Department of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Mississippi

PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency

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Program Description

The University of Mississippi offers a comprehensive post-graduate training experience with a PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency Program. The program offers two positions based in the School of Pharmacy on the University of Mississippi Medical Center campus in Jackson, Mississippi.

The program offers unique opportunities for advanced clinical opportunities in a variety of practice settings, including precepting PharmD students, PGY-1 community residents and pharmacy practice residents. Preparing residents to become leaders in pharmacy practice is a strong emphasis. Research opportunities exist within the School of Pharmacy, UMMC clinics and with our external clinical partners. The resident will be exposed to a wide array of patients including insured, uninsured and Medicare/Medicaid populations. 

Meet the current PGY-2 Ambulatory Care residents

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  • Academics
  • Anticoagulation
  • Cardiometabolic
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Diabetes
  • Family Medicine
  • Federally Qualified Health Center
  • Gout Clinic
  • Heart Failure
  • Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
  • Leadership

All residents participate in a statewide Teaching and Learning Curriculum in which they are awarded a certificate upon completion of the program.

Learn more about the PGY-2 learning experiences.

Program Goals and Outcomes

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The School of Pharmacy seeks to provide residents with the knowledge and skills to become competent practitioners in both clinical and academic settings. Graduates of this program will have the clinical competence and skills necessary to manage an ambulatory pharmacy practice, counsel and evaluate patients, teach students and provide chronic disease state management.

Graduates will also learn how to establish their own innovative pharmacy practice; practice in an established ambulatory care clinic setting; perform as an academician and join the faculty at an accredited school of pharmacy; educate and evaluate patients and provide drug information services.

 

 

 

Hear from Former Residents

Alex Mills Bianca Lascano Elizabeth Yett

Alex Mills

University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy Faculty

Bianca Lascano

High Point University School of Pharmacy Faculty

Elizabeth Yett

University of Texas at Tyler College of Pharmacy Faculty

“When I was a resident, I had several opportunities to interact with other healthcare providers ranging from trainees to prominent attendings. Learning how to market pharmacist services in the ambulatory setting from the preceptors set me up for success after residency and I’m ever grateful!”   “My PGY-2 experience allowed me to gain a wealth of knowledge in multiple disease states and provided me with unwavering support from my preceptors and colleagues. They truly wanted to see me excel!”   “Although Mississippi was not my home before residency, Josh (Fleming) and the rest of the PGY-2 preceptors very quickly made it seem that way. Their kindness and encouragement helped me to improve both as a pharmacist and as a mentor to future pharmacists. My time at UMMC and UMSOP will not be forgotten – and neither will my positive patient care and community outreach experiences!”

 

 

For more information:

Joshua Fleming, PharmD, BCACP
University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmacy Practice
2500 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39216-4505
jfleming2@umc.edu

 

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The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency Program in Jackson, Mississippi, is accredited by ASHP.