Exempt position with no additional staffing component.
Insurance: We offer a generous flexible benefits program including medical, dental, and vision for you and your family.
Paid Time Away Summary:
-Professional meeting: 12 days
-Interview days: 5 days
-Vacation: 10 days
-Sick: 8 days
-Paid holidays: 7 days (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day)
A relocation stipend of $1,500 is provided to offset moving costs.
Professional Meetings: A stipend of $1,500 is provided to offset costs of travel and accommodations. Residents are required to attend three professional meetings:
-ASHP Midyear (Additional $1,000 provided for travel and meeting expenses)
-WSPA Annual Meeting or Northwest Pharmacy Convention
-One additional regional or national meeting to present continuing education
2 openings available.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Mission and Purpose Providence St. Peter Family Medicine pharmacy residency is committed to excellence in patient-centered care and advancement of pharmacy practice.
The purpose of Providence St. Peter Family Medicine residency program is to train pharmacists who specialize in provision of primary care services within an interdisciplinary team while advancing patient-centered care through quality improvement, practice based leadership, and education of the health care team.
This residency prepares pharmacists to pursue an ambulatory care role where initiation and expansion of services are needed, and pharmacy leadership and education are desired.
Fostering Independence Preceptors emphasize independence and growth in all learning experiences. By fostering ownership of clinical tasks, educational endeavors, and project management, we aim to graduate pharmacists who are prepared to thrive as an independent ambulatory care pharmacist.
Work and Life Balance We believe in cultivating a resident’s ability to maintain work life balance while sustaining the highest level of patient care and active leadership in pharmacy practice. Residents do not have a required staffing component.
Dedicated project time is scheduled 8 hours per week
Southwest Washington is the ideal location for personal wellness, adventure and relaxation
Curriculum Providence St. Peter Family Medicine Residency is a multi-site program where residents are assigned a primary clinic. For more information on the primary clinic sites, please click on the following links:
Educational Outcomes Upon completion of this residency, the resident will be able to:
Provide patient-centered, evidence based care for complex patients with chronic conditions
Develop and implement sustainable pharmacy services within an interdisciplinary team
Effectively educate and empower learners throughout the health care system
Demonstrate excellence in leadership and practice management skills
Required Experiences Family medicine Geriatrics Education Scholarly Activity Service Development Service Enhancement Leadership Population Health
Elective Experiences Residents collaborate with their preceptors to create an experience unique to their personal goals. New electives may be created at the resident’s request if appropriate documentation and deadlines are met.
Academia Acute Care Addiction Medicine Administration Behavioral Health Cardiology Endocrinology Global Health Hepatitis C Psychiatry Oncology Rheumatology Neurology Rural Family Medicine Palliative Care Transitions of Care Pediatrics Women's Health
Must possess or be eligible for licensure in the state of Washington. Completion of, or in the process of completing, an ASHP Accredited PGY1 pharmacy residents or PGY1 exempt per ASHP standards.
About Providence St. Peter Family Medicine, PGY2 Ambulatory Care
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