*NMS Code 269813 - The residency experience integrates clinical, administrative, and distributive functions to teach skills necessary to become pharmaceutical care professionals. The program is designed to meet the resident's goals. Required Learning Experiences: Ambulatory Care, Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Administrative Practice. Elective Learning Experiences: Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Neurocritical Care, Progressive Care, Oncology, Infectious Disease, and Medication Safety. Residents will also have opportunities in obtaining a Teaching Certificate, presenting a research project at Western States Conference, operational staffing, committee participation, precepting IPPE/APPE students, and interdisciplinary team-based care with the Family Practice Medical Residents. Clinical Services include: code blue participation, antithrombotic management, antimicrobial management, pharmacokinetic/renal dosing, Parenteral Nutrition, electrolyte management, pain management, glucose management, and IV/PO conversions.
Applicants must apply though the ASHP Match process. Requirements include: ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy, eligible for licensure in California, 3 letters of recommendations in PhORCAS format, a cover letter describing the elements of the program that most interest you. In addition: submit a short video of yourself (upload to youtube) and email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org that contains the following: (a) Introduce yourself – say your full name and pharmacy school; (b) Answer the question: “Why did you choose pharmacy as a profession?” (c) Duration is 2 minutes or less; (d) Email Subject: "Your Name – Residency Application Video".
About John Muir Health
JMH is a level II Trauma Center consisting of 2 medical campuses, Ambulatory Care, Behavioral Health, Urgent Care, and multiple Outpatient Clinics all over the East Bay Area. JMH is a nationally recognized health care facility that is affiliated with the UCSF School of Pharmacy and Touro University School of Pharmacy. The majority of preceptors are residency trained, board certified, involved in local/regional conferences, and hold offices in professional organizations.