Pharmaceutical Services Department Overview Pharmacy Residency PGY-1, Troy

The pharmacy department utilizes an integrative practice model where pharmacists are responsible for both distributive and clinical functions. Currently, there is a central pharmacy, two operating room satellite pharmacies, and an emergency center satellite pharmacy. The pharmacy medication management technology systems include: the Epic® EMR and CPOE, Pyxis® MedStations, Alaris® Smart Pump infusion technology, and Bar-code Medication Administration.

Pharmacy Personnel

Beaumont Hospital, Troy has a longstanding tradition of providing excellent clinical services. Pharmacists at Beaumont, Troy provide decentralized, inpatient care as well as pharmacokinetic dosing and monitoring of antibiotics and anticoagulants and nutrition support. The department consists of 31 pharmacists, including 6 pharmacy specialty areas (critical care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, OR pharmacy, medication safety and surgical intensive care).

Pharmacy specialists and staff pharmacists are actively involved in patient rounds, medication reconciliation, Joint Commission compliance, and corporate formulary management.

Beumont pharmacists are also actively involved in the precepting of Doctor of Pharmacy students. Numerous pharmacy staff have adjunct faculty appointments with area colleges of pharmacy.

Pharmacy Residency

Each year Beaumont, Troy accepts two new pharmacy practice residents to the program. A PGY-1 Residency at Beaumont provides:

  • training in a 458-bed acute-care, community-teaching hospital
  • pharmacy Department personnel who are committed to education, patient care and research
  • highly-trained clinical specialists as preceptors
  • the ability to share the precepting responsibilities for Doctor of Pharmacy students
  • a year of continual longitudinal development