Ambulatory Care

Number of Positions: 1

Estimated Salary: Competitive

Estimated Starting Date: July 1st

Background

The PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency is designed to provide the resident with targeted learning experiences in unique ambulatory settings. Experiences range from the UAMS 12th Street Health and Wellness Center, an interprofessional, student-led, community-based free clinic to community-based patient-centered medical homes to traditional specialty practices on the UAMS campus. The variety of experiences will prepare the resident for any number of future career options. The resident will precept 4th year pharmacy students, be exposed to students and residents from several other health professions, provide educational seminars to other healthcare professionals, facilitate Therapeutics Recitation and Supplemental Instruction courses, and complete the UAMS College of Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program and the Research Certificate Program.

Longitudinal Core Rotations 

12th Street Health and Wellness Center
UAMS Regional Center, Pine Bluff
UAMS Diabetes and Endocrinology Clinic
UAMS Internal Medicine Clinic
UAMS Family Medicine Clinic
Women’s Clinic (Arkansas Department of Health)
Community-based Family Medicine/Internal Medicine Patient Centered Medical Home
Baptist Health Center Long Term Care

 

Elective Rotations (2)

Electives may be arranged from well-established ambulatory pharmaceutical care areas or developed from non-traditional areas. The selection of elective experiences should be based on the resident’s interest area and previous experiences and is also subject to approval by the Residency Program Director (RPD). Because of the depth of this tertiary care facility and her sister facilities, Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH) and Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS), the resident has a wide variety of electives available spanning practice sites from pediatrics to geriatrics and numerous specialty areas. Non-pharmacist faculty from UAMS, CAVHS or ACH as well as the community may serve as experience preceptors once the resident has demonstrated the readiness to practice independently as determined by the RPD. The resident may also select any of the core areas as an advanced elective experience.

Additional responsibilities/projects throughout the year include:

  • Design and conduct a research project to be presented at a state and national meeting
  • Complete the UAMS College of Pharmacy Research Certificate Program
  • Complete the UAMS College of Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program

 Benefits

Each resident will receive:

      • Competitive annual stipend
      • Paid vacation, state holidays and professional leave for attendance of state and national meetings
      • Financial assistance to attend national meetings
      • Free life, health, and liability insurance
      • Employee food discount on campus (20%) and merchant discounts in the community
      • Two white coats
      • Comprehensive health sciences library with access to almost 2000 journals