The Pharmacy Postgraduate Year Two (PGY-2) Residency focuses on a specific specialty area (in this case,Ambulatory Care Pharmacy) and is intended to increase residents’ depth of knowledge, skills, attitudes and level of expertise in medication therapy management and clinical leadership in this focus area.

The intent of this program is not only to prepare pharmacists to be proficient as a clinician, but to also give them the foundation to pass the Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) examination.

The PGY-2 Residency is a 12-month program. Pharmacists completing this residency will exhibit a thorough knowledge base and corresponding skills required to function independently in the Ambulatory Care setting. They will be effective, confident and well-informed practitioners who will be capable of providing evidence-based care to Ambulatory patients. The focus of the program is direct patient care and clinical practice, involving experiences with an interdisciplinary ambulatory care team in primary care, cardiology, endocrinology and oncology specialty environments.

Program Highlights:

  • Employed physician groups in primary care, endocrinology, cardiology and hematology/oncology practicing cutting-edge, evidence-based patient care in a collaborative environment
  • Health-system presence across a diverse patient demographic—spanning from the Florida Keys to Palm Beach County
  • Specialty pharmacy presence allowing for direct patient care as well as dispensary and administrative learning experiences
  • Population health management team with responsibilities for insurance contracts and quality metric outcomes providing unique exposure to accountable care organization (ACO) - like experience
  • Expansion of outpatient infusion services and exposure to financial and operational role of pharmacy in high-cost/high-acuity patient populations
  • Telemedicine presence spanning from inpatient to outpatient as part of collaborative teams that provide exposure to leading-edge technology and clinical practice
  • Implementation of a precision medicine program with a focus on pharmacogenomics (PGx) at a Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC) member health system
  • Design of the overall program allows for non-patient care experiences including:
    • Research and presentation at professional associations (i.e., ASHP, Florida Residency ConferenceandBaptist Healthposter forum)
    • Community CE opportunities for professional associations (i.e., DCPA, FSFSHP)
    • Formal CE application and presentations at Baptist Healthfor pharmacists and technicians
    • Student teaching
    • PGY-1 resident mentoring
    • Teaching certificate opportunity
    • Additional certificate training opportunity
Program Accreditation

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Candidate Status | ID: 33142

Program Size

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Jennifer Miles, PharmD, BCACP
Program Director Jennifer Miles, PharmD, BCACP 786-595-1119 Biography JenniferMil@BaptistHealth.net
Baptist Health South Florida

Baptist Health South Florida

With more than 1.5 million patient visits every year from the Florida Keys to Palm Beach county, Baptist Health demonstrates a commitment to clinical and service excellence. Patients and their families from around the world travel to South Florida for to receive expert care from the Baptist Health team. With approximately 23,000 employees and more than 4,000 physicians in virtually all specialties – many with national and international reputations – Baptist Health is South Florida’s world-class healthcare organization. A culture of quality and dedication is instilled into every member of the Baptist Health family.



Eligibility Requirements and Application Schedule

Our program attracts, educates, and retains exceptional healthcare talent to serve the South Florida community. Program participants will be trained in the Baptist Health Way with a focus on quality, inclusion, compassion, and collaboration.

Program Eligibility

  • Pharm.D. degree from an ACPE accredited college of pharmacy
  • Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY-1 pharmacy residency (certificate required)
  • Florida pharmacist’s license by August 1

Application Requirements

Prospective residents are required to submit the following:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Official transcripts from all colleges of pharmacy attended
  • Three letters of recommendation from professional references utilizing standard form required by PhORCAS™
  • Personal statement of intent
Acceptance and admission to the program is contingent on submission of all requested materials and meeting all eligibility requirements as determined by the program.

Application Timeline

Curriculum

Block Experiences

Our program curriculum incorporates several block rotations typically lasting several weeks, giving trainees exposure to a wide variety of learning experiences throughout the duration of the program.
Rotations
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Community Mobile Clinics
Specialty Pharmacy (Patient Care and Dispensing Services)
Telemedicine (MTM, home health and disease management)
Ambulatory Pharmacy Administration
Hematology/Oncology
Population Health Management/Managed Care Pharmacy
Research
Staffing component

Longitudinal Experiences

Our program curriculum incorporates several longitudinal rotations, immersing trainees in particular areas of study throughout the entire duration of the training program.
Rotations
Medication Utilization
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (Primary Care or Cardiology)
Research - midyear group project
Research - longitudinal individual project
Teaching Certificate (optional)

Elective Experiences

We offer elective learning experiences, including:
Rotations
Academia -Technician Training Program
Academia -Nova Southeastern College of Pharmacy—lectures
Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
CareOnDemand
Infectious Disease
Advanced Cardiology Pharmacy
Advanced Primary Care Pharmacy

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