PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency
The Pharmacy Practice Residency Program at Mercy Medical Center is a comprehensive set of experiences emphasizing clinical pharmacy practice as well as aspects of pharmacy management. Each resident's schedule of rotations is individualized to meet their personal and professional goals. Residents will also have opportunities to get involved with formulary management, medication preparation/delivery, medication utilization evaluation development, and attend multidisciplinary committee meetings. Residents are expected to participate in journal club, case discussions, formulary reviews, and complete a research project which will be presented at the Midwest Residency Conference. Residents are required to teach didactic lectures at Drake University College of Pharmacy.
Outcomes of the Residency Training Program
- Manage and improve the medication-use process.
- Provide evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy management with interdisciplinary teams.
- Exercise leadership and practice management skills.
- Demonstrate project management skills.
- Provide medication and practice related education/training.
- Utilize medical informatics.
Statement of Purpose
This PGY1 program will prepare pharmacist clinicians for patient care positions, adjunct faculty appointments, or further training in a PGY2 program in an area of interest. Pharmacists completing this residency will be competent and confident practitioners of direct patient care. They will be accountable for enhancing drug therapy outcomes and improving medication safety as members of the health care team. These pharmacists will exercise skill in education other health care professionals, students, patients and the community on medications related topics. They will develop a professional practice encompassing the Mercy Medical Center’s core values of reverence, integrity, compassion and excellence. Residents will display a commitment to the profession of pharmacy, desire for continued professional growth and exercise leadership to achieve department goals.
- Infectious Disease
- Emergency Medicine
- Practice Management (Longitudinal)
- Critical Care
- Internal Medicine
Application Deadline: January 1
Please refer to general Pharmacy Residency Application Process page for details.
All questions regarding the application process for the PGY1 program should be sent to the program director.
PGY1 Interim Program Director
Matthew Hubble, PharmD, BCPS