Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC) in Anchorage is Alaska's largest most advanced medical facility serving patients statewide. It has 401 acute care beds with a Level II Trauma and Primary Stroke Center, Children's Hospital with a Level III NICU, and a Cancer Therapy Center. PAMC is a non-profit community hospital and part of the integrated Providence St. Joseph Health system which spans across seven states. The Alaska region includes Providence Kodiak, Valdez, and Seward Medical Centers, Providence Extended Care and Transitional Care Centers, Providence Family Medicine Clinic, general medical and senior clinics, assisted living and drug abuse rehabilitation facilities, and an outpatient infusion center. The health system supports a Family Practice Medical Residency program and provides training sites for the University of Alaska at Anchorage (UAA) Nursing and UAA/Idaho State University Doctor of Pharmacy programs.
The pharmacy department employs over 70 pharmacists, technicians, and support personnel with 24 hours per day services including:
Centralized unit dose distribution, order verification and IV Admixture service
Decentralized Clinical Services including an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
ICU Satellite pharmacy and order verification
Cancer Therapy Center and Outpatient IV Infusion
Decentralized pharmacists, pharmacy residents, and pharmacy students serve major care areas including medicine/family medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, critical care, neurology, renal care, oncology, behavioral health, and the Children's Hospital.
PAMC has one (1) PGY2 Oncology resident who will gain knowledge and experience through required learning experiences and elective learning experiences. Required learning experiences include: Adult Inpatient I,II,II; Infusion Center I, II, III; Pediatric Oncology I, II, and Bone Marrow Transplant (unless previously completed during a PGY1 residency). Bone Marrow transplant rotation will take place at an offsite institution. Elective rotations include: Oncology System Administration, Investigational Drug Services, Palliative Care, Genetics, and Nutrition. Longitudinal experiences include Hematology, Private Practice Shadowing Experiences, and the AKPhA Oncology CE Lecture Series.
To be eligible for a Providence Alaska Medical Center Pharmacy Residency, applicants must have completed or be in the process of completing a PGY1 Pharmacy residency and submit the following via PhORCAS:
A letter stating why you are interested in doing a PGY2 Oncology residency and specifically why at PAMC
A CV and all of your pharmacy school transcripts
Three references via the Standardized Reference Form
Application deadline: January 5
About Providence Alaska Medical Center
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