About Springfield Memorial Hospital and Pharmacy Services
Springfield Memorial Hospital is a 500-bed
teaching hospital that serves as a primary teaching
site for the Southern Illinois University School of
Medicine (SIU-SOM). Springfield Memorial Hospital also serves as a
pharmacy teaching site for the Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy
(SIUe-SOP), and also precepts students from
Midwestern University-Downers Grove and
St. Louis College of Pharmacy. Springfield Memorial Hospital is a
designated Magnet hospital for nursing, a Bariatric
Center of Excellence, a Kidney Transplant Center,
Regional Cancer Center, Level 1 Trauma Center, Regional Burn Center and Comprehensive Stroke
Center. In addition, Springfield Memorial Hospital is known for general
surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiac services,
critical care services, renal services, maternity
services, psychiatric and rehabilitative services.
The Pharmacy Department utilizes an advanced
robotic dispensing system which allows unit-based
pharmacists to provide a wide variety of clinical
PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program
Memorial Health's PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program builds upon the Doctor of Pharmacy Degree education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY-2) Pharmacy residency training.
The resident will actively participate in departmental and institutional committees, complete a major residency project, present project results at a regional conference and provide continuing education for practicing pharmacists. Residents will also precept students from SIUe School of Pharmacy throughout the year.
All applicants to Memorial’s PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program must be registered with the National Matching Services (NMS), additional information can be found at natmatch.com/ashprmp/. Match code number: 208213
Applicants must provide current curriculum vitae, official transcript, a letter of intent and three letters of recommendations and electronically submit through the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) which can be found at www.ashp.org/phorcas.
If selected for an on-site interview, the applicant will be required to give a brief presentation as part of the interview process.
Licensure: Illinois licensure is required by Sept. 1 of the residency year.
Benefits: Benefits include: paid time off, holiday bonus pay, medical, dental, life and vision insurance, and funding for select state and national meetings.
Clinical pharmacy services include:
- Team rounding with critical care, internal medicine,
trauma, transplant, bariatric surgery, stroke and
neurocritical care interdisciplinary teams
- Unit-Based Medication Therapy Management
- Antimicrobial stewardship
- General drug information
- Pharmacokinetic dosing
- Investigational drug services
- ED clinical services
- Orientation and pharmacy practice (longitudinal)
- Acute Care Unit-Based Medication Therapy Management (6 weeks)
- Internal Medicine (5 weeks)
- Medication Safety/Leadership (longitudinal)
- Medical Intensive Care (5 weeks)
- Trauma/Surgical Intensive Care (5 weeks)
- Teaching certificate through SIUe School of Pharmacy (longitudinal)
- Antimicrobial Stewardship
- Bariatric Surgery
- Emergency Medicine
- Transplant Services
- Advanced Critical Care
- Advanced Emergency Medicine
- Advanced Internal Medicine
- Neuro Critical Care
Upon successful completion of all program requirements and compliance with all conditions of the residency program, the resident shall
be awarded a certificate of completion. Requirements include but are not limited to:
- 85 percent or more of their goals and objectives as achieved for residency (ACHR) and all other goals and objectives marked as “satisfactory progress” or “achieved”
- Satisfactory completion of all assignments by preceptors and Residency Program Director
- Successful completion of a one-hour continuing education program for practicing pharmacists
- Poster presentation at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting or approved equivalent
- A medication use evaluation (MUE) or equivalent
- An analysis of adverse drug events (ADEs)
- A newsletter or equivalent for hospital colleagues
- A major research project presented at the Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference or approved equivalent
- Attendance at one state or national health system pharmacy meeting in addition to Midyear.
- Staffing requirements
- Completion of a manuscript suitable for publication for the resident’s research project
PGY-1 Residency Program Director. Call 217-788-4219 or email Ferrill.Don@mhsil.com.