The PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency at Grady Memorial Hospital is designed to prepare ambulatory care specialists who are qualified to: practice in primary care as well as various specialty clinics; serve as preceptors for residents and students; and attain board certification in ambulatory care (BCACP). It provides both a solid foundation in Primary Care as well as experiences in multiple specialty areas including Hepatitis C, Advanced Lipid Management, and Ambulatory Administration. Elective opportunities include Specialty Pharmacy (Derm/Rheum/GI), Anticoagulation, Academia, Cardiology, Infectious Disease, Neurology and Oncology.
The staffing component requires two 4-hour shifts per month in one of our Neighborhood Health Clinics.
Research is completed longitudinally and follows a "flipped model".
Primary Care 1-4 (includes Geriatrics Clinic)
Liver (Hepatitis C) Clinic
Advanced Lipid Management (longitudinal)
Professional Development (longitudinal)
Presentations (1 Seminar; 1 Patient Case; each providing CE credit)
Elective Experiences (may choose 5)
Hematology/Oncology (Oral Chemotherapy) Clinic
Infectious Disease (HIV) Clinic
Specialty Clinics (Rheum/Derm/GI)
Transitions of Care Clinic
Inpatient Internal Medicine
Previous completion of a PGY-1 pharmacy residency (community, managed care or pharmacy practice) is required to apply.
Please see the Grady Residency Programs website for details on applying.