Residents will be part of the Moses Cone PGY1 cohort and follow the outline for the Moses Cone Hospital PGY1 acute care track. Residents will be required to complete the following rotation activities:
Required Rotations (6):
- Critical Care
- Infectious Disease
- Internal Medicine
- Family Medicine Clinic
- Emergency Medicine
Elective Rotations (3 - at least 1 clinical):
Accountable Care Organization (ACO), Behavioral Health, Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Clinic, Community Health and Wellness Clinic, Endocrinology, Family Medicine Clinic, Heart Failure, Heart Failure Clinic, HIV Clinic, Internal Medicine/Precepting, Internal Medicine Clinic, Medication Safety, Nephrology, Neuro Critical Care, Nutrition Support, OB-GYN, Oncology, Pediatrics, Pharmacy Administration
- Practice Related Investigations
- Evidence-Based Medicine
- Ambulatory Cardiology Clinic
- Medication Safety/Use Process
- Teaching and Precepting
- Therapeutics Course Instructor
Residents in their PGY2 year will focus on core rotation experiences around clinical and operational management, finance, human resources, and leadership development.
Rotation experiences available include the following:
-Chief Pharmacy Officer and Hospital Leadership
-Director of Pharmacy
-Pharmacy Benefit Management/Accountable Care Organization
-Specialty and Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Additional longitudinal experiences include completion of master's classes and master's thesis project, management of a Cone Health pharmacy service line, leadership development, and incorporation into the Cone Health leadership team.
Application Deadline January 4th, 2021
In order to apply, applicants must fill out both a residency-specific application through PhORCAS and an application through the UNC Graduate School for the Master's degree portion of the program.
Applicants should register and apply through ASHP's PhORCAS.
Applicants should make sure to register for the Moses Cone PGY1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy and Leadership Administration NMS code. The Cone Health HSPAL ASHP listing can be found here.
UNC Graduate School Application
1) Access the UNC Graduate School Application, which can be found here.
2) Complete the application and enter the following information when prompted:
a. Level of Study: Graduate; New Degree Seeking Applicant
b. Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences
c. Degree: Master of Science
d. Area of Interest of Specialization: Practice Advancement and Clinical Education
e. Select term of Entry - Fall 2020
3) Upload unofficial transcripts, statement of purpose, and CV
4) Pay non-refundable $85 application fee
5) Provide three letters of recommendation
Please complete the supplementary application and submit with PhORCAS.
We are proud to have partnered with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to provide our Health-System Pharmacy Administration residents with a world class didactic education to complement their on site residency training. Administration residents at Cone Health will be part of the UNC master's cohort which includes administration residents from across the state including UNC Medical Center, Duke University Hospital, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, and Mission Hospital. Residents will be able to remotely attend and participate in class on site from Cone Health.
About UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is located on the University of North Carolina's campus in Chapel Hill, NC. UNC is world renowned for its efforts in research, pharmaceutics, and international engagement. The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy was recently ranked #1 in the country among pharmacy schools by the 2016 US News and World Report. The school of pharmacy also received a $100 million donation for creation of the Eshelman Institute for Innovation to allow for students, faculty, and staff to continue to contribute to the scientific community. Cone Health is also a proud partner with UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy as a site for APPE students, and immersion students.
The master's degree curriculum will be completed longitudinally over the two year residency. The master's degree will culminate with a thesis substitute, which consists of a supervised project in health-system pharmacy administration that has direct implications to the health-system.
More information about the master's component is included on the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy's website.
Amy Thompson, PharmD, MBA, BCPS
PGY2 HSPAL Resident; MS Candidate 2021
Joshua Tessin, PharmD, BCPS
PGY1 HSPAL Resident; MS Candidate 2021
Mimi Pham, PharmD, MBA
PGY1 HSPAL Resident; MS Candidate 2022
Yujing Steenwyk, PharmD
PGY1 HSPAL Resident; MS Candidate 2022
Please complete and submit with your PhORCAS application.
Preview how a typical administration residents calendar will look
Cone Health provides its pharmacy residents with a comprehensive benefits package.