Renown Regional Medical Center’s PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency is designed to provide a comprehensive experience in ambulatory care pharmacotherapy. The resident will manage patients under collaborative practice agreements in a variety of disease states including: anemia, anticoagulation, diabetes, heart failure, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, polypharmacy, and smoking cessation. The resident will have the opportunity to work in multiple clinic sites including exposure to rural and indigent patient populations. The resident will be required to complete practice related research project and assist with precepting pharmacy students and PGY-1 residents throughout the year.
This residency program prepares its graduates for independent practice managing a broad range of disease states seen in ambulatory care pharmacy.
- Patient Care (Longitudinal)
- Population Health/Transitions of Care (Longitudinal)
- Practice Management (Longitudinal)
- Project (Longitudinal)
- Rural/Indigent Care (Longitudinal)
- Women’s Health
Travel and Meetings
Expenses will be paid for the resident to attend Western States Conference and the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.
Adam Porath, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS-AQ Cardiology Residency Program Director, Orientation, Patient Care, Population Health/Transitions of Care, Practice Management, Project, Rural/Indigent Care
Nathan Bozeat, PharmD, BCACP Rural/Indigent Care
Courtney Church, PharmD, BCACP Population Health/Transitions of Care
Jason Dent, PharmD, BCPS Patient Care, Project
Cassandra Deperalta, PharmD, BCACP Population Health/Transitions of Care
Israa Mahmood, PharmD Rural/Indigent Care