Our pharmacy department offers you an ideal learning environment as a pharmacy resident. You have the flexibility to tailor your residency experience to your specific interests. Your clinical experiences will offer a of myriad opportunities to pursue your professional goals while you prepare to become an independent clinician, pursue a PGY2 or fellowship in a specialized area, or serve as a preceptor for pharmacy students.
Our decentralized services are provided by service line teams, which include clinical pharmacists, clinical specialists, and technicians in the areas of critical care, internal medicine/surgery, solid organ transplant, women's and children's health, oncology and cardiology. The staff in these areas are directly engaged in providing pharmaceutical care to our patients and serve as an immediate resource for the medical and nursing staff concerning drug information and drug therapy review.
Required areas of training include: internal medicine, critical care, practice management, transitions of care, and infectious disease. Elective learning experiences are chosen based on personal goals and can include oncology, bone marrow transplantation, transplant (abdominal/thoracic), medical/cardiovascular/surgical/trauma ICU, neonatal ICU, emergency department, and investigational drug services. Longitudinal experiences include: code blue, drug information, research, staffing and a teaching certificate in affiliation with the University of North Texas.
The Baylor Scott & White Health PGY1 Pharmacy Residency is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).
Our program is based on the Residency Learning System (RLS) developed by ASHP and managed by the Residency Advisory Committee (RAC). The RAC closely follows residents' progress through the training program and provides direction when necessary.
We accept four PGY1 residents each year. We also have one PGY2 position in each of the following areas: Critical Care, Oncology and Transplant.
Looking for well-rounded candidates with research, leadership, work and presentation experience.
Eligible Candidates must have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, minimum GPA 3.0 and Texas licensure eligibility.
Applications must be submitted via PhORCAS
A letter of intent detailing reason for interest in completing a pharmacy practice residency, short and long-term career goals and how our program will assist in meetings those goals
Three letters of recommendation, with at least one completed by a supervisor/manager
Academic transcripts for professional pharmacy education
About Baylor University Medical Center
Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, provides a wide variety of experiences that would be challenging to encounter at smaller facilities. As the flagship hospital for a 26 hospital health system, BUMC is an integral part of driving change within the system. We are a Level 1 Trauma, comprehensive stroke center and receives some of the sickest patients in the Dallas area. Our medicine, cardiology, and ICUs often receive patient transfers for higher levels of care, always ensuring our residents see the most interesting cases in the system. We are always looking for additional experiences to add to the program so it can be tailored to your interests.