Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, a combined 443-bed tertiary care teaching facility, are the primary sites for a 12-month PGY-2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency. Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks and has over 3,200 beds. Arnold Palmer Hospital and Winnie Palmer Hospital provide a wide range of critical care, medical, surgical and cardiovascular services; including the area's only Level One Trauma Center, Central Florida's only hospital-based Air Care Team, and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and ECMO Center. This pediatric pharmacy residency is an intensive program designed to provide the resident with a wide variety of pediatric and neonatal experiences that will ensure the development of the knowledge and skills required to provide expert pharmaceutical care to pediatric patients. Required rotations include pediatric internal medicine, PICU, pediatric cardiac ICU, NICU, pediatric hematology/oncology, women’s services, pediatric infectious disease, and pharmacy practice management. There are opportunities for two elective experiences and they can be tailored to the resident's specific interest areas. The resident will also complete longitudinal activities such as a formal research project, two ACPE-accredited presentations, a medication use evaluation (MUE), a medication use guideline (MUG) as well as other pharmacotherapy and journal club presentations throughout the year. The resident will staff every third weekend. Please reference the Orlando Health website (listed below) for further details and application materials.
Residency Experience: PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency with Certificate
Required Degree: Pharm.D.
License State: Florida (to be obtained)
About Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital
Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks, and is based in Orlando, FL. Our facilities, advanced medical treatments and procedures, and highly qualified staff have distinguished Orlando Health as a healthcare leader for nearly two million Central Florida residents and 10,000 international visitors annually.
Orlando Health is a $3.8 billion not-for-profit healthcare organization with more than 3,200 beds serving Central Florida and beyond. Consisting of eight wholly-owned or affiliated hospitals and rehabilitation centers, Orlando Health has the area’s only Level One Trauma Centers for adults and pediatrics, and is a statutory teaching hospital system that offers both specialty and community hospitals. They are: Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center; Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital; Orlando Health South Lake Hospital; Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital; Orlando Health – Health Central Hospital; Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children; Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies; and affiliate, St. Cloud Regional Medical Center. Areas of clinical excellence are heart and vascular, ...cancer care, neurosciences, surgery, pediatric specialties, neonatology and women’s health.
The healthcare system also includes the Orlando Health Medical Group, one of the largest physician groups in the region with seven divisions and more than 600 physicians who provide primary and specialty care for adults and children, a renowned cancer center – Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center (with free-standing sites in downtown Orlando, the Dr. Phillips community in southwest Orlando, Lake Mary, Ocoee and Clermont); four outpatient surgery centers; 11 wholly-owned, affiliated or partnership urgent care centers; and a majority interest in an entity operating five outpatient imaging centers.
More than 3,100 physicians have privileges across the Orlando Health system, which is also one of the area’s largest employers with more than 20,200 employees who support our philosophy of providing high-quality care and service that revolves around patients’ needs. Orlando Health proves this everyday with more than 167,000 inpatient admissions, more than 2.7 million outpatient visits and more than 20,000 international patients each year. Additionally, Orlando Health provides more than $620 million in total value to the community in the form of charity care, community benefit programs and services, community building activities and more.