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Pharmacy Practice Residency

Our Pharmacy Practice Residency
The residency in pharmacy practice at Bayfront Medical Center is an ASHP-accredited program emphasizing in clinical pharmacy practice. The goal of the residency is to teach the resident all aspects of providing quality pharmaceutical care in an inpatient healthcare setting. The program follows the Residency Learning System (RLS) Model developed by ASHP

Residency Program
The residency offers training in pharmacy administration, nutritional support, pharmacokinetics, and internal medicine. The program is affiliated with ASHP and offers the ability to supervise and teach pharmacy students as well as participate in the University of Florida teaching certificate program. The resident is given the opportunity to present a formal project at the ASHP midyear meeting and at ASPEN. Other activities in which the resident will participate are attending the NOVA Southeastern University patient assessment institute, participating in P&T meetings/medical management teams, reporting of adverse drug reactions, and presenting drug use evaluations
Pharmacy Department
24-hour service
Centralized Pharmacy
McKesson Automation (Accudose cabinets and RobotRx)
Clerkship site for Doctor of Pharmacy students from Florida A&M University, University of Florida, and Mercer University
Clinical Services: Nutrition Support, Pharmacokinetics, Renal Dosing, IV to PO conversion program, pnuemococcal/influenza vaccination program.
Rotations
Pharmacokinetics
Nutrition Support
Internal Medicine I
Internal Medicine II
Pharmacy Management
Pharmacy Practice
Pediatrics (Elective)
Long term care (Elective)
Hospice (Elective)
Informatics (Elective)

Compensation and Benefits
Competitive Salary
Overtime Pay
Paid Time Off
Full time employee benefits including medical/dental/vision
Educational and professional travel allowances

Requirements
Successfully complete Florida state board examination prior to entering the program (or ability to obtain Florida license by the start of the program)
Possess a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (Pharm.D.) from an ACPE-accredited school or college.
Ability to commit to a residency program for a one-year period
Non-resident Alien Applicants must have student visa valid through end of residency program
Complete an onsite interview with presentation to pharmacy staff