Residency Special Features:The resident will develop skills in the management of an array of chronic diseases, such as anticoagulation, hypertension, diabetes, and HIV. Opportunities are also available in a variety of specialty clinics, including gastroenterology, rheumatology. neurology, hepatology, infectious diseases, pulmonary, and endocrinology. The resident will function as a member of the medical team in the ambulatory care clinics and hospital. The residency will be tailored to suit the resident's individual goals and interests. Projects for the year include a residency project, medication use evaluation, and drug monogram. More information is available at www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/pharmacy/residency
Fringe Benefits:Health, Dental and Vision insurance for resident and dependents, 21 days of Paid Time Off (PTO), 6 days Extended Sick Leave, and 4 days for Professional Development. Travel funds (~$2500) are included in the base salary. There is a stipend for scrubs. https://hr.ucdavis.edu/employees/ucdh-resident
Training Site Type:Hospital, Ambulatory Care
Owner Affiliate:University of California
Model Type(s):Teaching, Tertiary
Site Special Features:UC Davis Health includes the Medical Center, Primary care and outpatient specialty care at 17 locations across the region, UC Davis School of Medicine, and the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. UC Davis Health, one of six health systems within the University of California network, is located in Sacramento, about 1.5 hours from both Tahoe and San Francisco. Residents will spend most of their time in the Hospital Based Clinics on site, but will also spend some time in the various network clinics for exposure to a variety of primary and specialty ambulatory practice. https://health.ucdavis.edu/welcome/index.html
Number of Patient Care Centers:1
Average Daily Census:545
Special Requirements for Acceptance:Pharm.D. Eligibility for California licensure. PhORCAS submission of Pharmacy School transcript, Curriculum vitae, letter of application , and three letters of recommendations (two from clerkship preceptors). Letter writers to comment on at least 6 of 13 characteristics.
Employment contingent upon drug screening and background check
Service to the Department Residents will have the opportunity to staff clinical and operational services, and work as a team to provide after-hours patient care.
Conduct a primary research project that will be presented at the University of California Regional Research Conference.
Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Program Aims to prepare residents to become proficient clinical practitioners who provide effective medication and practice-related education or training to patients. health care professionals. & the public.
The rotations will be tailored to suit the resident's individual goals and interests and include opportunities in:
Ambulatory Care Anticoagulation Clinic** Comprehensive Medication Management Cystic Fibrosis Endocrine Hepatology Infectious Disease Neurology Oncology One Community Health (HIV)*** Pulmonary Rhematology/GI Transitions of Care Transplant
Acute Care Cardiology Emergency Medicine General Medicine Hematology/ Oncology Infectious Disease Inpatient CLOT Pain Management*** Pediatrics Transplant
Additional Rotations Academia Grant Writing International Experience (2 weeks) Investigation Drug Service Medication Safety* Nutrition Support Pharmacy Operations* Practice Management*
*required for both programs
**required for Ambulatory Care
***required for HIV Ambulatory Care
All rotations are 4 weeks unless otherwise specified
About University of California Davis
UC Davis Medical Center is the major teaching facility for the UC Davis School of Medicine, and serves as a clerkship site for several affiliated professional programs, including the UC San Francisco School of Pharmacy. The Medical Center is licensed for over 645 beds, including the UC Davis Children’s Hospital, has an ambulatory care program with more than 60 clinics, a progressive specialty pharmacy program, offers a full range of inpatient services, diagnostic services, and a 24-hour major emergency medical service.
Specialized programs include the region’s only Level I trauma center for both adults and pediatrics, a level 3 NICU, a regional burn center, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center, a comprehensive rehabilitative center, an organ transplant program, and nine specialized intensive care units. The mission of the UC Davis Health System is discovering and sharing knowledge to advance health. We pursue our mission through the education of health-care providers; research into new medical knowledge and applying it to the health challenges that face our world; and patient care and public service for our local and global community.