Pharmacy Residency in Internal Medicine: Meet Our Resident
The PGY2 Pharmacy Residency in Internal Medicine is designed to transition PGY1 Pharmacy resident graduates from a generalist to specialized practice focused on the care of adults with medical problems, primarily in the inpatient setting.
Meet Our Resident: Adam Hood
- PGY1: Rush University Medical Center
- Pharmacy School: University of Illinois at Chicago
- Residency Project: To be determined
- Career Interests: Internal medicine, education, academic medicine, leadership
- Hobbies: Reading, running, cooking, gardening (when I have a yard), hiking
- Why UW? I have always enjoyed working with people and helping them solve their problems. Pharmacists at UW play a larger role in the admission and discharge process than any place I have seen before, which allows me the opportunity to talk to and help all my patients. As an institution, the pharmacy department is very progressive offering a large number of unique pharmacist services. The vast majority of pharmacists are board certified, which allows for excellent learning opportunities. I also wanted to train in another large academic medical center associated with a school of pharmacy and medicine to enhance my ability to help educate and train the health professionals of the future.
- Contact E-mail: AHood@uwhealth.org