Additional benefits include:
-Medical, prescription, disability, and retirement
-Dedicated wellness afternoons monthly off-service/rotation
-Combination of 15 flex vacation/sick/interview days of paid time off
-Dedicated time off for holidays, not staffing (3 days for minor holidays and 5 days for major)
-Free access to the Office of Workplace Counseling and Wellness
-Moonlighting pay at pharmacist salary for any additional shifts voluntarily picked up
-Dedicated workspace with personal laptop computer
-Remote work opportunity for non-direct patient care experiences and research month
Telecommuting is allowed.
Description:Come joinMichigan's number 1 hospitaland be the Leaders and Best! The University of Michigan Health Residency program is one of the first residency programs in the country and has received countless awards throughout the years, including the ASHP Residency Excellence Award! We have 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.
This program will be physically present at the ASHP Midyear Conference and PPS. This is a one-year ASHP-accredited PGY2 residency that is designed to develop practitioner expertise in pediatric pharmacotherapy and clinical skills by providing a diverse number of experiences in pediatrics. The C.S. Mott Children’s and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital is a 348-bed tertiary care academic medical center that will provide the resident with educational experience encompassing a variety of activities with an emphasis on pediatric therapy management. Services covered by pediatric pharmacists at Mott include general pediatrics, infectious disease/antimicrobial stewardship, hematology/oncology, neurology, pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), pediatric cardiothoracic intensive care unit (PCTU), neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), bone marrow transplantation, emergency medicine, surgery, labor and delivery, pain management, and investigational drug study support.
Required rotations: General Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Pediatric Cardiology and research (always December)
Elective optional rotations: Pediatric Infectious Diseases (clinical and stewardship), Pediatric Surgery, Solid Organ Transplant, Pain Management/Palliative Care, Acute Pain Management/Medication Safety, Investigational Drug Service, Pediatric Administration, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant, and Cystic Fibrosis Clinic
Longitudinal experiences: Pediatric subspecialties clinic, pediatric code coverage, teaching with adjunct clinical instructor appointment at the College of Pharmacy, research and writing project, Membership on pediatric medication safety committee, case conference mentorship of PGY1 residents,
Staffing: 15 weekends per year in the pediatric clinical and pediatric emergency department with 1 major and 1 minor holiday
The University of Michigan Health (UMH) includes three hospitals, approximately 30 health centers and 120 outpatient clinics, the UM Medical School and its Faculty Group Practice, and the Michigan Health Corp. 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.
The Mission of Michigan Medicine is "To advance health to serve Michigan and the world", and our Vision is that "Our discoveries change care. Our care changes lives." The Department of Pharmacy Services strives to see patients and their families through a number of services and locations. We serve our patients both in the inpatient and outpatient settings. When patients are in the hospital or receiving care at a UMH facility, pharmacists are there working with physicians and nurses to ensure the best care. Pharmacists serve as experts in drug therapy and dosing. Pharmacists perform functions like making sure chemotherapy orders are correct and properly dosed, helping patients and physicians with anticoagulation dosing, and dosing for drugs such as antibiotics and anticonvulsants. The pharmacy... also provides outpatient locations for patients to fill prescriptions. Because of the specialized care that UMH provides, other community-based pharmacies are not equipped to handle some of the complicated prescriptions that patients receive.