The pharmacy residents work collaboratively with faculty physicians, medical residents, and other healthcare providers. Pharmacists are involved clinically in medication therapy management, anticoagulation, diabetes, asthma/COPD, pain management, and geriatric team assessments, with the potential for more opportunities as developed by our faculty pharmacist and residents.
One pharmacy resident is based out of the family medicine clinic, while the other resident is based out of the Healthcare for the Homeless clinic; however, both positions are well-integrated. Both residents are involved in all aspects of a 340B medication dispensary and clinical pharmacy services at both sites.
All learning experiences occur longitudinally, throughout the residency, unless otherwise indicated. There is plenty of room for flexibility and customization to resident interests.