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Home Care Group Pharmacy Residency Programs

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Johns Hopkins Home Care Group (JHHCG) is a diverse and inclusive, fully integrated member of Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) serving as an integral component of the healthcare continuum by supporting the JHM mission of safe, quality patient care, education, and research. JHHCG strives to be the preeminent home care provider to the Johns Hopkins community by integrating comprehensive home care service and products through a single point of access, utilizing clinical expertise and exhibiting outstanding service excellence. Johns Hopkins Outpatient Pharmacy, which is part of JHHCG, provides community and specialty pharmacy services for the Johns Hopkins Community.

 

PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency

Objective: The community pharmacy residency is committed to providing residents with the skills and knowledge necessary to become exemplary community pharmacists providing care for a diverse group of patients.  Upon successful completion of the residency, the pharmacist will have developed the clinical, analytical, and leadership skills necessary to function as a clinical practitioner in an integrated health-system, a community pharmacy setting or pursue a PGY2 residency.

Description: This program emphasizes the development of advanced practical skills needed by community pharmacy practitioners concentrating on enhancing existing clinical services and implementing pharmacy practice programs. The experience is individualized to each resident to develop clinical, analytical, teaching, and leadership skills. Residents will have opportunities to provide patient care services including medication therapy management, immunizations, and compounding. The residents will work in a collaborative environment with exposure to diverse clinical specialty areas, including solid organ transplant, infectious disease, geriatrics, oncology, and transitions of care. Opportunities to precept students and provide Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) programs are available. Collaboration with providers in an integrated health system will be emphasized through trans-disciplinary care to improve patient outcomes.

Unique Rotations: Hepatitis C, Transplant, HIV, Home Based Medication Management, Transitions of Care

Number of Positions: 2

 

Residency Program Director
Amy Nathanson, PharmD, BCACP, AE-C
Clinical Programs Manager, Specialty Services
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
5901 Holabird Avenue, Suite A
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-288-8122
communityres@jhmi.edu

 

PGY-1 Community Pharmacy/PGY-2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency with M.B.A/M.S.

Objective: The degree specialty residency is designed to provide the participant with a foundation in ambulatory leadership with an emphasis in pharmaceutical services in integrated health systems. The primary objective of the program is to prepare pharmacists to assume leadership positions in organized health care settings, with an emphasis on ambulatory care.

Description: This program will prepare pharmacists to assume leadership positions within ambulatory pharmacy services including community pharmacy, specialty pharmacy, home-infusion services and transitions of care programs. Graduates of the program will develop the skills necessary to effectively engage in the decision-making process and analyze financial models, both of which are increasingly influenced by specialized medication therapies, complex medication distribution models, and evolving payment models in the outpatient setting.  The Johns Hopkins Home Care Group Pharmacy Administration Residency offers diverse community pharmacy rotations during the first year of the program which provide the foundation for pharmacy administration, financial management, and human resources management aspects of the second year. The two-year residency is combined with a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A) with an emphasis in Health Care Management (54 credit hours) or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Health Care Management (36 credit hours) from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.

Unique Rotations: Specialty Pharmacy Leadership, Clinical Services Management, Outpatient Pharmacy Administration, Transitions of Care Leadership, Executive Leadership

Number of Positions: 1

Residency Program Director
Nathan Thompson, RPh, MBA, MPH
Director, Johns Hopkins Outpatient Pharmacy
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
5901 Holabird Avenue, Suite A
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-288-8122

JHHCGRxAdminRes@jhmi.edu

 


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Pharmacy Residency Programs

Johns Hopkins Home Care Group offers a PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency and a combined PGY1 Community/PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency with M.B.A./M.S.