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As you may be aware, many local businesses are facing staffing challenges – and local pharmacies are no exception. These developments are seriously impacting patients’ access to needed medications. Many community members are experiencing wait times for prescriptions of at least a week or more.

Action you can take to help avoid delays

You can reduce the risk of delays in obtaining prescriptions from your community pharmacy by requesting refills seven to 10 days before you run out of your medication. You also can discuss mail-order prescription program options with your insurance or healthcare provider. Please keep in mind that wait times for new prescriptions will be varied and unpredictable; please discuss options with your physician when they prescribe you a new medication.

Our No. 1 priority is the safety and well-being of our patients. As valued patients and community members, PeaceHealth is here to guide you through these challenges to ensure you have access to much-needed medications.

Pharmacy Residency Program at Sacred Heart

  
PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center (PHSHMC) offers a Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) residency program with rotations at both the Springfield and Eugene campuses. Training experiences are individualized based on existing resident competencies and personal interests.

The purpose of a PGY1 pharmacy residency program is to build on the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.

This residency program is specifically designed to train pharmacists who wish to practice as an integrated professional on the healthcare team. Residents shall be prepared for practice in a position that requires development and execution of patient-centered treatment plans, participation in the development of drug use policy and the ability to develop, implement and evaluate new pharmacy programs. To accomplish this goal, this residency program will promote development of the clinical, analytical, organizational, and leadership skills necessary to provide pharmaceutical cared and to develop and implement systems of care.

The PHSHMC PGY1 Residency Program recruits for two resident positions each year.

Application Process

Resident candidates must apply using ASHP’s PhORCAS website by January 7, 2022.

Consider beginning your application process in November or December as all materials must be submitted by the deadline.

November 30, 2021 Virtual Open House - Click here to join the meeting on Teams

4:30 PM Overview of our PGY1 residency program
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM Question and Answer session

 

 

PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend
3333 RiverBend Dr
Springfield, OR 97477
541-222-7300