Pharmacy Residency - Southwest
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The PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital (MHSW) provides a comprehensive educational and practical experience that develops competent clinicians in a multi-site community hospital practice setting.
The pharmacist completing this residency program shall have the ability to effectively and independently provide pharmaceutical care with a foundation of evidence-based medicine that ultimately results in the best pharmacotherapeutic outcomes. The pharmacist shall, as a member of the health care team, have the ability to adeptly identify and resolve pharmacotherapy-related problems in the acute care setting. After completing the program, the pharmacist shall have a strong knowledge of self-assessment and how to improve based on self-learning activities. The pharmacist will be prepared for practicing in an acute care setting as well as have the foundation with which to continue on to complete a PGY2 specialized residency experience. The resident will also have a strong commitment to the advancement of the profession of pharmacy.
Core Rotations (7)
a. Cardiology (MHSW)
b. Geriatrics (MHSW)
c. Neurology (MHSW)
d. Neuro-Rehab (MH TIRR)
Elective Rotations (3)
MHSW = Memorial Hermann Southwest; MHKY = Memorial Hermann Katy; MH TIRR = Memorial Hermann–The Institute for Rehab and Research; MHFM = Memorial Hermann Family Medicine
The MHSW PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency will be at the Residency Showcase at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in December. Please stop by and visit with us to learn more about our residency program.
The candidate for this one-year pharmacy residency must have:
Separate letter of reference is required along with the PHORCAS standardized reference form.
Malar Narayanan, Pharm.D., BCPS
Program Director, PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital
7600 Beechnut, Houston, TX 77074
Phone: 713.456.5930 Fax: 713.456.5214Malarvizhi.Narayanan@memorialhermann.org