Monroe Clinic's PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with an emphasis in ambulatory care was established in 2007. The residency's primary goal is to prepare competent pharmacist clinicians, capable for any of the following: work independently in a clinic setting in collaboration with physicians; adjunct faculty positions; PGY-2 training.
Throughout the year, the resident will work alongside physicians, nurse practitioners and pharmacists, providing support to physician colleagues and assisting with pharmacist-run pharmacotherapy clinics. The program has a strong teaching emphasis, including a learning experience as a clinical instructor in the pharmacotherapy lab at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy and completion of a teaching certificate program. The program is accredited by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists.
Core learning experiences include:
- Pharmacotherapy Clinic
- Medicine - hospital
- Phamacotherapy Lab Teaching
- Adult Medicine
- Community Pharmacy Practice - Outpatient Medication Management
- Medication Use & Drug Policy
- Professional Development
- Public Health Outreach Program
- Residency project
- Public speaking and presentations
Elective learning experiences include:
- Behavioral Health
- Pulmonology and Allergy
- Adult Medicine/Skilled Nursing Facilities
- Emergency Medicine
- Antibiotic Stewardship
Additional Program Information:
Applicants must be a graduate from an accreditation council for pharmacy education accredited School of Pharmacy with a PharmD degree and eligible for licensure in the State of Wisconsin. Criteria for consideration include interest in ambulatory care, communication skills, pharmacotherapeutic knowledge, leadership ability, independence, confidence and maturity. An on-site interview and participation in the ASHP Resident Matching Program is required.
The Monroe Clinic pharmacy residency program participates in PhORCAS. Applications should be submitted on PhORCAS. The required cover letter should emphasize career goals, reasons for wanting to complete a residency, background and/or interest in rural health, and interest in Monroe Clinic.
For questions, contact the residency program director:
Julie Bartell, PharmD, CACP, BCACP
515 22nd Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566
All application materials must be received by December 31.