The PGY2 in Infectious Diseases (ID) at HealthTrust/HCA Healthcare TriStar Division/University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy expands upon clinical knowledge and leadership skills gained in a PGY1 pharmacy residency. Graduates of this residency program will gain experience across the continuum of care, including corporate antimicrobial stewardship initiatives, division-based facility coordination, acute care experience, education of healthcare providers and students, and collaboration with those in microbiology, infection prevention, and leadership. This experience in stewardship, leadership, and direct patient care allows the resident to gain a broad understanding of ID practice. The residency is conducted at multiple sites in the division to expose the resident to facilities of varying sizes and patient populations. Additionally, the resident gets experience leading a stewardship team and completing ID-related projects at the facility where their clinical staffing experience is conducted.
In addition to a competitive salary, residents also enjoy additional benefits:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance available through the University of Tennessee
Travel allowance for participation in professional meetings
Access to corporate gym/workout facility
This program will prepare graduates for a clinical specialist or faculty position in an ID-related field.
Use the PhORCAS system to submit the following information by December 31:
Letter of intent
Three letters of recommendation
Curriculum vitae (CV)
Official school transcripts
About HealthTrust/HCA Healthcare TriStar Division/University of Tennessee
About HCA Healthcare/University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, HCA Healthcare is one of the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, composed of locally managed facilities that includes more than 170 hospitals and 118 outpatient centers in 20 U.S. states and the United Kingdom. Each day, our family of more than 240,000 affiliates is dedicated to developing innovative strategies and practices to better the human condition. At HCA, we believe our success is dependent on an environment where caregivers, staff, administrators, physicians and volunteers comprise the core of a patients-first culture. At the heart of everything we do is applying the same compassion and commitment we have for our patients to our co-workers and colleagues. We work hard to create a place where employees feel empowered to provide the best care possible and experience a rewarding career.