This program centers on the development of knowledge, attitudes, and abilities necessary to optimize pharmacotherapy outcomes through direct and indirect patient care in the hospital and ambulatory setting. Required rotations include nephrology, cardiology, management, critical care, internal medicine, ambulatory care and hospital operations. Elective rotations may include infectious disease, HIV Clinic, Poison Center, Burn Center, surgery, psychiatry, internal medicine clinic, renal transplant, emergency medicine, hematology/oncology, pediatrics, care/ renal evenings, hospitalist medicine, transplant surgery and ICU evenings. Residents present lectures, in-services and prepare a major project. The resident serves as a preceptor for pharmacy students throughout the year.
Eligible candidates will have a Pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy and be eligible for Minnesota licensure. All interested candidates must be registered with National Matching Services Inc. and use the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) to submit an application. Three letters of recommendation are required - standard PhORCAS template. Should include an assessment of the candidate’s knowledgebase, dependability, communication style, assertiveness and motivation.
About Hennepin Healthcare
Hennepin Healthcare is an integrated system of care that includes HCMC, a nationally recognized Level I Adult Trauma Center and Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and acute care hospital, as well as a clinic system with primary care clinics located in Minneapolis and across Hennepin County. The comprehensive healthcare system includes a 484 bed academic medical center, a large outpatient Clinic & Specialty Center, and a network of clinics. Hennepin Healthcare has a large psychiatric program, home care and hospice, and operates a research institute, innovation center and philanthropic foundation. The system is operated by Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc., a subsidiary corporation of Hennepin County.