Additional benefits include:
-Medical, prescription, disability, and retirement
-Dedicated wellness afternoons monthly off service/rotation
-10 days of paid time off plus 5 interview days plus 5 sick days plus business time for conferences
-Dedicated time off for holidays not staffing (3 days for minor holidays and 5 days for major)
-Free access to Office of Workplace Counseling and Wellness
-Moonlighting pay at pharmacist salary for any additional shifts voluntarily picked up
-Dedicated work space with personal laptop computer
-Remote work opportunity for non-direct patient care experiences and research month
2 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Come train with the Leaders and Best at the University of Michigan Health System! We have one of the oldest residency programs in the country with over 150 preceptors and 70 rotation options. University of Michigan Health is a 1000 bed organization that has an adult-based level 1 trauma center University Hospital, a pediatric-based level 1 trauma center C.S. Mott Hospital, a nationally recognized Cardiovascular Center, a NCI-designated Rogel Cancer Center, and over 120 ambulatory care sites located in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan.
PGY1 Pharmacy plus PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency
This program will be physically present at ASHP Midyear Conference but will not be participating in PPS. Informational sessions will be conducted virtually and in person. Please see information below for details. If you are not available for one of these sessions or would like to meet for more information, please contact Jenn Leja (firstname.lastname@example.org).
University of Michigan Health Virtual Pharmacy Residency Showcase Thursday, November 17th, 2022 7-8 PM EST Sign up here by November 7th: at/DFNPS
University of Michigan HSPAL Residency Informational Session Monday, December 5th, 2022 5-5:30 PM PST (at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting)
The Department of Pharmacy Services at the University of Michigan Health is recruiting applicants for a two-year PGY1 Pharmacy & PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership, with option for a third fellowship year if completing an MBA. Residents who successfully complete this accredited HSPAL PGY2 pharmacy residency should possess competencies that qualify them for clinical or operational leadership careers and position them to be well-versed in all areas of pharmacy management.
This residency program is designed to prepare residents to become successful pharmacy leaders by providing a wide array of experiences with leaders in pharmacy administration, renowned clinicians, and world class experts in research, education, and population health. Upon completion of the program, residents will be prepared to accept leadership positions in settings throughout the health care enterprise
All HSPAL residents completing the University of Michigan Ross or University of Wisconsin Consortium MBA program will be expected to complete a third fellowship year. The fellowship year is intended to provide the resident with an opportunity to apply all that they have learned in the previous two years. The fellow will either be assigned as an interim manager to an area or department in need, or as an assistant manager to an existing manager/director. During the course of the year the fellow will be assessed for potential as a manager for a permanent role at Michigan Medicine. If the resident does not complete the third year they are required to re-pay Michigan Medicine $30,000 of the salary supplement paid to them over the year. The salary for the third year will be $95,000 or as per the letter of acceptance. Attendance at, and support for, professional development conferences will be handled the same as for other managers. There is neither a requirement nor expectation that the fellow will attend the same conferences that they did as a resident. The fellow will meet on a monthly basis with the Chief Pharmacy Officer along with their supervisor to assure they are overseeing personnel and operations as intended as well as to check on the status of assigned work.
The Health System Pharmacy Administration (HSPAL) residency at the University of Michigan is designed to train exceptional future pharmacy managers and leaders. Managing contemporary pharmacy services in a large health system is very similar to running a mid-size company. Furthermore, it is expected that our graduates will rise to administrative positions that require not only pharmacy specific knowledge and skills, but also significant business knowledge. A master’s degree in business administration (MBA) provides the optimal training for developing business proposals, analyzing finances, and understanding the business language of others at the highest levels of any organization. As such, all graduates of our program will be expected to have this level of education and training. The MBA requirement is waived for residents who have already earned this degree. There are 3 options to complete advanced leadership training: online MBA with University of Michigan Ross School of Business, online MBA with University of Wisconsin, or ASHP Pharmacist Leadership Academy. Please check out our website for more details: https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/pharmacy/residencies/pgy-1-pgy-2-combined/pgy1-pgy2-combined-health-system-pharmacy-administration-leadership
PGY1 year: Adult Internal medicine, critical care, ambulatory care (either 1 month or longitudinal), medication use policy, operations, practice management (2 months), and research month (always December)
PGY2 year: Informatics and technology, medication use systems, ambulatory care management, and research (always December)
Elective optional rotations:
PGY1 year: Up to 4 months available in a variety of different direct patient care areas
PGY2 year: Up to 3 months available in supply chain management, academia administration, research pharmacy administration, home care administration, managed care administration, community pharmacy administration, policy/regulatory administration, medication safety, specialty pharmacy administration, senior leadership, transitions of care, infusion, and inpatient pharmacy administration
Longitudinal experiences: MBA coursework if enrolled, research and writing projects both years, didactic teaching at College of Pharmacy, HSPAL topic discussions, various pharmacy committees, clinical case conference, administrator on call
Staffing: Depends if you enroll in MBA program:
PGY1 year: Ranges from 16-22 weekends
PGY2 year: Ranges from 12-16 weekends
Each year will have 1 major and 1 minor holiday block
DEI Primary Care Fellowship with University of Michigan College of Pharmacy
This position will NOT be physically present at ASHP Midyear or PPS. Please see contact information below.
This is a 2 year fellowship that is paid and competitive opportunities for those having completed a PGY1 residency, or comparable ambulatory care experience. The evolving field of Pharmacy is poised to make a substantial contribution to improving racial health equity, by expanding pharmacists’ skill sets in working with diverse populations. The College of Pharmacy is committed to be part of the solution, and is working to address racial health equity, through research, education, clinical practice, and societal engagement.
The Primary Care fellowship is a collaboration between the University of Michigan and The Community Health and Social Services (CHASS) Center, Inc., a community-based, not for profit organization in Detroit, MI, that was formed to develop, promote, and provide comprehensive, accessible and affordable quality primary health care and support services to all residents of the community, with special emphasis on the underserved African-American and Latino population. This fellowship will require the successful candidate to be fluent in Spanish, including Medical Spanish. The City of Detroit is the largest and most-populous city in the state of Michigan. It anchors the second largest regional economy in the Midwest (behind Chicago). The city has a very diverse culture and a rich history. The CHASS Center is located in the Mexicantown neighborhood of Southwest Detroit. Detroit's Mexican population began settling in the area in the 1920s, and waves of immigration came in the 1970s and 1980s, adding to the community. In the late 1980s, the neighborhood was christened "Mexicantown" as part of a public relations campaign. Mexicantown is a thriving community, whose population demographics are 50% Hispanic, 25% are African American, 20% non-Hispanic white and 5% Arab American, according to the Southwest Detroit Business Association. Despite its name, the neighborhood's Hispanic community is not exclusively Mexican, and has a significant number of Puerto Ricans and other Hispanics as well, although over half of the Hispanics in the area are of Mexican origin.
Beatriz Mitrzyk: Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy: email@example.com
Eligible for Michigan pharmacist and controlled substance licenses
Application in PhORCAS system is due by January 1st, 2023
PharmD from an accredited university or equivalent
Completion of a PGY1 residency from an accredited program or comparable ambulatory care experience
Good oral and written communication skills, ethics, professionalism and ability to work in a team-based environment
The University of Michigan Health System includes three hospitals, approximately 40 health centers and 140 outpatient clinics, the UM Medical School and its Faculty Group Practice, and the Michigan Health Corporation. Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Health System maintains the first university-owned hospital in the United States and the oldest College of Pharmacy in a state-supported institution.