Fringe Benefits: Health insurance coverage for individual or family, 12 days annual leave, 5 days sick leave, educational leave to attend conferences/interviews, eligibility for term life and disability insurance, discounted meals, and free parking.
2 openings available.
This ambulatory care residency program offers advanced, comprehensive training that provides residents the opportunity to develop competency in various ambulatory care pharmacy practice settings. Residents will have the opportunity to participate in a teaching certificate program, formal lectures, precept students and PGY1 residents, complete a research project, and attend residency conferences. Learning experiences include academia, ambulatory infusion, cardiology, family medicine, heart failure, hematology/oncology, internal medicine, population health, pulmonary, rheumatology, transplant, neurology, and gastroenterology. Additional experiences may be available in emergency medicine, infectious disease, and specialty pharmacy.
Eligibility for Tennessee licensure as a registered pharmacist, college transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter of intent, 3 completed reference writer forms via PhORCAS, Pharm.D. degree from United States accredited college of pharmacy, United States citizenship or permanent residency, and completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency. All application materials will be accepted through PhORCAS.
The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a 710-bed, acute care, teaching hospital. It serves the entire East Tennessee region, providing all general and specialty clinical services and carries a Level I trauma center designation, supported by an aeromedical helicopter program. The medical center campus includes the UT College of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Medicine which houses a large Family Medicine Clinic. The pharmacy staff provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, through decentralized pharmacist teams supported by pharmacist specialists in a wide variety of clinical areas. Additionally, there are satellite pharmacies in the operating room and oncology areas. Ambulatory care is provided via specialty services to the patients in the Family Medicine Clinic, Patient-Centered Medical Home, and the Renal Transplant Clinic, among others.