PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
Purpose Statement: To prepare pharmacists with knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to deliver comprehensive patient care in acute care settings, to pursue PGY2 training, and to qualify for clinical positions in academia and pharmacy practice management.
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center is a 12-month program that provides outstanding clinical practice opportunities in acute patient care settings. Pharmacy resident actively participates in multidisciplinary rounds and interacts closely with providers, nurses and other healthcare professionals to improve patient outcomes. The resident has the opportunity to collaborate with Idaho State University College of Pharmacy clinical faculty to develop and implement a quality-improvement/research project, submit for publication, provide didactic teaching in pharmacy program, precept APPE students, prepare for a board-certification exam, and obtain a teaching certificate. This residency is accredited with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
The primary training site for the residency is Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) a for-profit, 330-bed, full-service acute care medical facility providing the following services:
Assisted by automated medication cabinets, electronic health records, and computerized physician order entry, EIRMC pharmacists provide excellence in patient care as part of a decentralized pharmacy department model.
Required Learning Experiences
Elective Learning Experiences
General Program Information
The applicant should submit all required documents to PhORCAS
Requirements for Admission
Residency Program Director
Eliza Borzadek, RN, PharmD, BCPS
3100 Channing Way
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
ASHP National Matching Service No. 169113
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