PGY1 Residency - IU Health Arnett

PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medications-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for Board certification, and eligible for Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.

IU Health Arnett has partnered with Purdue University to offer a PGY1 Residency program that emphasizes the development of advanced knowledge and application of pharmacotherapeutics in the provision of multi-disciplinary, quality patient care.

This program cultivates the skills of practice management and education and the professional attitudes of self-evaluation, self-improvement, and accountability. The successful resident will demonstrate a desire to learn, sincere interest in the profession, and dedication to achieving all outcomes of the residency.

PGY1 Residency Overview

IU Health Arnett has partnered with Purdue University to offer a PGY1 Residency program that emphasizes the development of advanced knowledge and application of pharmacotherapeutics in the provision of multi-disciplinary, quality patient care.

This program cultivates the skills of practice management and education and the professional attitudes of self-evaluation, self-improvement, and accountability. The successful resident will demonstrate a desire to learn, sincere interest in the profession, and dedication to achieving all outcomes of the residency.

Each PGY1 resident is required to successfully complete twelve rotations. The resident’s rotation preferences will be considered when making and adjusting the rotation schedule. Rotations are required to cover the following areas of practice:

  • Administration
  • Critical Care
  • Distribution
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Internal Medicine
  • Oncology/Hematology (Ambulatory)
  • Orientation
  • Transitions of Care (Ambulatory)

Rotations

Each PGY1 resident is required to successfully complete twelve rotations. The resident’s rotation preferences will be considered when making and adjusting the rotation schedule. Rotations are required to cover the following areas of practice:

  • Administration
  • Critical Care
  • Distribution
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Internal Medicine
  • Oncology/Hematology (Ambulatory)
  • Orientation
  • Transitions of Care (Ambulatory)
  • Additional month of a required rotation
  • Academia/research
  • Off-site elective opportunities may be coordinated within the IU Health system*

Other elective opportunities may be coordinated within the IU Health System dependent upon interest/availability. One rotation may be completed at the Academic Health Center in Indianapolis.

Additional Experiences

In addition to rotations, residents will have the opportunity for the following experiences:

  • Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) Program
  • Research Project
  • Teaching at Purdue University
  • Help Precept Purdue University PharmD Rotation Students
  • Clinical/Operational Weekends Services
  • Medication Use Evaluation
  • Participate in P&T committee

Elective Rotations

  • Additional month of a required rotation
  • Academia/research
  • Off-site elective opportunities may be coordinated within the IU Health system*

Other elective opportunities may be coordinated within the IU Health System dependent upon interest/availability. One rotation may be completed at the Academic Health Center in Indianapolis.

Additional Experiences

In addition to rotations, residents will have the opportunity for the following experiences:

  • Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) Program
  • Research Project
  • Teaching at Purdue University
  • Help Precept Purdue University PharmD Rotation Students
  • Clinical/Operational Weekends Services
  • Medication Use Evaluation
  • Participate in P&T committee
  • Indiana Pharmacist license within 90 days of starting the program
  • Rotations in the areas of internal medicine, critical care, emergency medicine, administration, ambulatory care, and infectious diseases
  • Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support Training and Certification
  • Indiana Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate Program
  • Residency Project – presented at Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference
  • Every other weekend staffing – distributive and clinical responsibilities
  • Medication Use Evaluation

Salary and Benefits

  • Competitive Salary
  • Paid Time Off – 16 days
  • Health Benefits
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Flexible Spending Accounts – Pretax payment of health and dependent care expenses
  • Travel stipend for ASHP Midyear Conference and Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference
  • Free parking

Residency Completion Requirements

  • Indiana Pharmacist license within 90 days of starting the program
  • Rotations in the areas of internal medicine, critical care, emergency medicine, administration, ambulatory care, and infectious diseases
  • Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support Training and Certification
  • Indiana Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate Program
  • Residency Project – presented at Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference
  • Every other weekend staffing – distributive and clinical responsibilities
  • Medication Use Evaluation

Salary and Benefits

  • Competitive Salary
  • Paid Time Off – 16 days
  • Health Benefits
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Flexible Spending Accounts – Pretax payment of health and dependent care expenses
  • Travel stipend for ASHP Midyear Conference and Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference
  • Free parking

Requirements

The qualified applicant must possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and must be eligible for Indiana licensure.

Deadline for PhORCAS application: Dec. 31

  • Letter of Intent
  • Current Curriculum Vitae
  • Three Recommendations via PhORCAS
  • Ideal sources are rotation preceptors, supervisors or faculty mentors
  • Official College Transcripts

Applicants may be selected for initial phone interview and/or on-site interview

For More Information, Contact:

Jenelle Rogers
Program Director, PGY1 Residency
Internal Medicine Specialist
Indiana University Health Arnett
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor
Purdue University, Department of Pharmacy Practice

IU Health Arnett Hospital
5165 McCarty Ln
Office: 765.838.4765
Email: jrogers7@iuhealth.org

How to Apply

Requirements

The qualified applicant must possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and must be eligible for Indiana licensure.

Deadline for PhORCAS application: Dec. 31

  • Letter of Intent
  • Current Curriculum Vitae
  • Three Recommendations via PhORCAS
  • Ideal sources are rotation preceptors, supervisors or faculty mentors
  • Official College Transcripts

Applicants may be selected for initial phone interview and/or on-site interview

For More Information, Contact:

Jenelle Rogers
Program Director, PGY1 Residency
Internal Medicine Specialist
Indiana University Health Arnett
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor
Purdue University, Department of Pharmacy Practice

IU Health Arnett Hospital
5165 McCarty Ln
Office: 765.838.4765
Email: jrogers7@iuhealth.org