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Harper-Hutzel Hospital
Department of Pharmacy
3990 John R Street
Detroit, MI 48201
Code: 43280
NMS Code: 120513
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Residency Program Director: Debbie Isopi, RPh., M.B.A
(313) 745-2048
Fax: (313) 745-1628
Director of Pharmacy: Kyle P Murray, PharmD, BCPS
(313) 745-8632
Fax: (313) 745-1628
Program Contact: Joshua N Raub, PharmD, BCPS
(313) 966-0657
Fax: (313) 745-9717
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 mo. residency
Number of Positions: 11
Application Deadline: 2019-01-04
Estimated Stipend: 46819
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   The Detroit Medical Center is a multi-site PGY1 residency program offered as the following Hospitals; Children's Hospital of Michigan, MNS #120525, contact Leah Molloy, 313-745-0169,, Detroit Receiving Hospital, NMS #120513, Contact Joshua Raub, 313-966-0657,, Harper University Hospital, NMS #120522, Contact Deborah Isopi, 313-745-2048,, and Sinai-Grace Hospital, NMS #120521, Contact Stephanie Beachnau, 313-966-1354, . Benefits of a multi-site residency is the uniqueness of each hospital that the resident chooses as their primary site, yet opportunities to participate in experiences at other hospitals within the system. As an ASHP Best Practice site, the DMC is committed to proving the highest qaulity postgraduate training in contemporary hospital pharmacy practice.
Fringe Benefits:   Health, dental, optical, life and disability insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, personal days, financial support for selected conferences and individual office space.
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Pharm.D. or equivalent degree from an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy, eligible for Michigan licensure, curriculum vitae, letter of intent, collegetranscript, and 3 references completed through PhORCAS
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Public
Model Type(s): Tertiary, Acute Care, Academic Medical Center
Tax Status: Profit
Total Beds: 2000
Site Special Features:   The PGY1 residency is designed to meet the resident’s individual needs and assist in attaining their personal and professional goals. The DMC hospitals offer experiences in internal medicine, drug information, pharmacy administration, infectious diseases/antimicrobial stewardship, emergency medicine, medical, surgical, burn, neurotrauma and neonatal ICUs and pediatrics. In addition to a variety of specialty and elective rotations, a teaching certificate is offered through Wayne State University. See website for further details – .

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