At Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, our Pharmacy Residency program focuses on providing students an opportunity to become qualified, independent practitioners able to provide excellent patient care in a variety of hospital settings.
This twelve-month postgraduate training program provides participants the opportunity to combine their knowledge with attitudes and skills needed to optimize patient outcomes and excel professionally. We will provide the leadership needed to ensure that participants leave our program with a high level of maturity and leadership, and be able to perform practice-related projects.
The resident and Program Director will develop a customized residency program plan for each resident based on resident goals and interests and opportunities available within the Covenant Health System.
We welcome your interest in our Pharmacy Residency program and hope to share with you the benefits of working with Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.
Purpose: PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
Description: Pharmacists completing this residency will competently and confidently provide direct pharmaceutical care to multiple patient populations in a community-based health system environment. Required rotations include Cardiology, Critical Care, Distributive Practice, Emergency Medicine, Infectious disease, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Practice management,
Elective rotations must include one of the following: Oncology, Geriatrics, Nutrition Support (TPNs), Home infusion pharmacy, and several others (including advanced month of required rotations.
Residency Program Director: Stefanie Reid, PharmD, BCCCP: Sreid3@covhlth.com
Application materials required to be submitted through PhorCAS include: college transcripts, letter of intent, CV, 3 completed letters of reference; must be eligible for pharmacist licensure in Tennessee upon completion of Doctor of Pharmacy degree.