Oxford PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency

Purpose

The purpose of the Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi Pharmacy Residency Program is to develop a clinical pharmacist with the skills and abilities necessary to excel at institutional and ambulatory care practice sites, as a PGY-2 pharmacy resident, and in academia.

  • Duration: 12 months
  • Number of positions: 3
  • Application deadline: January 15
  • Starting date: July 1
  • Estimated stipend: $46,000
  • Interview required: yes
  • Benefits: Health insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, 12 days of PTO, discounted meals, office space and professional time off to attend the Mississippi Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Annual Meeting, ASHP Mid-Year Clinical Meeting, and the Mid-South Residence Conference

Direct Patient Care, Leadership and Practice Management, and Teaching and Learning Opportunities

Direct Patient Care

  • Adult Medicine
  • Institutional Pharmacy Practice
  • Critical Care
  • Oncology
  • Transitions of Care
  • Ambulatory Care

Leadership and Practice Management

  • Pharmacy Administration and Management
  • Medication Management
  • Research and Project Management
  • Practice Management

Teaching and Learning

  • Teaching Certificate Program
    • One hour per week guidance from faculty
  • Problem Based Learning Curriculum
    • Case Authorship
    • Group Preceptorship
  • Pharmacy Practice Skills Lab
    • Lab Lecture
    • Skills Lab Instructing

Training Sites

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi. Specialty services include general medicine, critical care/pulmonology, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, general surgery, neurology, urology, infectious disease and oncology. In addition to the Pharmacy Practice Residency Program, the department provides institutional clinical training for pharmacy students from the University of Mississippi.  Residents also participate in the curriculum at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, as well as at the University of Mississippi Student Health Center.

How to Apply

Students eligible for a Doctor of Pharmacy degree are required to submit all requested documents through the PhORCAS application system. These documents include a letter of intent, a curriculum vitae, Doctor of Pharmacy transcript and three letters of recommendation. The candidate must also be eligible for licensure in the state of Mississippi, have U.S. citizenship or a permanent VISA and be available for an on-site or telephone interview.

PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Contact Information

Trey Crumby, Pharm.D., Program Director
Director of Pharmacy

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi
1100 Belk Blvd
Oxford, MS 38655
662-636-1480
Melvin.crumby@bmhcc.org