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An Ambulatory Care PGY-2 Residency was first offered in 2000. The program sought accreditation in 2006 and attained full accreditation status in 2007.
Orientation, Internal Medicine/Primary Care Clinic, Diabetes Clinic, Outpatient Clinic Anticoagulation Service, Research, Practice Management
There are direct patient care rotations which are: Inpatient Internal Medicine Service, Infectious Disease-HIV/AIDS Clinic, Endocrine Clinic, Henry Ford Outpatient Clinics, Geriatrics Clinic, Heart Failure (Harper University Hospital), Northpointe Heart Center, and Pulmonary Clinic.
There are also several academic opportunities for residents, including: an academic rotation with a faculty member at Wayne State University (WSU), Patient Care Lab (WSU), didactic lecturing (WSU), Teaching Certificate (WSU)
The PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency at Beaumont has 6 overall program outcomes and 24 goals which are evaluated throughout the year. Each rotation evaluates a number of the program goals. At the end of each quarter residents receive a summative evaluation from their preceptor for each rotation. Residents maintain a grid of their accomplishment on program goals throughout the year. Residents also receive a quarterly evaluation which focuses on the longitudinal goals of the program as well as consensus feedback from their rotation preceptors during that quarter. Residents must complete program goals and all longitudinal requirements to be eligible for a Residency Certificate at the end of the year.
Residents will be expected to play an active role in precepting Doctor of Pharmacy students and PGY-1 residents who are scheduled on rotation with them. Beaumont receives students from a number of different Colleges of Pharmacy.
There is an opportunity for residents to provide a didactic lecture at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Wayne State University if the resident has such an interest.
The PGY-2 resident will participate in presenting at Tuesday/Thursday Noon Conference for Pharmacy Staff periodically throughout the year. Residents also provide a continuing education lecture to the Department.
Residents interested in teaching can select the academic rotation as an elective.
Residents may have the opportunity to serve as a clinical instructor for the Patient Care Lab course at Wayne State University.
Residents have an opportunity to participate in a Teaching Certificate Program offered in conjunction with Wayne State University.
Residents will accrue approximately 24 days of CTO time throughout the year. Residents will use this time for attendance at all professional meetings. Residents can take 2 weeks of vacation throughout the year. Vacation time requires approval from the Residency Program Director. Residents will have the following national holidays off: July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Memorial Day.
Yes. The residents attend the monthly local Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacist meetings, The Michigan Society of Health System Annual Meeting in the fall, the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in December, as well as the Ohio Pharmacy Residency Conference in the Spring.
Yes. Residents are provided with a resident's office with available computers.
Yes, there is an opportunity for several off-site rotations at various clinics and health-systems in Southeastern Michigan.
The anticipated stipend for PGY-2 residents beginning in July 2014 is $22.80 hourly or $47,422 annually.
The resident must meet the following requirements for employment at Beaumont Hospital as the PGY-2 Ambulatory Care resident:
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