Residency Listing

Dignity Health Mercy Medical Center Redding
2175 Rosaline Avenue
Redding, CA 96001
Code: 92109
NMS Code: 232213
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Residency Program Director: Kathleen I Delikowski, Pharm.D., BCPS
(530) 225-7002
Fax: (530) 242-2575
Director of Pharmacy: Kathleen I Delikowski, Pharm.D., BCPS
(530) 225-7002
Fax: (530) 242-2575
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12 mo/residency

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Mercy Medical Center is a 267-bed Level 2 Trauma, acute care hospital that, combined with 1 critical access hospital in Mount Shasta and a community hospital in Red Bluff, forms the Dignity Health North State region. We serve a culturally diverse patient population. Our medical center is community based and is a local center for cardiac procedures, regional cancer services, and contains a level 3 NICU. We are affiliated with University of the Pacific, Simpson University, Loma Linda University and the University of California – Davis and serve as a training site for pharmacy IPPE/APPE students, nursing students and family medicine residency.

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Health insurance, dental & vision plan, accrued PTO equivalent to 2 weeks' vacation, travel support to designated meetings.

Special Requirements for Acceptance:   

Eligibility for California licensure, Curriculum Vitae, letter of intent/essay, official transcripts, three written letters of recommendation from health professionals who can attest to the candidate's abilities and aptitudes – submitted to PhORCAS

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The pharmacy services of Mercy Medical Center Redding are part of an integrated health system that offers comprehensive patient focused pharmaceutical care. The system consists of a large central pharmacy and decentralized pharmacists in key areas of the Medical Center. Under the direction of the medical staff, the pharmacists are active in a number of pharmacist-managed drug protocols, including: TPN, pharmacokinetics, warfarin, heparin, renal dosing, and IV-to-PO conversions.