PURPOSE/MISSION: The Intermountain Healthcare PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency will develop clinical pharmacy specialists in a variety of ambulatory care settings equipping them with the leadership skills necessary to develop a patient centered pharmacy practice in collaboration with the healthcare team while also supporting the profession through education and research. To achieve this, residents will 1) Establish or enhance a patient-centered, interdisciplinary ambulatory practice. 2) Develop leadership skills required to further the pharmacy profession through advocacy, education, public health promotion and research. 3) Utilize effective communication skills to develop professional relationships and become an integral member of the healthcare team. 4) Demonstrate the skills necessary to become an effective educator of healthcare professionals and healthcare professionals in training. 5) Serve as an authoritative resource on the optimal use of medications in the ambulatory setting.
PRACTICE SITES/ROTATIONS: Residents will train in a variety of ambulatory care clinic sites across Intermountain Healthcare’s system of hospitals and clinics. They will benefit in many ways from completing specialty training within a nationally-recognized integrated healthcare system. Primary rotation sites will exist at Intermountain Medical Center, McKay-Dee Hospital, Primary Children’s Hospital, and Intermountain Medical Group Clinics. Residents will have a core continuity clinic rotation in family medicine or internal medicine. Additional required rotations include geriatrics, community care team, and practice management. Elective rotations in transplant, heart failure, psychiatry, pediatrics, pain management, diabetes, academia, oncology, and others are also offered. Residents will have opportunities to precept students and PGY1 residents and lecture at one of two local colleges of pharmacy. A teaching certificate is offered. A service development/enhancement project and a research project of publishable/presentable quality are required. Limited staffing and on-call (at home) requirements are expected, which is consistent with all Intermountain Healthcare residents.
Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (ACPE accredited), PGY1 residency, pharmacist licensure in Utah, willing to complete an onsite interview
Additional Salary Information: Residents (and their family members) will enjoy a full range of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance. Intermountain offers many insurance benefits to protect you and your family including health, dental, pet, life, and disability insurance coverage. Retirement programs, a travel stipend and a generous paid time off program (paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave) are additional benefits of the program.
Internal Number: PGY2AMCARE
About Intermountain Healthcare
Intermountain Healthcare is a charitable, nonprofit, community-owned healthcare organization based in Salt Lake City, Utah that serves the health needs of Utah and Idaho residents. The Intermountain system includes 23 hospitals as well as clinics, home health agencies, women’s centers, drug dependency units, affiliated physicians and health insurance plans. For more information please visit our website.