PGY1 Pharmacy Residency–Milwaukie/Newberg

Providence Newberg Medical Center (PNMC) and Providence Milwaukie Hospital (PMH) are small community hospitals near Portland, Oregon. As a part of Providence Health & Services these two facilities are able to harness the strength of progressive medical practices and advanced technology while maintaining their community-oriented atmosphere. The Newberg/Milwaukie PGY1 Residency program also benefits from the diverse experience and resources of the other Providence pharmacy residencies combined with its own unique blend of acute and ambulatory pharmacy practices.

PNMC is a 40-bed community hospital connected to a suite of ambulatory care physician offices. The primary patient population is medical/surgical and obstetrics. PMH is a 77-bed acute care hospital with a Family Medicine Residency Program. Services include senior psychiatry and medical/surgical. Both facilities have onsite anticoagulation clinics staffed by pharmacists.

The PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program offers 2 resident positions. National Matching Service #236413

Providence Milwaukie Hospital
Providence Newberg Medical Center

Each resident is based at either PNMC or PMH for staffing purposes. However, residents will rotate between the two sites including a few other Providence facilities for diverse practice experiences. There are off-site meetings, conferences, and projects where the two residents join the other Portland-based Providence pharmacy residents.

The Newberg/Milwaukie PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is dedicated to providing the resident with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to pursue a pharmacy career focused on optimal drug therapy outcomes.

By the end of the residency program, the resident will be competent in the following areas:

  • Providing evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy management
  • Managing quality improvement initiatives based on patient safety data
  • Displaying leadership skills in an integrated healthcare model
  • Developing innovative approaches to delivery of pharmaceutical care
  • Creating medication and practice-related training programs and education materials
  • Promoting growth of the pharmacy field through involvement in professional organizations
REQUIRED ROTATIONS Duration
Orientation 4 weeks
Administration 6 weeks
Formulary Longitudinal
Major Project Longitudinal
Direct patient care
Internal Medicine/Family Medicine 6 weeks
Emergency Medicine 6 weeks
Inpatient Senior Psychiatry 6 weeks
Staffing Longitudinal
Ambulatory patient care
Ambulatory/Primary Care Clinic 6 weeks
ELECTIVES – INPATIENT
Oncology
Infectious Disease
Pediatrics/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Anticoagulation Clinic
Home Infusion/Home Services
ELECTIVES – INDIRECT PATIENT CARE
Teaching certificate
Managed Care
Informatics