Pharmacy Residency Program PGY1
Residency Program Special Features:
Dearborn County Hospital offers a unique experience for Residents. Our community hospital provides multiple services, giving Residents the opportunity to become a well-rounded clinical practitioner. Residents will participate in multidisciplinary rounding, be responsible for various clinical consults, manage inpatient anticoagulation and pharmacokinetic dosing, provide drug information for healthcare providers, participate on multiple committees, carry a patient load in the outpatient Anticoagulation Clinic, and more. The program design is open to give Residents the opportunity to experience all that DCH has to offer, as well as any special areas of interest. Residents will complete a teaching certificate through the University of Cincinnati, an Anticoagulant Provider Certificate through the University of Southern Indiana, ACLS Certification, and PALS Certification. After completion of the PGY1, Residents will be well suited for a career in hospital pharmacy, BCPS certification, or a PGY2 experience.
Residents will be eligible to receive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, 5 weeks of vacation with a payout of time not taken, six paid holidays, sick pay, a stipend for professional travel, and will enjoy a great pharmacy team to work with!
Special Requirements for Acceptance:
Applicant must have graduated from an accredited college of pharmacy, be eligible for licensure in the state of Indiana, and submit the following materials via PhorCAS: Curriculum Vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, letter of intent, and three letters of recommendation, two of which must be professional recommendations.
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Government-County
Model Type(s): Acute Care
Tax Status: Non-Profit
Professional Staff: 10
Non-Professional Staff: 15
Total Beds: 88
Average Daily Census: n/a
Site Special Features:
Dearborn County Hospital is located in Southeast Indiana, just 30 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. DCH is affiliated with the TriHealth system in Cincinnati and will work with Pharmacy Residents to provide up to two learning opportunities with TriHealth, if interested. As this is a new program for DCH, we are enthusiastic to welcome Pharmacy Residents to the DCH team!
DCH Pharmacy's Mission:
To provide high quality, patient-centered pharmaceutical care in a progressive practice setting that serves as a center for the development of highly skilled, compassionate clinicians.
Broad Array of Services and Opportunities:
+ Drug therapy management
+ Multidisciplinary team rounding
+ Patient education
+ Staff education
+ Ambulatory care
+ Outpatient pharmacy
+ Emergency medicine
+ Opportunities with TriHealth
+ And more!
Certificates and Certifications:
+ ACLS Certification
+ PALS Certification
+ Anticoagulant Provider Certificate (University of Southern Indiana)
+ Teaching Certificate (University of Cincinnati)
Jennifer Copple, Pharm.D.
Residency Program Director
Kevin Burns, Pharm.D., FASCP
Director of Pharmacy Services