Extensive clinical pharmacy services within an integrated department provide PGY1 Pharmacy Residents with active preceptorship in ambulatory care (primary care, infectious diseases or psychiatry), critical care (burn, medical/pulmonary or trauma/surgical), internal medicine, infectious diseases (antimicrobial stewardship or acute care consults), cardiology, clinical informatics, emergency medicine, general surgery/anesthesia, pain and opioid stewardship, oncology/hematology, and inpatient psychiatry. Residents participate in the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program and have didactic and/or experiential teaching opportunities with Purdue University College of Pharmacy or Butler University College of Pharmacy. Residents develop mastery of pharmacy operations through inpatient staffing every third weekend and develop leadership and project management skills through research, practice management, medication use process and committee co-chair experiences.
We are excited that you are considering Eskenazi Health for your PGY1 residency training and look forward to answering your questions about our program!
Application Requirements (Due December 31, 2020):
All applications will be completed using PhORCAS. We suggest you submit program specific evaluations through PhORCAS as we require program specific information to be included by both the applicant and the recommenders. Please see specific information under the application section of our website.
-Responses to supplemental application questions instead of a letter of interest/intent.
-3 Recommendations using the standardize recommendation form AND responses to our supplemental recommendation form. This information can be loaded in the program specific content area of the standardized reference form and should be done in place of a formal letter of recommendation.
-Video interview between 1/4/21 and 1/11/21 as part of the initial application process. Information will be emailed to applicants once the application deadline has closed.
Applicants will be notified by 1/15/21 if they will be invited for a live (likely virtual) interview.
Enrolled in an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited degree program (or candidate status) or have a Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Committee (FPGEC) certificate from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).
Official college/school of pharmacy university transcript GPA of at least 3.0. If applicant is from a school with pass/fail designation only, the applicant must have a letter from the college listing his/her ranking and must be within the top 50% of the class.
Eligibility for licensure in Indiana
BLS prior to start date
About Eskenazi Health
For 160 years, Eskenazi Health has offered high-quality, cost-effective and patient-focused health care to the residents of Marion County and Central Indiana. As one of America’s largest essential health care systems, Eskenazi Health provides treatment and services through more than 1 million outpatient visits each year.
The Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health serve a diverse patient population within the Indianapolis community. Eskenazi Health is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and serves as a major training site for health care professionals in Indiana. Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital, a 327-bed safety-net hospital located on the IUPUI Medical Campus, is a Level 1 Trauma Center, Regional Burn Center and Primary Stroke Center. Inpatients receive both medicine and subspecialty services. Eskenazi Health also encompasses twelve community health centers with outpatient pharmacies and the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center with both acute and ambulatory services. The pharmacy department provides direct patient care in both the inpatient and ambulatory settings.
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