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Joseph Oliva, PharmD

PGY2 Ambulatory Care


Joseph Oliva

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Education

Pharmacy School: MCPHS University- Boston

PGY1: UNC Medical Center - Ambulatory Care Track

Hometown

Rutland, MA

Research

PGY1: Evaluation of an inpatient pharmacist transitions of care model on patient readmissions

PGY2:   Impact of pharmacist participation in the patient care team on value-based health insurance metrics in a primary care clinic

Why UNC

UNC provides a strong PGY1 program for those seeking a career in ambulatory care pharmacy that is structured around the concept of developing quality patient care throughout all phases of care as opposed to solely outpatient clinics.

This year I will practice primary care, internal medicine, and critical care pharmacy in a robust learning environment that is complimented by supportive preceptorship that will enable me to achieve my professional goals as a pharmacist. Besides these reasons, I chose to do my residency at UNC upon discovering their particular emphasis on mentorship as mentors have always been a significant part of my clinical and professional development.

All of this in addition to a progressive environment for pharmacy, invaluable leadership opportunities, and an unparalleled research experience has me very excited to practice pharmacy at the University of North Carolina Medical Center.

For more information contact:

Kamakshi Rao

Kamakshi Rao, PharmD, BCOP, CPP, FASHP
Assistant Director for Education, Research, and Practice Training