PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) 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.
The BHF PGY1 residency program is designed to enable the resident to provide progressive pharmacy services in a variety of clinical settings for an acute care regional hospital. The program emphasizes the resident’s development of advanced knowledge and application of pharmacotherapeutics as part of a multi-disciplinary patient care team. The resident is exposed to many different clinical and professional elements important to current practices of clinical pharmacy. Responsibilities include participation in the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee and the Antimicrobial Stewardship committee meetings and initiatives, precepting students, presenting classroom lectures and conducting valuable research to expand clinical pharmacy services. Resident’s experiences are customized and adapted throughout the year to allow them to meet their individual goals. Residency preceptors challenge the resident to excel in a supportive community environment and prepare them to be future leaders in the pharmacy profession.
Three positions available
Estimated $54,000 stipend per year
Approximate start date is late June
Modern pharmacy with dedicated resident office space
Residency Mentor Program
Resident Career Development Workshops
Focus on resident wellness
Quarterly resident assessment of residency program
Progressive pharmacy services
Highly-trained and passionate preceptors
Ability to customize resident experiences
Orientation is the first rotation of the residency year, followed immediately by Internal Medicine. The remaining schedule will be customized based on individual resident needs and goals. Each resident will select a minimum of four elective rotations. Each resident's schedule will also include a staffing and project block approximately halfway through the residency year.
Pharmacotherapy & Precepting
Advanced Infectious Diseases
Cardiovascular Critical Care
Surgical In-patient Services
Transitions of Care
Administration & Operations
Drug Information & Medication Safety
Teaching & Learning
Each resident is required to staff every third weekend and two holidays; residents are granted an office day the Monday following their staffing weekend.
Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services is a 225-bed, acute care regional healthcare provider with one of Southern Indiana's most advanced comprehensive cardiac surgery programs. The hospital offers a full continuum of care from inpatient care to rehab services to home healthcare.
Our medical staff is a well-built team of more than 600 physicians, representing a variety of specialties. The hospital currently employs over 2,000 associates.