The resident will practice within the main campus (Parkview Regional Medical Center) with opportunities to practice in local physician clinics in the region.
Parkview Regional Medical Center and Medical Park 11 Outpatient Pharmacy
Located on an expanded north Fort Wayne campus, Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC) provides medical services to patients in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. PRMC provides over 550 private acute care rooms. The facility is a level II adult and pediatric trauma center, an accredited pain center and a certified primary stroke center. PRMC also features specialty centers for orthopedics, women's and children's health, cancer and cardiovascular care.
The Parkview Medical Park 11 Outpatient Pharmacy is a health-system pharmacy that functions beyond a standard retail pharmacy. The pharmacy works with a variety of stakeholders to provide care to all who visit our pharmacy. The pharmacy offers a “Meds to Beds” service to various parts of the campus. The pharmacy works with the Parkview health plan to maximize patient experience and keep plan costs low. Additionally, our outpatient pharmacy fulfills the mission of Parkview by working with others to serve under-insured patients. We work with cancer services, medication assistance programs, and provide medications for mission trips and the local children’s zoo.
Parkview Physicians Group
Parkview Physicians Group (PPG) includes over 900 providers in more than 40 specialties and 100 locations throughout northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio. Currently, Parkview pharmacists practice in a number of specialties including primary care, with a focus on diabetes, and participate in several multidisciplinary clinics, including cardiology and transitions of care.
Comprehensive Medication Management Clinic (CMMC)
Parkview’s CMMC formerly known as the Anticoagulation Therapy Unit (ATU) has provided anticoagulation management to the northeast Indiana region for nearly 30 years. Established in 1995, the various clinics serve over 3,300 patients annually for anticoagulation education and management. The ATU also has a patient self-testing program, where patients can receive a meter and test strips through Parkview’s ATU with warfarin management by our highly-trained pharmacists.
Parkview Heart Institute
As the region’s only dedicated heart hospital, Parkview Heart Institute is focused on prevention, early detection and treatment of heart disease. Specialized cardiac ICU, acute care and accredited congestive heart failure and cardiac rehabilitation centers are all together in one location. Outpatient specialty clinics support patients with vascular, valve, hypertension, lipid and genetics-related heart conditions. Pharmacists are integrated in both the inpatient and ambulatory settings, with a focus on heart failure, hypertension, and lipids in the ambulatory clinics.