PGY-1 Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Inpatient Pharmacy
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Location: Everett, Washington
About Providence Regional Medical Center Everett:
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) is 597-bed community hospital located in northwest Washington State. PRMCE is part of the Providence St. Joseph Health System which operates over 50 hospitals across seven states. With two campuses located in Everett, Providence Everett offers comprehensive medical and surgical services as a regional referral center serving the rapidly growing Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties. The PGY1 residency program takes advantage of the many services provided at PRMCE including but not limited to orthopedic, neurosurgery, cancer, heart and vascular, cardiology, obstetrics, infectious disease, critical care, emergency and trauma care, neonatal/pediatric, inpatient rehabilitation and behavioral health services.
Pharmacy Residency Program Overview
PRMCE is committed to the well-rounded development of pharmacy practitioners. With a robust presence in all clinical areas, the residency program will provide the residents with opportunities to develop the clinical skills to provide excellent direct patient care that proactively advocates for their patients. The resident will also develop a strong foundation in critical thinking, communication, and clinical decision making through participation in quality assurance projects, patient safety initiatives, formulary development, and participation in interdisciplinary committees. Opportunities to precept and teach through affiliation with both the University of Washington and Washington State University Colleges of Pharmacy and Medicine are available.
Positions Available: 4
Salary: 55,000+ (TBD for 2023-2024 year)
Paid Time Off: 25 days which includes sick time and observed hospital holidays
Staffing Requirement: Part of your training will involve staffing every other weekend for a total of 21 weekends throughout the residency year. Staffing includes both the central distribution pharmacy and decentralized clinical shifts in order to ensure the resident is capable to staff in all distribution and clinical areas upon completion of the PGY1 program.
Residency Project: All residents will complete a year-long project based on departmental needs and resident interest. The project will be presented as a poster at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and at a regional conference at the end of the residency year. In addition, the project must be submitted in written form as a manuscript prior to the completion of the residency year.
PRMCE offers a broad selection of rotations to meet your specific professional goals. Rotations are selected and length of experience is determined based on the interest of the resident. Through our PGY1 program, you will gain the broad experience necessary for a successful career as an acute care clinical pharmacist.
Evening Intensive Care and Triage
Internal Medicine: Cardiology, Nephrology, Neurology, Surgery
To Apply Completed applications will only be accepted through the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) at ashp.org/PhORCAS no later than the application deadline date of January 1st.
Applicants must submit the following: • Letter of Intent • Curriculum vitae • Hand-written or typed supplemental questionnaire (see website for questions) • Three letters of professional recommendation • One official copy of college of pharmacy transcripts
At Providence Regional Medical Center Everett we are guided by the philosophy of the Sisters of Providence, we live their mission of caring for the poor and vulnerable right here in our community through our Core Values of Compassion, Dignity, Justice, Excellence, and Integrity.
The pharmacy department at PRMCE takes a proactive role in the improvement of medication practices by utilizing available technology to create processes that are safe, efficient and cost-effective. Additionally, our pharmacists are committed to the development and expansion of the pharmacist’s role in direct patient care. Clinical practices includes an extensive collaborative drug therapy management agreement and many pharmacist-initiated processes that improve the stewardship of medications leading to improved medication management and outcomes for patients across all care settings. These practices have resulted in the pharmacy being a well-integrated participant in multidisciplinary teams throughout the medical center.