 10 personal leave days (including sick days); 9 observed holidays; and Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage.
About Oregon State University/Oregon Health and Science University Family Medicine at Richmond
Our PGY-2 Residency provides both clinical and academic experience. The primary clinical site is the OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond Clinic, which is part of the OHSU School of Medicine's Department of Family Medicine, one of the nation's most highly rated Family Medicine departments. We are a Federally Qualified Health Center and Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Additionally, we are a short walk from the OHSU Family Medicine Walk-In Clinic, for patients with urgent medical needs.