PRN pay for inpatient shifts available on weekends
Stipend: $45,000 per year
PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy residents at Cookeville Regional Medical Center will be exposed to a variety of different specialty clinics and disease states. Currently residents rotate through a cardiology clinic, nephrology clinic, pulmonary clinic, and a transitional care clinic. PGY2 residents at Cookeville Regional Medical Center receive a generous degree of autonomy and therefore must possess conscientious confidence as well as an advanced base knowledge of pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy. Successful residents will also possess skill and confidence in public speaking for numerous presentations to other health-care professionals as well as the community. Residency graduates should possess competencies that enable attainment of board certification in pharmacotherapy and are qualified to practice as a clinical pharmacy specialist or become Clinical/Teaching track faculty member at a College of Pharmacy.
Pharm. D. degree
Completion of a PGY-1 clinical residency program required
Must be licensed by State of Tennessee
One-year experience as PGY1 direct patient care pharmacy resident required in health-system setting preferred.
Must have thorough knowledge of pharmacotherapy concepts in order to resolve drug therapy related problems and ability to apply knowledge gained to everyday patient care.
Ability to create and complete a residency project.
Good communication skills linking pharmacy, nursing service, the medical staff and patients is mandatory.
Actively engaged in teaching medical center staff, pharmacy residents, and pharmacy students.
Internal Number: 54048
About Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Cookeville Regional Medical Center is a 247-bed community owned regional referral center in the heart of the Upper Cumberland in Middle Tennessee. Serving our population since 1950, we have grown to provide inpatient, outpatient, rehabilitation emergency care, and ambulatory care in addition to a host of specialty services such as The Heart Center and The Cancer Center. While training at a nationally recognized, award-winning health care facility, residents can utilize Cookeville’s unique geographic location for unrivaled relaxation experiences. Outdoor activities are plentiful including hiking and cycling trails, clear freshwater lakes, waterfalls, and natural forests. Drive 1-2 hours to Nashville, Knoxville, or Chattanooga and gain access to outstanding college and professional sports, fantastic music and entertainment, and numerous historical and educational attractions.