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Stanford Health Care (SHC) is a nonprofit, academic medical center consistently ranking among the top hospitals in the country. The Department of Pharmacy provides integrated, patient focused services within both inpatient and ambulatory settings. To advance SHC’s mission – “To care, to educate, to discover” – the department hosts a supportive environment for professional development though residency training in several specialized pharmacy practice areas.
SHC proudly offers American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) accredited programs in a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency with emphasis in acute care, ambulatory care, transitions of care, and specialty pharmacy, and PGY-2 residency programs in Critical Care and Hematology/Oncology. SHC is currently undergoing ASHP accreditation for PGY-2 programs in Emergency Medicine, Infectious Disease, and Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership.
About Stanford Health Care
Tertiary, nonprofit, academic medical center
Level 1 Trauma Center
613 licensed beds
67 licensed ICU beds
49 operating rooms
Over 30,000 inpatient visits annually
Over 85,000 emergency department visits annually
Over 1,000,000 outpatient clinic visits annually
Medication use evaluation
Teaching certificate program
Over a dozen elective opportunities to choose from
Precepting and coordination of pharmacy students
Presentations including journal clubs, CE, BCPS, in-services, etc.