Residency Special Features:UCDMC manages an extremely broad variety of cardiovascular complications from pediatrics to adults, including most medical or surgical specialties. This includes cardiac surgery, mechanical support devices, interventional procedures and primary cardiovascular diseases. Clinical Pharmacy Services are provided in both inpatient and outpatient settings, in addition to research activities. The cardiology specialty residency will receive a comprehensive experience in managing complex medication therapies in medical or surgical, ambulatory or critically ill patients. They will have opportunities to participate in didactic teaching, research, and exposure to ambulatory, critical care and other specialty practice settings. More information can be found at https://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.
Training Site Type:Hospital and clinics
Owner Affiliate:University of California
Model Type(s):Teaching, Tertiary Care
Site Special Features:UCDMC serves as the primary teaching facility for the Davis Medical School and allied professional programs, including the UCSF School of Pharmacy. The pharmacy program, based in five inpatient and five outpatient pharmacies, provides CPOE with EPIC Medical Records, comprehensive computerized operations as well as floor-based and specialty clinical services. UCDMC is designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the NCI and operates the only level 1 trauma center for both adult and pediatric emergencies in inland Northern California. UCDMC is close to Lake Tahoe, Napa, and San Francisco. The area has excellent recreational activities, warm summers with low humidity and moderate winters with no snow.
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 intent , and three letters of recommendations (one from a clerkship preceptor, and one from the PGY-1 program director). Letter writers to comment on 6 of 13 characteristics. Certification of completion of PGY1 residency.
Employment contingent upon drug screening and background check
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.