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Special Care in the Heart of Denver

At Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center we understand that hiring excellent nurses and providing them with the support they need ensures patient-centered care.

For more than 135 years, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s (P/SL) has been meeting the healthcare needs of patients and their families. Located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, CO, we provide the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.

Why choose Presbyterian/St. Luke's?

  • P/SL is one of the largest hospitals in Colorado.
  • Affiliate of HealthONE, Denver's largest healthcare system
  • Over 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians
  • Three Year Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC)
  • The Joint Commission Accreditation
  • Dedicated to patient safety and the Joint Commission's "Speak Up" initiative

If this sounds like a place you'd like to work, we hope you'll check out some of our featured job opportunities below or search for a position today.

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Special Care in the Heart of Denver

At Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center we understand that hiring excellent nurses and providing them with the support they need ensures patient-centered care.

For more than 135 years, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s (P/SL) has been meeting the healthcare needs of patients and their families. Located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, CO, we provide the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.

Why choose Presbyterian/St. Luke's?

  • P/SL is one of the largest hospitals in Colorado.
  • Affiliate of HealthONE, Denver's largest healthcare system
  • Over 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians
  • Three Year Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC)
  • The Joint Commission Accreditation
  • Dedicated to patient safety and the Joint Commission's "Speak Up" initiative

If this sounds like a place you'd like to work, we hope you'll check out some of our featured job opportunities below or search for a position today.

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Why Choose HealthONE

HealthONE® is the largest healthcare system in the metro Denver area with more than 10,000 employees. As part of the HealthONE family, The Medical Center of Aurora, North Suburban Medical Center, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, Rose Medical Center, Sky Ridge Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital work together to provide a higher level of care.

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Healthy Work Environment

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Career Growth Opportunity

Career Growth Opportunity

Being a part of HCA Healthcare, we provide unprecedented career opportunity including the ability to move within more than 250 hospitals and freestanding surgery centers located in 20 states and the United Kingdom.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the details of your Pharmacy Residency?

Thank you for expressing an interest in our Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Clinical Pharmacy Residency program offered at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and The Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL. As a community-based health delivery network we offer many unique educational and experiential opportunities and advantages for health care professionals including clinical pharmacy residents.

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s is a 680-bed, regional-referral, comprehensive health delivery system located in downtown Denver, Colorado. Our pharmacy department is highly automated and comprised of approximately 70 staff members. We enjoy a strong working relationship with hospital administration as well as with the medical and nursing staffs. Clinical pharmacists currently provide extensive services throughout the hospital. An active clinical research program provides the resident with an opportunity to participate in both ongoing and new protocols.

Our residency program is flexible, allowing the resident to maximally individualize the experience within the framework of ASHP accreditation guidelines. Training plans are developed specific to each resident. Learning activities for each of the rotations will accommodate the resident’s previous experiences and current goals. Residents should be strongly motivated toward pharmacy excellence and optimizing patient outcomes.

In addition to required and elective rotations, the resident will participate in preceptorship of PharmD students, medication use evaluation, safety process education and implementation, performance improvement activities, P&T Committee functions, presentation of continuing education seminars to staff and the community, development of an original research project for presentation and submission for publication, and involvement with other opportunities and projects as they arise. We have also partnered with the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy to offer a teaching certificate program and Kaiser Permanente to offer a structured research training program. It is expected that the resident will acquire a well-rounded, diversified, clinical training experience applicable to the various areas of pharmacy practice.

Sarah Breeding, PharmD
Director, PGY1 Residency Program

About Our Pharmacy

Our patients always receive the safest and most effective drug therapy from a team of pharmacy professionals who accept responsibility for their drug therapy. Leading the profession in the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains region, the pharmacy at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is the best place to learn and practice pharmacy.

Pharmacy Residency Vision

Department Vision

Our patients always receive the safest and most effective drug therapy from a team of pharmacy professionals who accept responsibility for their drug therapy. Leading the profession in the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains region, the pharmacy at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is the best place to learn and practice pharmacy.

Residency Purpose Statement

The PGY1 pharmacy residency program builds on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.

Residency Experience

The residency year is structured with several required rotations along with time for elective rotations. All residents will participate longitudinally in the provision of clinical and distributive services offered in the Department of Pharmacy. Residents develop, present, and prepare a manuscript for a major research project. They also provide formal educational lectures to pharmacy staff, students, and the community. Residents serve as preceptors for PharmD. students who are completing clinical clerkship training on site.

Staffing Responsibilities

Each resident will fulfill service component (staffing) responsibilities within various areas of the hospital campus. ASHP and P/SL view the service component as necessary in preparing a resident to practice independently. Currently our service component plan is for staffing every other weekend.

Residency Stipend and Benefits

Residents are paid a competitive stipend for the 52-week residency year. Twenty days of paid time off (PTO) are included; this time is expected to be used for holidays, job interviews, travel to meetings (other than ASHP Midyear and the Western States Residency Conference), and/or illness. Medical and dental insurance is an optional benefit that the resident may elect. All residents must complete a physical and health screening examination prior to starting the residency program. Holiday schedules will be determined in accordance with department policy.

ASHP Residency Match Program

The P/SL residency program participates in the ASHP Resident Match Program. [Match # 198113] Therefore, all applicants must be registered for the match. Registration can be accessed online via the Match web site at www.natmatch.com/ashprmp. RMP recommends registering by November and there is a fee for registering. This residency site agrees that no person at this site will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any residency applicant.

Pharmacist Licensure

Residents who match at P/SL are required to obtain licensure in the state of Colorado. The licensure process takes approximately 6-8 weeks and residents should strive to obtain licensure as soon as possible or by September 1st. We recommend you retain photocopies of all materials submitted for licensure. More information can be found at http://www.dora.state.co.us/pharmacy/.

Application Deadline

The updated deadline for receipt of an application and all other materials necessary is available in the ASHP Residency Directory. Therefore, you must ensure that transcripts and references are processed in a timely manner so that these materials reach us before the application deadline. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Interviews

Interviews are an integral part of our evaluation of potential residents. We expect that serious applicants will also want to evaluate our clinical site. Therefore, we require applicants to schedule an on-site interview. This interview will last approximately eight hours. We will make every effort to accommodate the current commitments and educational programs of the applicant when interviews are being scheduled. Application materials must be completed and submitted prior to the scheduling of an on-site interview.

Educational Benefits

Costs incurred for registration and travel to the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Western States Residency Conference will be paid by P/SL. Society memberships such as ASHP will be maintained by the resident.

Health Benefits

Participation in health, dental and vision insurance benefits is an option available to the resident, either as an individual or as a family. More information on these benefits is available at www.hcarewards.com.

Lifestyle Benefits

Residents are eligible to utilize our 401k program as well as free concierge service for such lifestyle benefits as personal shopping and dry cleaning. Additionally, HealthONE partners with many companies to offer discounts on products and services. Information is available at www.2.beneplace.com/healthone.

Parking

Available without fee.

Office space

Shared office space is provided for residents.

Computer Services

Instructional classes in the use of software programs are provided. Major software programs in word processing, database management, presentation graphics, spreadsheets, etc. are available. Patient information is also available throughout the hospital and pharmacy via the hospital’s information system.

Hospital Site

We encourage you to visit the P/SL web site at pslmc.com, which will provide other interesting and important information about our medical, research, and educational programs.

Application Process

To apply for our residency program, please register for the Resident Match Program and submit to PhORCAS no later than the updated deadline found in the ASHP Residency Directory:

  • A professional photo
  • A current Curriculum Vitae
  • A letter of intent discussing what you hope to achieve by completing a pharmacy practice residency and the qualities you possess which you believe would help you be a successful resident.
  • An official transcript from your pharmacy school.
  • Three letters of reference using the standard PhORCAS template. Your references are welcome to submit a supplemental letter of reference in addition to completing the standard template.

Required Rotations

Our learning experience structure provides a broad base of learning experiences through the introduction of required rotations in the first portion of the residency year. Required rotations permit residents to gain experience in diverse patient populations, a variety of disease states, and a range of complexity of patient problems as characterized by a generalist’s practice. All residents will complete the following learning experiences:

  • Orientation (4 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine (5 weeks)
  • Pediatrics (6 weeks)
  • Oncology/BMT (6 weeks)
  • Critical Care (5 weeks)
  • Administration (4 weeks)
  • Medication Safety (4 weeks)

Longitudinal Rotations

Longitudinal learning experiences are those that occur throughout the residency year. They are ongoing and might not be associated with one particular service or patient care area. The resident will be required to complete two longitudinal learning experiences: Drug Information & Formulary Management, designed to focus on making improvements to the hospital’s formulary and medication use policies, and Service Commitment, in which the resident will learn how to be an efficient and competent member of the pharmacy department team.

In addition, the resident will complete a required longitudinal patient care learning experience beginning in October. The resident maintains follow-up from inpatient admission, through discharge and during ambulatory care. Ambulatory patients often have long-term medical needs that cannot be appreciated in a short learning experience. There are a variety of longitudinal experiences available at P/SL, including but not limited to pediatric hematology & oncology and solid organ transplant.

Elective Rotation Options

The resident will be able to choose 12 weeks of elective rotations. Ten weeks of these must be completed in a direct patient care area. A large number of options exist for elective rotations, including but not limited to: Behavioral health, neonatology, solid organ transplant, antimicrobial stewardship, emergency medicine, pediatric oncology, pediatric infectious disease, viral hepatitis C, and academia. The choice of elective rotations can be modified to meet the needs of the resident.

How can I volunteer at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center?

Volunteering at Presbyterian/St. Luke's and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

We brighten patient’s days. Our volunteers come from every walk of life. They are teens exploring medical careers, young adults attending med school, retired nurses, former patients, empty nesters and retirees who just want to give back

Whether you enjoy working with people or paper, being seated or active there are many ways you can help.

Volunteer Opportunities

Support a Hospital Unit

Would you like to help our medical team care for patients? This is a great way to learn about the inner-workings of hospital units. Provide clerical support, maintain patient access, answer phones/call lights, collect food trays, re-stock and turn over rooms. Volunteers who have served faithfully for 3 months or more may request to shadow medical team members to learn more about their roles and attend codes on their unit.

  • Adult Intensive Care Unit
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  • Medical/Telemetry
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Orthopedics/Spine (Teen Friendly)
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Pediatric Surgery (PRE-OP & PACU)
  • Pediatrics
  • Surgical Telemetry

Work Behind the Scenes

Would you prefer to work with paper more than people? The need for clerical support is plentiful.

  • Human Resources
  • Volunteer Services
  • Medical Records
  • Pharmacy (Teen friendly)

Volunteer Application Process

Ready to volunteer? Here a few more things to consider...

Our adult and teen volunteers are a vital part of our patient care team. Therefore, we ask for a minimum commitment of 6 months and a weekly shift of 3-4 hours. Shifts are available on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate shorter term requests or service projects due to the cost and time needed to move a volunteer through the application process.

Some things you may want to consider as you prepare to volunteer:

  • Know what you want to get out of volunteering
  • Be sure that your volunteer commitment fits into your schedule and lifestyle
  • Think about your skills, interests and life experiences and how they could be useful in a volunteer setting
  • Recognize that you WILL make an impact on our hospital regardless of where your volunteer assignment takes
  • We will make every effort to insure that your volunteer experience is rewarding, stimulating and fun

As a Volunteer, you receive the following benefits:

  • Complimentary meal every day you volunteer
  • The opportunity to meet new people and develop new skills
  • Free health screenings and annual flu shot
  • Special celebrations in your honor with occasional opportunities to see behind the scenes
  • Progressive Health Center free massage chairs and other wellness opportunities

Understand the Application Process

To ensure patient safety, volunteers need to complete the following during the on-boarding process: Adult or Teen Volunteer Application Form, Background Check, and Health Requirements (Proven immunization from Varicella, MMR, Tdap, current TB Skin Test and FLU shot during flu season). Additionally, teens need to provide a copy of their Social Security Card and sign a Teen Contract.

You will receive a Placement Phone Call

During this brief 15 to 20 minute phone call, we will review your application standing, discuss various placement opportunities and determine what works for your interest and availability.

Attend a Volunteer Orientation

Hospital/Volunteer Orientation occurs on a quarterly basis in January, April, June and October. Volunteers have the option of attending a hospital wide orientation on Monday’s from 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. that includes lunch and an opportunity to hear from hospital leadership or an evening option on Tuesday’s from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.

During orientation, volunteers will review the Volunteer Handbook, Code of Conduct, tour the hospital, take a badge picture and receive a volunteer t-shirt. Only volunteers whose background check are cleared and who have completed their immunizations requirements may attend monthly orientation. This process begins with completion of the adult or teen volunteer application.

Orientation dates as follows:

  • January 14 or 15, 2019
  • April 8 or 9, 2019
  • June 4, 2019 (Summer only volunteers must attend this date) or June 10, 2019
  • October 14 or 15, 2019

Train on your Unit

Volunteers can expect to train on their unit the week following orientation.
Adult Volunteer Application (ages 18+)
Teen Volunteer Application (ages 14 – high school seniors)

Contact Volunteer Services at pslvolunteerservices@HealthOneCares.com or 720-754-6107 with any questions you have about volunteering with us.

Active Volunteers Portal

Welcome volunteers. Here you will find everything you need to navigate your volunteer experience.

Contacts

  • Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center - 720-754-6000 (to call staff or units directly)
  • Volunteer Services Telephone - 720-754-6107
  • Volunteer Services Email – pslvolunteerservices@HealthOneCares.com

Special Projects and Events Team

Email Katharine if you would like to the opportunity to volunteer for special projects or events. You will receive upcoming opportunity emails and can sign up for whatever catches your interest and availability. Never any pressure but we always appreciate the help.

Teen Volunteer Program

Teens make our hospital a brighter place. Teens are welcome to volunteer in any of our teen friendly roles. To volunteer, teens must show proof of a 3.0 or better G.P.A., and have a recommendation from a teacher, coach or other advisor. Teens who are committed to serving on a regular basis and have successfully completed 6 months may be eligible to serve in areas throughout the hospital.

Teen volunteers who want to grow their leadership skills are encouraged to apply to our Teen Leaders Program. The Teen Leadership Program is an elite opportunity for a select group of teens. Teens will participate in 5 weeks of leadership training prior to beginning weekly volunteer shifts at the Welcome Center or Ronald McDonald House.

Throughout the program, teens participate in enrichment opportunities and can volunteer at hospital events. After successful completion of the program, teens are eligible to volunteer in many different areas of the hospital. Graduating teens earn college scholarships and a recommendation letter.
Teen Volunteer Application (ages 14 – high school seniors)

Mini-Medical University

Learn about medical careers in this one day hands-on event.
The P/SL Mini Medical University is a one-of-a-kind learning experience for high school students interested in learning more about careers in medicine. This action packed hands-on educational program focuses on experiential activities as well as direction interactions with physicians and staff. Mini Medical University occurs each year in the spring and fall. Teen Volunteers and Leaders attend for free.

Check back for information about upcoming sessions!

Contact Volunteer Services at
pslvolunteers@healthonecares.com or 720-754-6107 with any questions regarding our teen program. We request teens make their own inquiries.

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Healthstream

Healthstream is your HCA online education resource. All classes attended through Presbyterian/St. Luke's HealthCare-sponsored programs are tracked through HealthStream and available for review at any time. In addition, HealthStream offers a variety of continuing education courses that may be of interest.

Electronic Pay Stub (e-Stub)

Keep track of your wages and PTO from this helpful website. You can get information 24/7 and paystubs are posted on the Thursday before payday. e-Stub Statements

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HCA Hope Fund

The HCA Hope Fund is an employee-run, employee-supported 501(c)3 charity. The goal of the HCA Hope Fund is simple: to help HCA employees and their immediate families who are affected by hardship. This includes disasters, extended illness/injury and other special situations. The fund provides emergency information, referrals and/or financial aid. HCA employees, vendors, affiliated physicians and the general public can make tax-deductible donations to the fund.
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Diversity is valued and actively promoted in the workforce at all levels. We strive to celebrate cultural and other differences and consider them strengths of the organization.
We are committed to:

  • Providing an inclusive work environment where everyone is treated with fairness, dignity and respect.
  • Recruiting and retaining a diverse staff reflective of the patients and communities we serve.

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