Blount Memorial Hospital is an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency with three (3) PGY1 Residency Positions. Pharmacists are responsible for providing evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy management with interdisciplinary teams. Residents use medical informatics & management skills to improve medication use processes. Residents participate in drug formulary & medication use evaluations, & provide medication & practice-related education and training. Opportunities for didactic and clerkship opportunities are available. Residents gain in-depth experience in internal medicine, infectious diseases, critical care, oncology, nutrition therapy, , emergency medicine, practice management, informatics, medication safety, drug information, pharmacokinetics and ambulatory care. Teaching opportunities include participation in an optional teaching & learning certificate program through the University of Tennessee, teaching in inpatient & outpatient inpatient settings, as well as teaching pharmacy students from several universities. Communication skills are sharpened with multiple medication use evaluations, formulary reviews, journal clubs, & formal lectures. We will develop you into an outstanding clinical Pharmacist with strong leadership skills. Our well-rounded program provides the knowledge and experience that pharmacy practitioners need to face challenges in today's complex health care systems, while also providing essential skills to meet the practice demands of the future.
Applications materials include 3 letters of recommendation, CV, cover letter, & college transcripts through PhORCAS before 1/1/19. Please visit www.blountmemorial.org for more information.
Jamie Chapman, PharmD, BCPS
PGY1 Residency Coordinator
Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator
Blount Memorial Hospital
907 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy
Maryville, TN 37804
Graduate from an ACCP accredited pharmacy school, Tennessee licensure, 3 letters of recommendation, cover letter, CV, and hospital application upon matching with our residency program.
About Blount Memorial Hospital
In-depth experience in internal medicine, critical care, nutrition therapy, oncology, anticoagulation, practice management, informatics, medication safety, cardiology, drug information, pharmacokinetics, infectious diseases, and outpatient ambulatory care. Teaching opportunities include inpatient and outpatient settings. Preceptors are affiliated with the University of Tennessee. Communication skills are sharpened with multiple medication use evaluations, journal clubs, and formal lectures. We develop outstanding clinical practitioners with strong leadership skills.