Saint Joseph Hospital is a 450-bed hospital with a strong affiliation with Kaiser Permanente. In addition to three pharmacy residents, over 100 medical residents in internal medicine, family practice, surgery and OB/GYN also train here. We are committed to serving the indigent and medically underserved populations. Recognized as one of the top 100 Hospitals by Solucient five times, we are the leading heart hospital in the Denver metro area, performing over 450 open heart surgeries each year.
Medical/surgical patient care
Any core rotation repeated
Residents will be efficient and effective members of the healthcare team in both inpatient and ambulatory settings. They will be competent and confident in the information provided to practitioners and patients. Residents will educate pharmacy staff, other healthcare professionals as well as patients and community members and be advocates of patient safety within the institution. Residents will have the opportunity to increase their knowledge of automated, modern, medication-distribution systems and be accountable for developing maturity and performance in the profession in order to enhance their future marketability as pharmacy professionals.
Lutheran Medical Center PGY-I Residency Program
Lutheran Medical Center is a community-based, acute-care hospital located between Denver and the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Our 400-bed facility is a certified Primary Stroke Center and Chest Pain Center. Health services include 24-hour emergency services, intensive care, neurology, cardiac care, infectious diseases, general and orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, oncology, infusion center and psychiatric services. There are two residency positions available. Residents will have the opportunity to grow as professionals by developing pharmacotherapy regimens, interacting with health-care providers and assisting with guideline and policy development.
Core rotations include:
In depth and focused repeat of previous rotation
Our goal is to provide our residents with the confidence, education and skills necessary to become successful independent practitioners. This goal will be met through a wide variety of learning experiences throughout the year. The residency has a clinical focus, and residents will come away with an extensive health-system knowledge base.
Good Samaritan Medical Center PGY-I Residency Program
Good Samaritan Medical Center is northwest Denver’s regional medical center providing 24-hour comprehensive medical services in a unique healing environment. Our 234-bed facility is nationally accredited as a Chest Pain Center and provides Emergency and Level II Trauma Services. Other services include: adult critical care, cardiac and vascular services, health and healing center, Level II neonatal care unit, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery. Our residency program offers two positions.
Core rotations include:
Others based on residents’ interests
Upon completion, residents will be experienced and competent providers of pharmaceutical care. They will be confident in their abilities to provide optimal patient care in various settings as well as for various disease states. This residency program has the goal to develop well-rounded pharmacy practitioners and future leaders in pharmacy practice. Residents will be skilled in pharmacy practice areas that include patient-centered pharmacotherapy, medication/disease education, pharmacy management and operations. Residents will demonstrate professional maturity by developing and following personal philosophies of practice, monitoring their own performances, and demonstrating leadership and commitment to the pharmacy profession.
About SCL Health (St. Joseph, Lutheran and Good Samaritan Medical Center)
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth in 1864, our $2.6 billion health network provides comprehensive, coordinated care through 8 hospitals, more than 100 physician clinics, and home health, hospice, mental health and safety-net services primarily in Colorado and Montana. We relentlessly focus on delivering safe, high-quality, effective care to every patient, every time, everywhere. In 2016, SCL Health invested $257 million in community benefit —10 cents of every dollar we earn—to support health improvement in our communities. Read more in our annual report.
We proudly partner with other organizations to improve quality and the patient experience. Our story starts with the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, who opened their first hospital in 1864.
We are dedicated to providing excellent patient care by:
Focusing on excellent patient care quality, outcomes and service.
Recruiting, developing and training an engaged workforce.
Offering innovative technologies.
Expanding services and partnering with others to meet community needs.
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