Cook Children's Medical Center - Fort Worth, TX
The Post-graduate Year One (PGY1) resident develops, through a one year training program, the appropriate knowledge and skills to provide optimal pharmaceutical care. The PGY1 Resident serves as a resource to other health care professionals and students. Practices as a pharmacist is accordance with all of the established standards. The PGY1 residency program maintains accreditation through the American Society for Health-System Pharmacy. The PGY1 resident must meet all requirements in order to maintain this position and graduate from the program successfully.
· Graduate from an American Council on Pharmacy Education accredited school of pharmacy
· ACPE IV certification required (obtained from approved course or completed during pharmacy school)
· Texas Pharmacist License or eligible for Texas Licensure as a registered pharmacist (Pharmacist licensure must be obtained within 90 days of employment)
· Must obtain preceptor license after 6 months of licensure as a pharmacist
· CPR BLS (within 30 days of employment)
· CPR PALS (within 60 days of employment)