Memorial Hermann is one the the largest not-for-profit health systems in Texas and serves the greater Houston community through 13 hospitals and specialty programming in the tertiary, community, and ambulatory settings. Within this unique integrated delivery network, residents will have access to health system leadership at all levels within the division of pharmacy and throughout the enterprise.
Memorial Hermann prides itself in offering pharmacy services on the leading edge of technology, extensive clinical programs, shared system formulary, with interdisciplinary collaboration utilizing several innovative pharmacy practice models. Residents can expect rotation offerings in multiple hospital and care delivery sites including longitudinal experiences within the office of the Division of Pharmacy Vice President.
The Health-System Pharmacy Administration (HSPA) Residency is a 24 month program with a concurrent enrollment in the M.S. Pharmacy Administration Program offered by the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. The residents PGY1 and PGY2 years are designed to allow the resident a full pharmacy practice and pharmacy administration experience, while balancing the didactic requirements of the MS degree. Residents will be challenged with rigorous clinical training in a variety of specialties throughout our health system, across many patient care areas and hospital acuities. Strategic planning, policy creation, and project management are basic elements for both clinical and administrative rotations. The electives offered allow for customization of the residency experience to fit the resident's learning needs and career aspirations.
Upon complete of the residency program, the resident will have acquired professional, clinical, administrative and didactic competencies needed to assume leadership roles in pharmacy administration in the health system and hospital setting.
Pharmacy graduates eligible for Texas Licensure, a Partners-in-Caring attitude, and three letters of recommendation.
Additional Salary Information: First day benefits, PTO sick/vacation system
An integrated health system, Memorial Hermann includes 12 hospitals with specialty programming in tertiary, community, and ambulatory settings as well as one of the state's first Accountable Care Organizations. Memorial Hermann prides itself in providing pharmacy services on the leading edge of technology, extensive clinical programs, interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative pharmacy practice models.