The standard requirements as outlined in PhORCAS are all that are required. Should you match to our site, you will be asked to fill out an online application through our normal HR recruitment process. Successful completion of pre-employment screening (drug screen and background check) will be required.
Residents provide support to onsite activities throughout the year. These including helping precept students, running journal club and participating in chalk talk/case presentations. Opportunities for residents provide didactic and small group education to first- through third-year students are available. A long-standing relationship with the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, formal affiliation and proximity to the campus provide a great experience. A teaching certificate is offered.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital is located in Spokane, Washington (approximately 280 miles east of Seattle) in the Inland Northwest. The area is surrounded by a variety of nature and landscapes including rolling wheat fields, forests, snow-capped mountains and clear lakes, with a river at the center of the city. Spokane has four seasons, which accommodate a wide variety of outdoor activities. With several colleges nearby, it is host to college sporting events and community sports, including Hoopfest (largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world) and Bloomsday (the second largest timed road race in America).
Residents will be expected to staff every other weekend and certain weeks starting Labor Day weekend in September. Staffing positions rotate between IV room, order verification, and clinical pharmacist on the floor. Residents will always be fully supported during their staffing requirements, yet, will work independently.
Unfortunately, our program no longer offers a PGY-2 residency in critical care.