Novant Health is transforming healthcare by designing a system that makes it simpler, more convenient and more affordable for patients in our communities. As part of the Novant Health postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) residency, you gain diverse experiences in pharmaceutical care and hospital pharmacy practice that allow you to achieve your professional goals.
Our PGY1 pharmacy practice residency programs provide a foundation of diverse experiences in pharmaceutical care, hospital pharmacy practice and ambulatory care pharmacy practice. It further prepares a pharmacy clinician for a patient care position or a post-grad year two (PGY2) residency program. Our programs are designed with flexibility in order to meet the residents’ professional needs and long term goals. Our program preceptors strive to provide an experience that will expose residents to a variety of practice in such areas as acute care, critical care and ambulatory care practice.
PharmD or equivalent
About PGY1- Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency (Novant Health)
The employee’s Number One job responsibility is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension, every time, and understand how he or she contributes to the health system’s vision of achieving that commitment to patients and families.
The Pharmacy Vision is to deliver optimal medication management across all dimensions of care, every time, and that each Pharmacy employee understands how he or she contributes to the health system’s vision of achieving that commitment to patients and families. Each Pharmacy employee will be essential in ensuring that Novant Health Pharmacy exists to ensure safe, effective, and affordable medication use in our communities, one person at a time.
The Pharmacy Resident will provide clinical pharmacy services for assigned area(s), optimizing the quality of patient care under the supervision of a preceptor. The pharmacy resident will be a self-directed, independent, motivated learner as guided by the Residency program director (RPD) and preceptors. Examples of major learning and development activities for the pharmacy resident include: initiate and participate in clinical rounds and research, provide education for physicians, nu...rses, pharmacists and other health care professionals regarding proper drug therapy, instruct pharmacy students, and conduct quality improvement projects. The pharmacy resident provides pharmacy operation support for the staffing component of the program to develop a well-rounded understanding of all aspects of pharmaceutical care within the hospital setting. The pharmacy resident acts in accordance with current policies and procedures. Appropriate and current state licensure and continuing education requirements must be completed by August 31 of their residency year to continue in the pharmacy residency program.