The PGY2 Emergency Medicine (EM) Pharmacy Residency Program at CaroMont Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is a 12-month learning experience which strives to inspire and promote professional growth within the EM specialty through focusing the majority of rotations in the Emergency Department (ED) and allowing for independent practice with preceptor oversight. Following the completion of residency, the pharmacist will be recognized as a board certification-eligible EM pharmacy clinician that provides evidence-based drug therapy management who is capable of establishing and advancing EM pharmacy practice.
The ED at CRMC is a 65-bed, Level 3 trauma center accommodating approximately 100,000 patient visits annually. The department includes designated areas for pediatric, pediatric psychiatry, and adult psychiatry patients. Clinical pharmacy services are provided by a decentralized emergency medicine pharmacist 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. The ED utilizes a bedside bar-coded drug administration system in combination with nearly 100% prospective pharmacy order verification to provide the highest quality care to our ED patients. CRMC is accredited by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care as a Chest Pain Center and is a recognized Primary Stroke Center. In addition to CRMC, CRMC Mount Holly is a 14-bed free-standing Emergency Department located 10 miles northeast of the main medical center which also provides emergency medicine clinical pharmacy services.
Required Learning Experiences:
Orientation (1 month)
Introduction to Emergency Medicine (2 months)
Adult Emergency Medicine I (Trauma/Neurology) (1 month)
Adult Emergency Medicine II (Cardiovascular/Pulmonary) (1 month)
Adult Emergency Medicine III (Gastrointestinal/Renal/Endocrine) (1 month)
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (1 month)
Emergency Medicine Precepting (1 month)
Critical Care (1 month)
Toxicology (1 month; at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center - Charlotte)
Neonatal Intensive Care (1 week)
Pre-Hospital Care (2 weeks)
Elective Learning Experiences:
Advanced Emergency Medicine Precepting (1 month)
Advanced Infectious Disease (1 month)
Special Populations (1 month)
Management (1 month)
Advanced repeat of core rotation (1 month)
Other elective learning experience may be developed based on resident interest and preceptor availability
Longitudinal Learning Experiences:
Research Project (12 months)
Ambulatory Emergency Medicine (12 months)
Staffing (12 months)
Practice Management & Education (12 months)
Q3 & Q4 Project Management (6 months)
National Matching Service (NMS) Number: 637669
Application Deadline: January 3, 2023, 11:59 p.m. EST (8.59 p.m. PST)
Please see our website for additional program information and application requirements.
The mission of CaroMont Health is to provide exceptional care to the communities we serve. Established in 1946, CaroMont Regional Medical Center provides impressive specialties and service offerings orchestrated by some of the most experienced and dedicated medical staff in the region. Our vision is to provide outstanding patient care based upon integrity, teamwork, compassion, innovation and professionalism. We are a 435-bed, not-for-profit general and acute care facility, offering a range of services that rival much larger metropolitan facilities. CaroMont Regional Medical Center is the anchor of CaroMont Health, a health care system with five affiliate companies including a network of 46 primary and specialty physician offices.