Hematology/Oncology is a 5 week required learning experience at Capital Health- Hopewell. This rotation is designed to expose the resident to managing patients on the medical/oncology inpatient unit as well as the outpatient infusion center. The resident works with the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist to learn how to address clinical and medication safety practices in this high risk population.
The Neurology is a 5-week required learning experience. The resident will cover Steen 1, which encompasses non-critically ill patients with neurological related disease as well as dedicated time in the neurocritical care unit. The multi-disciplinary team is composed of two separate teams; the medical team and neurology team. The medical teams are composed of attending physicians , medical residents, physician assistants, and advanced practice nurse practitioner. The resident will also work collaboratively with nurses, respiratory therapists, and care managers/social workers. The resident will also participate in the transitions of care activities for the patients in the unit and participate and coordinate discharge counseling, discharge medication reconciliation, and more.
Residents will work alongside unit based pharmacists to facilitate provision of medications to patients in the Emergency Department. Services provided are acute patient care pharmaceutical services, medication histories, order evaluation and patient counseling. Primary focus is transitional care aspects of pharmacy services within the emergency department and pediatric care services.
Additional Elective Rotation Selections
Possible upon individual discussion with the program and in conjunction with pharmacy services provided at Capital Health.