Pharmacy Residency Programs
The University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy (UNTSCP) PGY-2 Ambulatory Care pharmacy residency is delivered in partnership with UNT Health, a university-based clinical practice group, based in the Fort Worth cultural district. Residents will participate in an interprofessional layered learner model in most clinical experiences. Experiences include family medicine, geriatrics, internal medicine, underserved populations, academia, research, and practice management. Additionally, residents will be integrated into the academic activities of the college of pharmacy throughout the duration of the program. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers in ambulatory care, academia, or other sub-specialties.
PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency-Medical City Arlington
The Medical City Arlington PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency is delivered in partnership with the University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy (UNTSCP). Residents will participate in multiple practice areas, including but not limited to internal medicine, critical care, neonatal, cardiology, infectious disease, and management. Pharmacy Residents will be part of a multi-disciplinary team that provides evidence-based optimal patient care.
The University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy (UNTSCP) PGY-2 Transitions of Care pharmacy residency is delivered in partnership with Methodist Dallas Medical Center, a 500+ bed, community-based, non-profit teaching hospital, based in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas. This program is designed to equip the resident with the skills necessary to function as the primary transitions of care pharmacist by managing all aspects of medication therapy in both inpatient and ambulatory care settings. Strong emphasis is made on providing excellent pharmaceutical care in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team. Residents gain experience in transitioning the patient from the inpatient to outpatient setting for a core set of disease states/patient populations including heart failure, COPD, stroke, diabetes, MI, and solid organ transplant.
Teaching activities include didactic presentations, involvement with UNTHSC School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences courses, and precepting pharmacy student rotation(s). The resident will also be involved in a major research project and medication utilization evaluation (MUE).
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