Indiana University Health Ball Memorial - PGY1 Residency
Indiana University Health
Location: Muncie, Indiana
Required Education: PharmD
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN is a 300-bed community teaching hospital PGY1 residency program offering a customizable learning experience. Residents complete required rotations in internal medicine, critical care, cardiology, drug information, anticoagulation clinic, ambulatory care, administration, and ACLS/BLS certification. Elective rotations are available in infectious diseases/antimicrobial stewardship, outpatient hematology/oncology, cardiac critical care, and advanced adult medicine. Residents actively participate in inpatient inter-disciplinary rounding with hospitalists. Residents learn pharmacy operations and IV admixtures through staffing every other weekend. Residents earn a teaching certificate through active participation in the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching certificate program, precepting pharmacy students, and delivering continuing medical education to family medicine and internal medicine residents. Residents complete a research project and a medication use evaluation. Through these learning activities, residents develop their commitment to lifelong learning and professional practice.
The qualified applicant must possess a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and must be eligible for Indiana licensure. Application Requirements (submitted via PhORCAS) include: Letter of Intent CurriculumVitae Three PhORCAS Recommendation Forms Official College Transcripts Residency Candidate Survey (Uploaded via the Supplemental Materials section in PhORCAS)
Indiana University Health is the largest network of physicians in the state of Indiana. A unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine, one of the nation’s leading medical schools, gives patients access to leading-edge medicine and treatment options that are available first, and often only, at IU Health.