►The Pharmacotherapy Department at Southern Regional Area Health Education Center serves as a resource for practicing pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy students and residents, and other health professionals in our nine county region.
Experiential training for pharmacy students from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy and Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is provided at a variety of locations throughout our region.
►Rotations are available in the areas of internal medicine, ambulatory care, diabetes care, hematology/oncology, pediatrics, long term care, critical care, cardiology, pharmacy administration, home infusion therapy, drug information, geriatrics, psychiatry, hospital pharmacy and community pharmacy.
Pharmacy students completing rotations in the SR-AHEC region gain an overall picture of the health care system, as rotations are available in governmental hospitals (military and VA), small community hospitals, and a large, regional medical center. In addition, students can complete community rotations in independent and chain community pharmacies.
Students from other schools of pharmacy are welcome to contact Dr. Susan Miller if they are interested in completing rotations in the SR-AHEC area. The possibility to arrange a rotation in the SR-AHEC area will depend on preceptor availability and the ability to create an affiliation agreement with the potential rotation site.