At Cook Children's, you'll find the best pediatric doctors in North Texas. Our professionals put the health and well-being of your child first and foremost.
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Cook Children's provides a complete network of care to children across the state of Texas.
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Looking for a pediatric specialty clinic? Cook Children's has more than 60 locations across North Texas, because even when your child's diagnosis is complicated, finding the right care should be simple.
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Cook Children's pharmacy residency training is divided into two post-graduate years. Each year long program introduces residents to multiple aspects of pediatric medicine, diverse patient populations and leading-edge health care technology. The goal of the programs is to produce well-rounded pediatric pharmacy practitioners with solid foundations built on the theoretical and practical application of clinical pharmacy skills.
Cook Children's is affiliated with University of Texas, University of North Texas, and Texas Tech Schools of Pharmacy.
The Cook Children's post-graduate year one residency program offers residents an opportunity to develop clinical pharmacy practice skills in a challenging and progressive environment.
Each core rotation is four to six weeks.
The Cook Children's post-graduate year two residency program helps residents transition from a general practice to a more specialized practice focusing on pediatric patients.
Candidates have completed an adult-focused PGY1 residency
Required rotations during PGY2 residency:
Elective rotations (choose four):
Candidates have completed a pediatric-focused PGY1 residency
Elective rotations (choose two):
Candidates have completed an pediatric-focused PGY1 residency
Throughout the PGY2 residency year, each resident must:
Cook Children's Pharmacy provides service to patients admitted to the Emergency Department, inpatients and outpatients. The pharmacy operates under a decentralized model, with a majority of pharmaceutical care occurring on the patient care units. Pharmacy services include drug procurement and storage, preparation and dispensing, drug therapy monitoring, medication reconciliation, patient education, and parenteral nutrition evaluation. The pharmacy is a part of the medical center's clinical support division and reports activities through the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Submit a current transcript of college courses completed.
Enclose a statement of your professional goals, both short-term and long term. Also include why you want to pursue residency training and why you are specifically interested in Cook Children's Medical Center.
Enclose a copy of your current CV. It should include schools or universities attended (including dates); degrees conferred or expected honors and awards, extracurricular activities, work experience, clinical rotations (taken and scheduled) and other pertinent information.
It is optional for you to attach a photograph to the application. The photograph will assist us in recalling you and your interview when all candidates are considered.
Selected applicants will be invited to interview at Cook Children's Medical Center at a mutually convenient time during late January or February.