Adam Gregg, PharmD, BCPS
Fax: (608) 775-0550
Duration/Type: 12 months/residency
Number of Positions: 5
Starting Date: No later than July 1 (variable)
Estimated Stipend: $43,200
Interview Required: Yes
This program provides the resident opportunities to function as a member of the integrated healthcare team, as well as exercise skill in educating other healthcare professionals and patients about drug therapy. The resident will learn and apply a practice philosophy that pharmacists are responsible for all areas of medication utilization to achieve optimal drug therapy outcomes. Rotation options include cardiology, critical care, general medicine, infectious disease, nephrology, oncology, palliative care, pediatrics, pharmacy practice management, psychiatry and surgery. Program flexibility allows the resident to meet his or her specific needs and interests. A research project is required.
Health insurance, dental plan, paid time off and travel allowance for education meeting participation and project presentation.
Special Requirements for Acceptance
All applicants must be eligible for pharmacist licensure in Wisconsin. Licensure must be obtained within 90 days of program start.
Training Site Features
Gundersen Health System is a progressive tertiary referral teaching center with numerous regional clinics of multi-specialty practice in affiliation with the University of Wisconsin. The hospital and clinics serve as clinical training sites for medical, pharmacy, nursing and other allied health professional students and residents. The pharmacy supports a full range of services on a 24-hour basis, with decentralized clinical pharmacist practice in all inpatient care units. Gundersen has a fully integrated electronic health record, including provider order entry (CPOE).