The UAMS Northwest Regional Campus is an extension of UAMS’s medical education, research, and clinical mission in Northwest Arkansas. The regional campus was established in 2007 to help meet the state’s growing need for healthcare workers to serve the people of Arkansas. The colleges of pharmacy, nursing, medicine, and health professions have sites at both the Little Rock and Northwest campuses.
The COP is united by the shared objectives between the Little Rock and Northwest Regional Campuses. Faculty work together to ensure full collaboration between the two campuses, including teaching, research, and service. The COP is committed to maintaining excellent communication across the two campuses and providing all students with excellent pharmacy education that UAMS College of Pharmacy is known for.
Residency experiences include internal medicine, geriatric, family medicine, and telehealth clinics, as well as the UAMS North Street Clinic, an inter-professional, student-led, free clinic. The resident will gain experience managing various disease states and be exposed to a variety of practice types, including interdisciplinary team-based care, collaborative practice, and indigent care. Additionally, the resident will complete the UAMS College of Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program and be involved in the education of Pharm.D. students, medical students, pharmacy practice residents, and resident physicians. The resident will also complete the UAMS Research Certificate Program.
- Number of Positions: 1
- Estimated Start Date: July 1
- Residency Site Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
- NMS Code: 760690
- Site Coordinator: Amy Robertson, PharmD, BCACP