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Residency Listing

Allen Hospital PGY-1 Residency

Program Director
Lisa Veit, PharmD, BCPS
Phone: (319) 235-3510
Fax: (319) 235-3184
Email: Lisa.Veit@unitypoint.org

Program Coordinator
Amy Kacher, PharmD
Phone: (319) 235-3510
Fax: (319) 235-3184
Email: Amy.Kacher@unitypoint.org

Community-Based PGY1 Residency

Program Director
Natalie Hunter, PharmD, CDE
Phone: (319) 222-2906
Fax: (319) 222-2996
Natalie.Hunter@unitypoint.org

Director of Pharmacy

Christopher Clayton, PharmD, MBA
Phone: (319) 235-3660
Fax: (319) 235-8184
Email: Christopher.Clayton@unitypoint.org

Residency Information

  • Duration: 12 months
  • Number of Positions
    • Allen Hospital PGY1 Residency:  3
    • Community-Based PGY1 Residency:  2
  • Application deadline: January 6
  • Starting date: Mid- to late June
  • Estimated stipend: $47,476
  • Interview required: Yes, onsite

Residency/Site Special Features

Allen PGY-1

ASHP accredited. Extensive experiential and didactic teaching opportunities in a hospital-based residency program. Required rotations include: orientation, critical care, transitions of care, internal medicine, infectious diseases (including antimicrobial stewardship) and cardiology with longitudinal experiences of: service commitment, practice management/administration, anticoagulation clinic, pain management and project management. Elective opportunities may include: rural care, emergency medicine, palliative care/hospice, surgery, geriatrics and mental health. Other elective opportunities may be developed based on resident's interests. The residents will precept Doctor of Pharmacy students. This will include day-to-day instruction in patient care rounds, participation in journal club, pharmacy rounds, and other activities. The residents may also have an opportunity to participate in didactic teaching at University of Iowa College of Pharmacy (UICOP) and Allen College of Nursing as well as obtain a teaching certificate from UICOP.

Fringe Benefits

Earned time; health, vision, and dental benefits; free and convenient parking; education and travel support for ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and regional residency conference; clinical appointment with the UICOP.

Special Requirements for Acceptance

Pharm.D. from an ACPE accredited College of Pharmacy; licensed in Iowa by the start of residency. Unable to sponsor pharmacy resident visas.