PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
The purpose of the CRMC residency program is to prepare pharmacist clinicians
to provide evidence-based pharmacotherapy in a community hospital acute
The program seeks residents who are independent, flexible, motivated, and
proactive in their professional growth. We strive to create well-balanced
pharmacist clinicians who thrive in both clinical and distributive roles.
CRMC is a 435 bed not-for-profit community hospital that features 24 hour
clinical pharmacy services. Clinical pharmacists participate in patient
care through dosing and monitoring of approved pharmacotherapy protocols
including aminoglycosides, enoxaparin, heparin, warfarin, vancomycin,
renal monitoring, and TPN micronutrients. In addition, pharmacists participate
in multidisciplinary patient care teams and committees throughout the hospital.
Throughout the PGY1 year, residents engage in a variety of clinical experiences
tailored to their specific interests and goals. Required rotations include
internal medicine, cardiology, critical care, infectious disease, emergency
medicine, outpatient anticoagulation management, drug information and
management. Longitudinal rotations include practice management, antimicrobial
stewardship, code response, staffing, outpatient anticoagulation management
and Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee. Additionally, residents participate
in co-precepting students, provide continuing education programs and complete
a longitudinal residency research project worthy of publication.
CRMC does not currently sponsor candidates for H-1B visa status to work
as pharmacy residents.
Interested candidates may direct correspondence to the program director:
Connie Street, PharmD, BCPS