Pharmacy Informatics Specialty Residency (PGY2)
The informatics residency (PGY2) is a 12-month program designed to foster knowledge and appreciation for the potential advantages and limitations of new technology used to gather and disseminate information within the practice of pharmacy in a vertically and horizontally integrated health care system.
Residents completing the program will gain experience with implementing pharmacy management objectives, drug-use policies, investigational services, pharmacy operations, clinical and decentralized pharmacy services and meeting financial goals through the use of technology.
Send application materials and direct requests for more information to:
Raymond C. Chan, PharmD
Informatics Residency Program Director
Pharmacy IS Specialist
800 Independence Blvd., Suite 400
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Competency Area R1: Informatics Fundamentals: Standards and Best Practices
Competency Area R2: Information Technology and Automation
Competency Area R3: Clinical Decision Support
Competency Area R4: Data Analytics
Competency Area R5: Project Management
Competency Area R6: Teaching, Education, Dissemination of Knowledge, and Evaluation of Learning Activities
Competency Area R7: Leadership and Management
Stipend and Benefits
A competitive yearly stipend of $50,000 is paid to all residents and re-evaluated yearly; health, dental, and vision insurance plans are provided with other optional benefits. Residents receive two weeks of paid vacation and uninterrupted stipend during minor illness; any additional days of paid vacation may be cashed in at the end of the residency. Travel assistance is provided for required professional meetings and activities, if funding is available. Staffing requirements will be tailored towards the resident.
For additional information, please visit: http://www.sentaracareers.com/employment-benefits/
PhORCAS application: http://www.ashp.org/phorcas
- ASHP Program code: 38015
- NMS (National Matching Service) Code: 675674
Sentara Healthcare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, religion, ethnic origin or disability.
Applicants must be a Doctor of Pharmacy degree graduate of an accredited school or college of pharmacy, have completed a pharmacy practice residency (PGY1) or possess equivalent years clinical experience in pharmacy and the information technology field and be eligible for pharmacist licensure in Virginia. If accepted into the program, the individual must obtain a valid license to practice pharmacy in the State of Virginia. The successful applicant must possess exceptional knowledge, communication skills and leadership qualities.
Core Longitudinal Rotations
Clinical Decision Support
Databases, Applications, and Automation
End User Education and Training