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Program Rotations

Longitudinal Rotations and Additional Projects
Staffing
ACLS Certification
Drug Information
Pharmacy Grand Rounds
Research / Quality Improvement Project
Teaching Certificate

Core Rotations


Antimicrobial Stewardship

The Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) service is an informational resource that coordinates antimicrobial-focused education and administrative initiatives. Residents review treatment regimens to optimize patients' therapy and examine specific ID topics discovered during global assessment of antimicrobial therapy. Time is divided between global treatment plan assessment, individualized learning and discussion of ID topics, and work on specific ID initiatives.

Critical Care I

During the Critical Care I rotation, residents attend daily multi-disciplinary rounds with the ICU team. Along with the preceptor, residents will be responsible for all aspects of medication therapy management for up to 24 medical and surgical ICU patients. The residents' active participation during codes, knowledge of critical care pharmacotherapy, and serving as a drug information resource are emphasized.

Emergency Medicine I

During the Emergency Medicine (EM) I rotation, residents learn pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of conditions commonly seen in an emergency department. Residents participate in the roles and responsibilities of an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist, including optimization of medication use while interacting with the interdisciplinary team, order review, medication procurement and preparation. Residents also participate in high-risk procedures such as resuscitation and rapid sequence intubation.

Family Medicine Clinic / Skilled Nursing Facility (Ambulatory Care)

During the Ambulatory Care rotation, residents gain pharmacotherapy experience in long-term patient care, including in our Skilled Care Unit that combines inpatient rehabilitation and 24-hour skilled nursing care. Residents are assigned patients for all their pharmacy care, including a comprehensive review of all of a patients' conditions and medications. Residents also attend interdisciplinary meetings where the care team reviews the patients' care needs. Residents also spend two days in the Family Medicine Clinic where they will participate in Coumadin Clinic and manage patients currently taking warfarin.

Internal Medicine

During the Internal Medicine rotation, residents round on the hospital units with Hospital Medicine Group in both multi-disciplinary rounds and bedside rounds to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care including prospective patient chart reviews, optimize patient medication therapy, coordinate pharmaceutical services when needed, provide nursing and/or staff education and counsel patients on new medication upon discharge.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) / Labor and Deliver Postpartum Recovery (LDPR)

During the NICU and LDPR rotation, residents interpret medication orders and compound and dispense medications accurately and safely for NICU & LDPR patients. Residents also round with the NICU team in multi-disciplinary rounds to provide recommendations and to answer drug-related questions.

Pharmacy Administration

During the Pharmacy Administration rotation, residents spend dedicated time with pharmacy department leaders to collaborate on departmental projects.

Elective Rotations


Critical Care II / Adult Burn

During the Critical Care rotation, residents collaborate with the adult burn surgery team about patients' medication management therapy and provide drug information to the team. Residents participate in multi-disciplinary rounds with the ICU team.

Emergency Medicine II

The Emergency Medicine II rotation is designed to build on skills learned during the Emergency Medicine I rotation. During this rotation, residents serve as the emergency department point of contact to ensure safe and effective medication use during emergencies. After the completion of the rotation, residents will be equipped to integrate into the emergency medicine interdisciplinary team, triage acutely ill patients, prioritize responsibilities, and make appropriate medication recommendations in a fast-paced environment.

Family Medicine Acute Care Rounds

The Family Medicine Acute Care Rounds rotation is designed to further develop clinical and analytical skills for providing excellent patient care. During the rotation, residents round with the family medicine education team to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care to a diverse patient population with a wide range of disease states, including adult and pediatric patients.

Family Medicine Clinic / Ambulatory Care II

The Family Medicine Clinic / Ambulatory Care II rotation is designed to further develop clinical and analytical skills for managing patients in the Coumadin Clinic and Family Medicine Clinic. Residents learn patient interview skills for both in-person and telehealth visits and participate in the Diabetes Education Program at the Health & Wellness Center.

Pharmacy Informatics

During the Pharmacy Informatics rotation, residents learn to use the hospitals clinical systems, including Paragon, Pyxis, DoseEdge and Theradoc. By using clinical databases, residents will learn cost-effective, clinically appropriate use of medications and related outcomes.