WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
WVU Medicine - Camden Clark Medical Center
Location: Parkersburg, West Virginia
As a member hospital within the WVU Medicine system, Camden Clark Medical Center (CCMC) is a full service, freestanding community hospital providing primary, secondary and selective tertiary services via 302 operational beds. Located in Parkersburg, WV, CCMC serves ten counties located along the Ohio River and Mid-Ohio Valley of West Virginia and Southeast Ohio, and over the past decade has helped to build the Mid-Ohio Valley Rural Health Alliance, a respected regional health network. CCMC campus includes Inpatient Services, Behavioral Health Unit, Cardiac Care Center, Cancer Care Center, Ambulatory Infusion Center, and Outpatient Pharmacy. CCMC functions as a primary stroke center, a level 3 trauma center, and an American College of Cardiology accredited Chest Pain Center with Primary PCI with Resuscitation. Acute care pharmacy services include the central inpatient pharmacy, ICU pharmacy satellite, and decentralized pharmacists located on hospital units. The ambulatory satellite pharmacy services the infusion center and medical oncology clinic. CCMC is also proud to offer outpatient pharmacy services to patients, community members, and employees.
CCMC is seeking two highly motivated PGY1 residents who would like to contribute to the establishment and legacy of our PGY1 Program. Our PGY1 program is designed and structured to integrate residents into the pharmacy and healthcare team, allowing residents to utilize their didactic and practical experiences to develop expert knowledge in clinical patient care, medication use systems, and administrative areas of pharmacy practice. With a variety of available learning experiences including critical care, infectious disease, medical oncology, and transitions of care, our residents will have the ability to complete required experiences and choose elective experiences that speak to their personal interests. Additionally, residents have the opportunity to mentor pharmacy students and to complete a Teaching Certificate Program offered in conjunction with the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.
Applicants must be Doctor of Pharmacy graduates from an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy; be licensed or eligible for pharmacist licensure in West Virginia; and possess requisite patient care training or experience. Pharmacy residents must acquire and maintain a valid license to practice pharmacy in West Virginia.
WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center is a free-standing community hospital that is a member hospital within the WVU Medicine system. Camden Clark Medical Center serves ten counties in the Mid-Ohio Valley and surrounding areas by providing primary, secondary, and tertiary services via 302 licensed beds. Camden Clark Medical Center offers competitive benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance.