For the 2024-2025 residency year, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Residency Training Program through OU Health outpatient clinics in Oklahoma City seeks to fill one (1)PGY2 position inAmbulatory Care. This residency program is sponsored in affiliation with the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy and accredited through ASHP.
The PGY2 Ambulatory Care residency is a 12-month program providing employment and the academic rank of Clinical Instructor with the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. Residents are primarily involved in clinical practice at OU HealthGeneral Internal Medicine outpatient clinics with opportunity for additional learning experiences at affiliated metro area partners. Residents contribute to the education of pharmacy students, resident physicians, medical students, faculty physicians, and other members of the healthcare team. PGY2 residents receive an advanced teaching and precepting skills certificate and complete a structured research process and project. The residency program provides opportunities to practice in interdisciplinary collaborative practice clinics and is designed to meet the individual interests and needs of the resident.
The stipend for PGY2 residents is $49,000 for the residency year. Residents have 10 vacation days and 14 days of holiday time during the residency year as well as paid professional leave to attend at least one professional conference and up to 8 additional paid leave days for interviewing for post-residency positions. The University of Oklahoma offers a flexible benefits package.
Candidates must have a Pharm.D. degree from an ACPE-accredited college or school of pharmacy, have completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency, be eligible for licensure in the state of Oklahoma, and demonstrate the personal and professional maturity required of the specialty pharmacy practitioner.
Interested individuals are encouraged to view residency-specific information at https://pharmacy.ouhsc.edu/programs/residency. Requirements for the application dossier include a completed PhORCAS application, letter of intent, curriculum vitae, transcripts from Doctor of Pharmacy coursework, and three standardized PhORCAS references. Along with PhORCAS registration, all candidates must register with the ASHP Residency Matching Program through National Matching Services. Applications for the 2024-2025 residency year should be submitted no later than January 2, 2024.
Contact Name: Brittany Soriano Title: Experiential and Residency Programs Coordinator Address: 1110 N. Stonewall Avenue, CPB 135, Oklahoma City, OK 73117 Phone: 405-271-6484 ext. 47288 Email: Brittany-Soriano@ouhsc.edu
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