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The Community Regional Medical Center ASHP Accredited Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency Program is designed to be clinical in nature at a Level I Trauma and Regional Burn Center. Residents are trained, with progressive decreases in preceptorship, to provide care to a broad variety of patients; to serve as educators for pharmacy students and other health care professionals; and to conduct clinical research.
Rotations are provided in Ambulatory Care, Administration, Critical Care - Medicine/Trauma/ Surgery/Burn, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Neonatal Intensive Care. The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program also provides residents the opportunity to hone written and verbal communications skills; develop professionalism; develop leadership skills for large and small group direction; and develop in-depth understanding of the interrelationships of clinical, operational, administrative, academic and organizational pharmacy.
Our 10 year celebration of the residency program is a milestone achievement. Read more about it here.
Community Regional is a Level I Trauma Center with great teaching programs. Here I can maximize my learning experiences by having highly supportive preceptors and encountering patients with various disease states. The private resident office space allows us to work on patient cases and projects with minimal disturbances. This program will prepare me to become a great clinical pharmacist. - Dr. Tsung-Chi (George) Lien (2010-2011)
This program had all the resources I was looking for in a residency: a great teaching hospital at a Level I Trauma Center, pharmacist-friendly health care professionals, extraordinary clinical pharmacists, excellent support system, and private residency office. I was fortunate to have rotations here as a pharmacy student and knew that this residency program would provide me with the necessary skills to be a competent clinical pharmacist. - Dr. Linda Ly (2009-2010)
Looking back on my residency year, I was telling my past co-resident how fortunate I feel to have been part of the residency program at Community. I truly feel the preceptors have taught me so much about pushing myself and challenging myself to do better and more, and I'm so grateful to have had you all as my preceptors. One of my managers had even commented me on my organizational skills, and I really think I have you to thank (I learned from the best!). - Dr. Kimthy Pham (2005-2006)
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