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PGY2 Internal Medicine Residency

Thank you for your interest, but we will not be recruiting for the Class of 2020-2021

The PGY2 Internal Medicine Residency is an American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Accredited Program structured to provide training for motivated individuals interested in specializing in the care of adult internal medicine patients. The resident will be an integral part of the multidisciplinary teams providing patient care in a variety of medicine and specialized medicine areas. Residents are actively involved in all aspects of patient care. Residents will focus primarily on acute care rotations throughout the year. There will also be an opportunity to spend time in clinics providing care to ambulatory patients. Clinic opportunities include community health center, anticoagulation, population health, hepatology, and specialty. Residents will participate in precepting and have the opportunity to complete a teaching certificate program through Rosalind Franklin University. Residents will participate in committees and complete P&T related and performance improvement projects. Residents spend the majority of time at their home hospital; however, they will travel to other hospitals for individual rotations and as needed for meetings.

Resident Activities

  • Provide comprehensive clinical pharmacy services as part of the multidisciplinary patient care team
  • Lead journal club discussions
  • Complete a research project and medication use evaluation
  • Conduct in-services and training for physicians/nursing/pharmacy staff
  • Precept pharmacy students and co-precept PGY1 pharmacy residents
  • Edit nursing newsletters written by PGY1 pharmacy residents
  • Complete a teaching certificate (if applicable)
  • Present and participate in projects related to Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee
  • Complete a drug class review
  • Create or revise drug use guidelines, order set, policies and procedures
  • Create or update pharmacy workflows or services
  • Actively participate on multidisciplinary committees
  • Provide drug information

Required Patient Care Rotations

  • Ambulatory Care
  • Critical Care
  • Infectious Diseases Consult
  • Medicine

Required Longitudinal Experiences

  • Drug Policy
  • Major Project
  • Medication Use Evaluation
  • Teaching
  • Service Commitment

Elective Rotations

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Medication Safety
  • Neurology
  • Oncology/Hematology
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Women's Health

Service Commitment

Each resident will work as a clinical pharmacist every third weekend, some holidays and assigned shifts throughout the year. While staffing, residents are expected to provide comprehensive clinical services working closely with attending physicians and medical residents to ensure appropriate drug therapy.