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 Touro University California College of Pharmacy

Touro University California - College of Pharmacy 

Residencies 

 

About  |  Post graduate Residencies  |  Meet The Preceptors  |

 

Overview

The Touro University California College of Pharmacy is a four-year, accredited Doctor of Pharmacy school that prepares students for a clinically-oriented, contemporary pharmacy practice.  A unique feature of the program is a two-year pharmacy practice or clerkship experience.  This enhanced exposure to patients is designed to create a more clinically mature graduate who will be fully prepared to enter pharmacy practice or pursue post-graduate pharmacy residencies, fellowships or graduate work.

The college is located on historic Mare Island on the San Francisco Bay, one hour by car and 40 minutes by ferry from San Francisco.  The 44-acre campus, shaded by eucalyptus trees and surrounded by San Pablo Bay, is a rare and tranquil site for this growing academic center.

The Touro University California College of Pharmacy supports 6 pharmacy residencies situated at various major health care institutions in the Bay Area.  All of our residency and programs aim to train and prepare future pharmacist practitioners to be leaders in their field of interest.

In addition to strengthening their clinical skills, applicants selected for these programs will have ample opportunities to further develop their professional, teaching, research and project management skills.  Residents and fellows will be trained to be effective preceptors through constant direct interaction with pharmacy students in the classroom and practice setting.  Formal training in research design and statistics is provided.

For all of our residency programs, participation in the Research Seminar is required.  This Seminar guides residents through the foundational principles of research, helps them develop and conduct a strong research project and prepares them to deliver the findings at the Western States Conference in May as well as submit a manuscript for publication.

All UC COP PGY1 residents are required to participate in a formal Teaching Certificate.  Components of the teaching certificate include but are not limited to didactic and experiential teaching to our pharmacy students, participation in clinical case discussions and authoring exam questions. The residents will develop a teaching philosophy throughout the year.

Dr. Laura Baumgartner, Residency Program Director
Ms. Christina Alvarez, Program Coordinator

Post graduate Residencies 

 

LIFELONG MEDICAL CARE

Oakland, California

-PGY-1 - Pharmacy Practice / Ambulatory Care Focus

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OLE HEALTH

Napa, California

PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice / Ambulatory Care Focus

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HIGHLAND HOSPITAL

Oakland, California

 PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice

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SANTA CLARA VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER

 PGY-1 - Pharmacy Practice - Academic Track

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NORTHBAY

HEALTHCARE

PGY-1 - Pharmacy Practice

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SUTTER HEALTH

PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency: East Bay

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Meet The Preceptors 

 


Dr. Laura Baumgartner

 

Dr. Laura Baumgartner currently serves as the Residency Program Director at Touro University California College of Pharmacy (TU-COP).  She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Practice at Touro University (TU), and also practices as a Trauma/ICU pharmacist at Highland Hospital.  Dr. Baumgartner works in conjunction with Dr. Roller to provide a Trauma/ICU elective for the residents.  Dr. Baumgartner comes to the Bay Area from the Midwest where she received her PharmD from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, followed by completing a PGY1 and PGY2 in Critical Care at the University of Colorado Hospital.  Her research interests include management of bleeding post trauma, sleep and ICU delirium, academic advancements relating to acute care curriculums.

Dr. Baumgartner loves spending her free time in the mountains backpacking in the summer and skiing in the winter. She also loves good food, spending time with close friends and family, and craft beer!

Laura Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Residency Program Director
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Laura.Baumgartner@tu.edu
 

 
  
 
                                                                    
 
Dr. Mohammed Jalloh
 

Dr. Mohamed Jalloh completed his PharmD in 2014 at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA and completed a 2 year post doctoral fellowship in drug information and evidence based medicine at Creighton University. He loves integrating anime and movie references into his primary care, evidence based medicine, and public health related courses that he teaches. He currently practices primary care at OLE Health in Napa, CA where he prescribes medications, adjusts medication dosages, send lab orders, and conduct follow-ups for patients.

Mohamed Jalloh, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Mohamed.Jalloh@tu.edu

                                                                          

Dr. Vista Khosraviani

 

Dr. Vista Khosraviani is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences at Touro University California College of Pharmacy and practices as an ambulatory care pharmacist at Lifelong Medical Care in East Oakland. She received her Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with a Minor in English from University of California, Davis (UCD) and she received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy (UCSOP) in West Virginia. She then completed a Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) residency focused in Ambulatory Care and Academia at UCSOP. During her time in West Virginia she was actively involved in serving the rural areas, assisting at the Needle Exchange Program at the Kanawha-Charleston health department and educating/training first responders about Narcan and Evzio.

Vista Khosraviani, PharmD, APh
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy

                                                                         

Dr. Lauren Roller

 

Dr. Lauren Roller is a Midwesterner from Anderson, Indiana. She attended the Anderson University as an undergraduate earning a BA in Biochemistry and went on to receive her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Purdue University. Lauren completed her PGY1 training at Regional One Health (Formerly called The MED) in Memphis, Tennessee  and went on to complete her PGY2 training in critical care at the University of Colorado Denver in Aurora, Colorado.

Dr. Roller has been a faculty member at Touro University California since 2015 and is currently a full-time Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences. For her clinical engagement, she practices as one of the critical care pharmacists for the surgery and trauma intensive care teams at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California along with Dr. Laura Baumgartner. Lauren also serves as the Residency Program Director for the PGY1 pharmacy program at Highland Hospital.

Outside of work, Lauren enjoys traveling internationally, exploring the Bay Area, wine tasting, watching musicals, and visiting National Parks.

Lauren Roller, PharmD, BCCCP
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Lauren.Roller@tu.edu
 

 
 
 
 
                                                                          

Dr. Shadi Doroudgar

 

Dr. Shadi Doroudgar is an Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences at Touro University California College of Pharmacy. She is also the Research Lead in the Clinical Sciences Department and the Residency Research Coordinator at Touro University California College of Pharmacy. Additionally, she is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Primary Care and Population Health. She currently serves the moderate to severe psychiatric patient population at Pathways to Wellness - Downtown Oakland as the Lead Clinical Psychiatric Pharmacist. She received her Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from University of Southern California (USC). She completed a post-graduate year 1(PGY-1) Pharmacy Practice Residency at California Northstate University/ Sutter Sacramento Sierra Region and a PGY-2 Psychopharmacology Residency at Touro University California/ Center for Behavioral Health in Vallejo. She is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, a Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist, and a Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist. Her research interests include studying the effects of various drugs on driving and pharmacy education.

Shadi Doroudgar, PharmD, APh, BCPS, BCGP, BCPP
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
 Shadi.Doroudgar@tu.edu
 

 
 
                                                                         

Dr. Eric Ip

 

Dr. Eric Ip is Chair and Professor of Clinical Sciences at Touro University California College of Pharmacy and co-heads the Diabetes/Chronic Conditions Management Program as an ambulatory care pharmacist at Kaiser Permanente Mountain View Medical Offices.  Additionally, he is the Director of Clinical Therapeutics for the Stanford MSPA Program and Director of the CSHP-Touro University Advanced Practice Pharmacist Certificate Program.  He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from UC Davis, his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from UCSF School of Pharmacy, and completed his PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center.  He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, a Certified Diabetes Educator, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a fellow of the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists. His main research interests are on anabolic steroids/performance enhancing drug use among athletes and video gamers, academic dishonesty/cognitive enhancing drug use among students, educational research, and other outcomes-related research.  He has precepted numerous students and residents on Academia Rotations (providing experiences in teaching/research/service) and has mentored multiple students, residents, and faculty to obtain their first peer-reviewed journal publication.

Eric Ip, PharmD, APh, BCPS, CSCS, CDE, FCSHP
Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Eric.Ip@tu.edu
 

 
 
 
                                                                     
Dr. Kelan Thomas

 

Dr. Kelan Thomas is an associate professor and psychiatric pharmacist with outpatient behavioral health practice sites in San Francisco and Oakland. He completed undergraduate chemistry/pharmacology at Duke University, a PharmD at UC San Francisco, and a Clinical Research MS at University of Michigan. He also completed a PGY-1 at University of Michigan and Psychiatry PGY-2 at University of Southern California. His research is related to psychopharmacology, adverse drug reactions and pharmacogenomics with the goal of optimizing mental health pharmacotherapy for psychiatric clients. More recently he completed the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research training program and started collaborating on psychedelic-assisted therapy clinical trials at UC San Francisco. 

Kelan Thomas, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCPP
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Kelan.Thomas@tu.edu
 

 

 

 

Lifelong Medical Care - PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice / Ambulatory Care Focus

CARE.  COMPASSION.  COMMUNITY.

LifeLong Medical Care is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides high-quality health, dental, and social services to underserved people of all ages; creates models of care for the elderly, people with disabilities and families; and advocates for continuous improvements.

PURPOSE: The Post Year 1 (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency at LifeLong Medical Care & Touro University California College of Pharmacy (TUC COP) aims to use the knowledge and skills learned during the Doctor of Pharmacy education to prepare advanced practice pharmacists in the primary care setting. By the end of this residency, the pharmacist will be able to practice as a highly qualified independent practitioner in a variety of primary care settings. 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency offers 2 positions and is a 12 month postgraduate curriculum that offers an emphasis in ambulatory care by providing a longitudinal ambulatory care core experience at LifeLong Medical Care. In addition, the resident is offered 3 x six week elective rotations at one of our affiliated Bay Area hospitals or clinics.

During their time at LifeLong Medical Care, the residents will work closely with Dr. Khosraviani to help manage patient’s chronic disease states such as Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. The residents will work under a collaborative practice agreement allowing pharmacists to order medications and labs in collaboration with physicians, nurses, and physician assistants. They will also be involved in point of care A1c and blood glucose testing, in home health visits with social workers, teaching health and wellness education for patients, medication reconciliation, and lifestyle modification counseling. Each week, residents will spend 2-3 days rounding with preceptors and providers to treat patients, 2 days conducting teaching or volunteer activities, and 1 day working on research projects. Upon completion of this residency, the resident will be awarded an ASHP accredited residency certificate, in addition to a teaching certificate.

ROTATION SCHEDULE: The residents will complete a longitudinal 12 month ambulatory care core rotation at LifeLong Medical Care, in addition to 3 x six week elective rotations and 4 weeks of dedicated project time.

  • Electives: The residents will complete their electives at any of the TU associated Bay Area Hospitals and Clinics. There is a wide array of learning experiences to choose from depending on the residents’ interests. Elective options include:
    • Infectious Disease
    • Critical Care
    • Trauma
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Psychiatry (ambulatory care)
    • HIV/Hepatitis
    • Oncology (both ambulatory and acute care)
    • Transitions of Care
    • Academia
    • Primary care at other TU affiliated clinic
    • Anti-coagulation clinic

TEACHING CERTIFICATE: The residents will participate in a longitudinal teaching certificate program offered through TU COP. Residents will have the opportunity to deliver didactic lectures, precept small group discussions, participate in the pharmacy lab and student run free clinics, and develop a teaching portfolio. Upon completion of the program, the residents will receive a formal teaching certificate.

RESEARCH TRAINING: TU COP offers a formal research training program for the TU COP residents. Monthly seminars are conducted to facilitate the progress of the resident’s research project. By the end of the 12 months, residents are fully prepared for Western States and manuscript submission.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: The residents will be awarded similar benefits as the TU COP practicing faculty, with access to library, statistical software, and laptop privileges.

  • Salary: roughly $48,000 annually paid twice monthly
  • Insurance: Medical/Dental/Vision plan offered
  • Vacation/Sick Leave: two weeks paid vacation with sick leave
  • Professional leave: to be used for conference attendance and/or job/PGY2 residency interviews

TRAVEL STIPEND: The residents are provided with a stipend to support travel, lodging, and registration fees for the purposes of professional conferences. The residents are expected to attend either CSHP Annual Seminar or ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, in addition to Western States Conference at the end of the residency year.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: All interested candidates must be a graduate of an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy or otherwise be eligible for licensure in California. We do not sponsor visas for foreign pharmacy residency applicants at this time.

  • Appointment: July 1 2021 – June 30 2022
  • Requirements: letter of intent/cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation (1 must be a clinical preceptor) and official transcript.
  • Application Due Date: January 4th, 2022
  • NMS Match Code: 217313

QUESTIONS? Don’t hesitate to reach out! Below you’ll find the contact information for the RPD, primary clinic preceptor, and current resident.

 
Laura Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Residency Program Director
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Laura.Baumgartner@tu.edu
 
 
Vista Khosraviani, PharmD, APh
Ambulatory Care Specialist – LifeLong Medical Care
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Vista.Khosraviani@tu.edu
 
 
Jimmy Huang, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
LifeLong Medical Care
Jimmy.Huang@tu.edu  
 
 
Denise Yeung, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
LifeLong Medical Care
Denise.Yeung@tu.edu
 

 

   

OLE Health - PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice / Ambulatory Care Focus

OLE Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center in Napa, California and the primary site for the residency training. At OLE Health, majority of our patients are low-income, uninsured and Spanish speaking workers that have not historically received high quality of care at other institutions. To optimize care, pharmacist are truly integrated into the patient management. 

PURPOSE: The Post Year 1 (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency at OLE Health & Touro University California College of Pharmacy (TUC COP) aims to use the knowledge and skills learned during the Doctor of Pharmacy education to prepare advanced practice pharmacists in the primary care setting. By the end of this residency, the pharmacist will be able to practice as a highly qualified independent practitioner in a variety of primary care settings. 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency offers 1 position and is a 12 month postgraduate curriculum that offers an emphasis in ambulatory care by providing a longitudinal ambulatory care core experience at OLE Health. In addition, the resident is offered 3 x six week elective rotations at one of our affiliated Bay Area hospitals or clinics.

During their time at OLE Health, the resident will work closely with Dr. Jalloh to help manage patient’s chronic disease states such as Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus, essential hypertension, dyslipidemia, depression, gout, benign prostatic hyperplasia, erectile dysfunction, neuropathy, and smoking cessation. Residents will develop personal relationships with patients to help optimize their medication therapy with a significant level of autonomy. Each week, residents will spend 2-3 days rounding with preceptors and providers to treat patients, 2 days conducting teaching or volunteer activities, and 1 day working on research projects. Upon completion of this residency, the resident will be awarded an ASHP accredited residency certificate, in addition to a teaching certificate.

ROTATION SCHEDULE: The resident will complete a longitudinal 12 month ambulatory care core rotation at OLE Health, in addition to 3 x six week elective rotations and 4 weeks of dedicated project time.

  • Electives: The resident will complete their electives at any of the TU associated Bay Area Hospitals and Clinics. There is a wide array of learning experiences to choose from depending on the resident’s interests. Elective options include:
    • Infectious Disease
    • Critical Care
    • Trauma
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Psychiatry (ambulatory care)
    • HIV/Hepatitis
    • Oncology (both ambulatory and acute care)
    • Transitions of Care
    • Academia
    • Primary care at other TU affiliated clinic
    • Anti-coagulation clinic

TEACHING CERTIFICATE: The resident will participate in a longitudinal teaching certificate program offered through TU COP. Residents will have the opportunity to deliver didactic lectures, precept small group discussions, participate in the pharmacy lab and student run free clinics, and develop a teaching portfolio. Upon completion of the program, the resident will receive a formal teaching certificate.

RESEARCH TRAINING: TU COP offers a formal research training program for the TU COP residents. Monthly seminars are conducted to facilitate the progress of the resident’s research project. By the end of the 12 months, residents are fully prepared for Western States and manuscript submission.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: The resident will be awarded similar benefits as the TU COP practicing faculty, with access to library, statistical software, and laptop privileges.

  • Salary: roughly $48,000 annually paid twice monthly
  • Insurance: Medical/Dental/Vision plan offered
  • Vacation/Sick Leave: two weeks paid vacation with sick leave
  • Professional leave: to be used for conference attendance and/or job/PGY2 residency interviews

TRAVEL STIPEND: The resident is provided with a stipend to support travel, lodging, and registration fees for the purposes of professional conferences. The resident is expected to attend either CSHP Annual Seminar or ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, in addition to Western States Conference at the end of the residency year.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: All interested candidates must be a graduate of an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy or otherwise be eligible for licensure in California. We do not sponsor visas for foreign pharmacy residency applicants at this time.

  • Appointment: July 1 2021 – June 30 2022
  • Requirements: letter of intent/cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation (1 must be a clinical preceptor) and official transcript
  • Application Due Date: January 4th, 2022
  • NMS Match Code: 237513 

QUESTIONS? Don’t hesitate to reach out! Below you’ll find the contact information for the RPD, primary clinic preceptor, and current resident.

 
Laura Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Residency Program Director
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Laura.Baumgartner@tu.edu
 
 
Mohamed Jalloh, PharmD
Ambulatory Care Specialist – OLE Health
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Touro University California College of Pharmacy
Mohamed.Jalloh@tu.edu
 
 
Navjot Samra, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
OLE Health
Navjot.Samra@tu.edu
 

 

 

 

Highland Hospital - PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice

Mission: Caring, Healing, Teaching, Serving All

Alameda Health System (AHS) - Highland Hospital is located in Oakland, California with the county's only Level 1 Trauma center.  Highland Hospital serves as a training facility for four accredited medical training programs in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.  At Highland, we are committed to maintaining and improving the health of all county residents, regardless of their ability to pay.  AHS serves as the principal provider for the county's uninsured population.

OUR RESIDENCY PROGRAM

  • 2 PGY-1 positions
  • Balanced ambulatory care and acute care experiences
  • Partnership with Touro University California
  • Student preceptorship and mentorship opportunities during learning experiences

PURPOSE

  • PGY-1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
  • Graduates of the AHS PGY1 Pharmacy Program will be ideal candidates for a clinical pharmacist specialist position in either inpatient acute care of ambulatory care, success in a PGY2 residency, and as an adjunct faculty position.

LEARNING EXPERIENCES

The pharmacy residency program offers a wide variety of patient care activities with the goal of providing experiential learning in acute care medicine and ambulatory care pharmacy practice.  Typical learning experiences are 4-6 weeks in length or are longitudinal.  Additionally, three 4-week elective rotation experiences are chosen by the resident.

  • Inpatient Pharmacy Orientation* (6 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine I * (4 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine II* (4 weeks)
  • Critical Care* (6 weeks)
  • Ambulatory Care I & II* (6 weeks - Clinics: Anticoagulation, Chronic Care (Hypertension, Diabetes), Fall Prevention, Specialty Diabetes, Heart Failure)
  • Infectious Disease* (4-6 weeks)
  • Continuity of Care in Anticoagulation**
  • Medication Safety & Pharmacy Administration**
  • Trauma/Surgical ICU
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Adult Immunology Clinic - HIV
  • Psychiatry, Inpatient
  • Academia ^
  • Emergency Medicine
*Required rotational experiences (4-6 weeks)
**Longitudinal required experiences
^ Offered through Touro University California

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCES

  • Completion of a self-directed research project at AHS
  • Teaching Certificate Program through Touro University California to foster precepting, didactic teaching, and active learning skills
  • Research Certificate Programs through Touro University California which takes a stepwise approach to research and coincides with the resident's own research project timeline
  • Protected project time 1/2 day every other week
  • Staffing - every 3rd weekend in the central pharmacy

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • PharmD degree, eligible for licensure in California, official academic transcript, letter of intent, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of recommendation.  Applications are submitted through PhORCAS.  Three references are to use the PhORCAS system for submission and each reference should comment on the following: ability to organize and manage time, clinical problem solving skills, independence and resourcefulness, willing to accept constructive criticism, & professionalism.
  • Electronic PhORCAS Application
  • Program Code: 203313
 
Lauren Roller, PharmD, BCCCP
PGY-1 Residency Program Director,
Email: lroller@alamedahealthsystem.org
 

 

 

 

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center - PGY-1 - Pharmacy Residency - Academic Track

 

DESCRIPTION.  The PGY1 Residency Program is a one-year postgraduate program that provides training and experience in the provision of pharmaceutical care and quality medication education to a diverse patient population in various areas of pharmacy practice. 

The goals of the program are to foster development of leadership, professional education, and comprehensive clinical practice skills such that residents will become effective and marketable pharmaceutical care providers in a variety of practice settings. This program advocates the collaborative approach to problem-solving by its leadership and management, and the residents will be encouraged and challenged to use this strategy of teamwork to solve real-life practice situations as they arise. These goals will be achieved through experience acquired by completing rotations in ambulatory care and inpatient settings, precepting pharmacy students, researching and presenting the results of a year-long research project, and participating in multiple interdisciplinary committees.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

https://www.scvmc.org/education-and-training/programs/pharmacy-residency/Pages/PGY1-Pharmacy-Residency.aspx

 

Oliver Hsu, PharmD
Assistant Director of Pharmacy
Residency Program Director
oliver.hsu@hhs.sccgov.org
For any questions, interested applicants should contact:
 
Crystal Diep, MS, PharmD
Resident Program Coordinator 
crystal.diep@hhs.sccgov.org
 

 

 

 

 Northbay Health Care - PGY-1 - Pharmacy Practice

DESCRIPTION.  NorthBay Healthcare is a private, not for profit, independent healthcare system in Solano County consisting of 2 community hospitals, multiple primary and specialty care clinics and a Cancer Center. NorthBay prides itself on the ability to provide compassionate care, advanced medicine, close to home for all residents of Solano County. The Department of Pharmacy supports the medication management aspect of this mission with a highly trained group of clinical pharmacists that collaborate with the medical, nursing and supportive staff to optimize pharmacotherapy.

Residents focus their training on the goal of becoming a well-rounded clinical pharmacist proficient in the delivery of comprehensive pharmacotherapeutic care in the acute care setting. Core rotations include: adult general medical & surgical, intensive care, pharmacy administration, and anticoagulation clinic. A variety of elective rotations are also offered such as infectious disease, cardiology, oncology and transitions of care. Residents in the program also have the opportunity to obtain a teaching certificate through an elective academic longitudinal rotation with Touro University. All residents have the opportunity to precept pharmacy interns from the University of the Pacific, Touro University, and University of California, San Francisco.

NORTHBAY HEALTHCARE AT A GLANCE

  • Training Site Type: Acute care hospitals, specialty and primary care clinics
  • Serves: Fairfield, Vacaville, Suisun
  • Model Type(s): Community Hospital
  • Tax Status: Not-for-Profit
  • Number of Medical Centers: 2
  • Total Beds: 182
  • Average Daily Census: 140

FOR MORE INFORMATION

APPLICATION INFORMATION

  • Code = 92032
  • NMS Code = 184721

 

 

 

Sutter Health - PGY-1 - Pharmacy Residency: East Bay

Sutter Health leads the transformation of health care to achieve the highest levels of quality, access and affordability.

LOCATIONS

  • Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, Oakland & Berkeley, California
  • Eden Medical Center, Castro Valley, California

OUR MISSION.  We enhance the well-being of people in the communities we serve through a not-for-profit commitment to compassion and excellence in health care services.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION.  The Sutter Health PGY1 Pharmacy Residency – East Bay is a multi-site program that offers the resident exposure to a variety of practice environments and experiences.

PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.

This multi-site program offers residents exposure to a variety of practice environments and experiences.  The resident will gain experience across the continuum of care including acute, transitional and ambulatory care settings in a not-for-profit health system. The program also offers a teaching certificate through affiliated Schools of Pharmacy.

Sutter Health System Pharmacy Services.  Our program is unique in that the resident will be exposed to a variety of practice environments throughout our integrated, not-for-profit healthcare system. These environments include:

  • Small and large acute care hospital settings
  • Sutter Health System Office
  • Sutter Health Medical Foundations
  • Sutter Select and Sutter Health Plus Health Plans
  • Affiliated Schools of Pharmacy

Teaching Certificate.  Sutter Health has partnered with the College of Pharmacy at Touro University California to offer a teaching certificate program.

The PGY1 Residency Program at Sutter Health East Bay is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

OUR VALUES

  • Excellence and Quality
  • Innovation
  • Affordability
  • Teamwork
  • Compassion and Caring
  • Community
  • Honesty and Integrity

FOR MORE INFORMATION

 
Justin Roth
Residency Program Director
rothj@sutterhealth.org
 
 
Current PGY-1 Resident
Patrina Kim
KimP6@sutterhealth.org
 
Current PGY-1 Resident
Jevons K. Lui
LuiJK1@sutterhealth.org

 

 

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