PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency

Banner Health’s Emergency Medicine Residency provides comprehensive clinical training in advanced practice settings. Based at Banner - University Medical Center Tucson, the hospital serves as the flagship teaching facility for the University of Arizona Health Sciences which includes: medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and public health. The hospital has been recognized by U.S. News & World Reports for a number of specialties and is one of the top-rated hospitals in Arizona.

  • National Matching Services Code: 81003
  • Duration/Type: 12-month residency
  • Number of positions: One
  • Salary: $51,659
  • Application deadline: January 2
  • How to apply 

Patient Care Learning Experiences

Required Rotations

  • Orientation
  • Adult Emergency Medicine I
  • Adult Emergency Medicine II
  • Adult Emergency Medicine III
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Trauma Emergency Medicine
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • ICU Experiences (Choose three -- Medical ICU, Surgical/Trauma ICU, Cardiothoracic ICU, Pediatric ICU)
  • Toxicology

Elective Rotations (Select 1)

  • Research
  • Other ICU Experiences (Neuro ICU, Medical ICU, Surgical/Trauma ICU, Cardiothoracic ICU, Pediatric ICU)
  • Inpatient Psychiatry (off-site at BUMCS)
  • Infectious Diseases

Clinical Responsibilities

A complete list of activities will be discussed with the resident; such activities will include rounding with various multidisciplinary teams, meeting regularly with the resident's preceptor, attending and possibly presenting at pharmacy or other health professional meetings, assisting the preceptor with the training of residents, participating in pharmacy activities that cross specialty practice, providing written recommendations in the progress note section of patient's charts, and providing formal consultations.
The resident is also responsible for attending weekly clinical pharmacy conferences and providing an evaluation of each learning experience, preceptor, and self-evaluation based on residency goals and objectives. The resident may be assigned activities in the inpatient pharmacy. It also is expected that any circumstances that inhibit the ability of the resident to meet the objectives of the residency will immediately be brought to the attention of the residency preceptor.

Our program participates in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Residency Matching Program and is fully accredited by ASHP.

Pharmacy Residency Director

Daniel Jarrell, PharmD, BCCCP, BCPS
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Emergency Medicine
Program Director - PGY2 Emergency Medicine
(520) 694-9815