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University Health System (UHS) is the public hospital district for Bexar County and the primary teaching facility for The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. University Hospital, the health system’s flagship institution which operates approximately 500 acute care and specialty beds, is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's Best Hospitals and ranks as the best hospital in San Antonio and 17th in Texas. UHS is also the first and only health system in San Antonio and South Texas to earn Magnet status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which is widely accepted as the “gold standard” in measuring the quality of care that healthcare consumers can expect to receive. A full range of medical services is available at numerous community clinics, including the renowned Texas Diabetes Institute.
UHS has several world-class centers of excellence, including University Transplant Center (UTC), a UHS and University of Texas Health Science Center Partnership. UTC has been a pioneering force in organ transplantation for over 25 years. Our transplant program is built on a strong foundation of research, education, state-of-the-art facilities, and medical and surgical excellence. We are the San Antonio and South Texas leader in liver, kidney and kidney-pancreas, and lung transplantation, performing approximately 200 total transplants annually. The Solid Organ Transplant program prides itself on a long history of providing excellent multi-disciplinary, comprehensive, personalized patient care. The abdominal and thoracic transplant teams consist of surgeons, nephrologists, hepatologists, pulmonologists, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, dieticians, and students, residents, and fellows from these disciplines.
The PGY2 solid organ transplant pharmacy resident will receive advanced clinical training in inpatient and outpatient pre- and post-transplant pharmacotherapy management, with required, specifically focused rotations in liver, kidney, and lung transplantation, as well as transplant infectious diseases. Clinical responsibilities include transplant patient monitoring, daily multi-disciplinary rounds, and patient education. An additional required rotation is spent in the microbiology and transplant HLA laboratories. Electives may be chosen from a variety of areas, including but not limited to advanced medical or surgical critical care, bone marrow transplant, heart transplant, and pediatric solid organ transplant.
Research responsibilities include an individual major research project with presentation and publication of results. Residents also participate in transplant-related issues of the DUE and P&T Committees, including the Transplant Subcommittee, and conduct a transplant-related DUE. In addition, residents provide clinical staffing on the transplant unit plus on-call transplant pharmacy pager coverage. Academic responsibilities include pharmacy student precepting and lecture; journal clubs; case presentations; transplant discussion group; attendance and presentation at transplant grand rounds, pharmacotherapy rounds, and pharmacotherapy seminar; and regularly scheduled meetings with preceptor to discuss patients.
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The University of Texas
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Austin, TX, USA
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