Residency Listing

University of Kentucky HealthCare
800 Rose Street, H110
Lexington, KY 40536
Code: 52011
NMS Code: 639869
Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2)
Emergency Medicine Pharmacy
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Residency Program Director: Abby M. Bailey, PharmD, BCPS
(859) 323-2300
Fax: (859) 323-2049
Director of Pharmacy: Philip J. Almeter, Pharm.D.
(859) 323-1088
Fax: (859) 323-2049
Program Contact: Donna Sullivan
(859) 323-4756
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 mo/residency
Number of Positions: 2
Application Deadline: 2019-01-02
Starting Date: 2019-07-01
Estimated Stipend: 47480
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   This program is uniquely designed to develop skilled clinicians that practice independently and excel in clinical service, teaching, and research. Six core learning experiences, combined with six electives built around the resident's prior experiences and multiple longitudinal experiences provide for a well-rounded learning experience. Residents also participate in providing 24-hour clinical pharmacy services through the in-house on-call program, a pharmacy practice experience, and are provided dedicated research time. Precepting and teaching students in advance pharmacy practice experiences and didactic settings is offered, as is a longitudinal teaching certificate program. Scholarly activities may focus on clinical, practice-based, or outcomes research.
Fringe Benefits:   Insurance, 3 weeks vacation, holidays, professional leave, parking, meal discounts, uniforms, student ID, and other benefits; modest travel allowance.
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Doctor of Pharmacy degree and completion of a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency and ACLS certification. Eligibility for licensure in Kentucky and three letters of reference.
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Government
Model Type(s): Teaching, Tertiary
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 120
Non-Professional Staff: 160
Total Beds: 689
Average Daily Census: 575
Site Special Features:   Newly constructed Emergency Department in 2010 that sees an average of 90,000 patients per year. The University of Kentucky is a referral center with a multitude of subspecialty populations. Specialized services include status as a Level I trauma center, the Markey Cancer Center, serving as a site for solid organ and bone marrow transplantation, comprehensive mechanical circulatory support program, neonatal and pediatric ICU, surgical ICUs including neurosurgery ICU, trauma ICU, cardiovascular ICU, and then adult medicine ICU. The program holds academic affiliations is with the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and College of Medicine. The University of Kentucky was ranked Kentucky's #1 hospital by US News & World Report.