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PGY-2 Internal Medicine Residency

About the PGY-2 Internal Medicine Residency Program

This PGY-2 internal medicine residency program is designed to prepare exemplary practitioners/educators for entry into academic clinical pharmacy practice positions. A major focus of this program will be to prepare the resident to function effectively as a clinical faculty member by emphasizing patient care, service, teaching (clinical & didactic), and scholarly activity.

After completion of this residency, the graduate will be able to:

  • establish a practice site in internal medicine
  • establish a teaching service for pharmacy students and residents
  • prepare and present didactic lectures and seminars
  • conduct scholarly research activity

Through participation in the program components over a one-year period, the resident will have the skills necessary to assume a clinical faculty position within a school of pharmacy, and/or a clinical coordinator, and/or clinical pharmacist.

Residency Facts

Location: Baylor Scott and White Medical Center-Temple

Application Deadline: Jan. 4, 2019

Start Date: July 1, 2019

Number of Positions: 1

Estimated Stipend: $53,000

Residency Structure

Orientation
Required
  • Hospital orientation
  • Epic computer training
  • Polices & procedures
  • Texas A&M Rangel COP
Core Rotations
Required
  • Internal medicine (24 weeks)
  • Academia (4 weeks)
  • Research (4 weeks)
Elective rotations
Choose 4; additional specialty areas are available upon request
  • Infectious Disease
  • Critical Care
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Psychiatry
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Neurology
Longitudinal Experiences
Regularly scheduled experiences for a quarter, six months or 12 months
  • Ambulatory care clinic, one half day per week
  • Academic training program
  • Research
  • Administration

How to apply

Applicant Qualifications

To be a candidate for an onsite interview, applicants must meet the following:

  • Earned Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited degree program (or one in process of pursuing accreditation) or have a Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Committee (FPGEC) certificate from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)
  • Completed an ASHP accredited PGY-1 residency or PGY-1 residency in candidate status
  • Eligible for licensure in the State of Texas within 60 days of residency start date
  • Participate in the ASHP Residency Match Program.

Application Requirements

All Applications should be received through PHORCAS. Applicants are required to provide:

  • Letter of Intent
    In the written letter of intent, please address the following:
  1. short and long-term career goals
  2. how the TAMU PGY2 IM residency will help you achieve those goals
  3. two strengths that you will bring with you to the program
  4. one area of improvement you believe the residency will help you remedy
  5. 3 Letters of Recommendation 1 minimum from a clinical preceptor
  • Curriculum vitae
  • College of pharmacy transcripts (official)

An interview is required.

Residency Contact Information

Residency Program Director

Sebastian Perez, PharmD, BCPS
2401 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76508
TAMU II Bldg. Room 303C
Phone: 254.724.1624
seperez@tamu.edu

Residency Program Coordinators

Delaney Ivy, PharmD, BCPS, CDE
2401 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76508
TAMU II Bldg. Room 303F
Phone: 254.724.7458
divy@tamu.edu

Charlotte Farris, PharmD, BCPS
2401 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76508
TAMU II Bldg. Room 303E
Phone: 254.724.4028
char.farris@tamu.edu

Current Resident

Hasanthi Vallabhaneni, PharmD
Vallabhaneni Hasanthi

Previous Resident

Sydney Kutter, PharmD

portrait of Kutter Sydney

Education:

  • Texas Tech Health Science Center, PharmD, 2017
  • Central Texas Veterans Care System, PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice, 2018

Sana Qureshi, PharmD

portrait of Sana Qureshi

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist
John Peter Smith Hospital
Fort Worth, Texas