Residency Listing

Connecticut Children's Medical Center/University of Connecticut
Department of Pharmacy
282 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Code: 11012
NMS Code: 718255
Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2)
Infectious Diseases Pharmacy
Accreditation Status: Accredited
 
Residency Program Director: Jennifer E Girotto, Pharm.D.
(860) 545-9232
Email: jgirotto@connecticutchildrens.org
  
Director of Pharmacy: Matthew Wallace, MS, R.Ph.
(860) 545-9092
Email: mwallace@connecticutchildrens.org
  
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12-month residency
Number of Positions: 1
Estimated Stipend: 37500
Interview Required: Yes
 
Residency Special Features:   

This PGY2 residency provides postgraduate training to create independent pediatric infectious disease clinical pharmacy specialist who is also prepared to be clinical track faculty member at a school of pharmacy. The program offers rotations in antimicrobial stewardship, pediatric infectious diseases, microbiology, emergency medicine, research, and academia. The resident also participates on various committees and completes a major project. Residents develop skills in teaching through providing didactic and experiential education for University of Connecticut pharmacy students.

 
Fringe Benefits:   

Health insurance, parking, professional travel reimbursement for required meetings, 2 weeks personal time off & 2 weeks for interviews/professional meetings.

 
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   

PharmD from ACPE accredited institution, completion of PGY1 residency, licensure in Connecticut by July 1st of residency year, letter of intent, CV, college transcripts, 3 recommendations.

 
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Privately owned
Model Type(s): Teaching/Tertiary Care
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 41
Non-Professional Staff: 5
Total Beds: 183
Average Daily Census: 117
Site Special Features:   

Connecticut Children's Medical Center is a nationally recognized children's hospital. It is the only free-standing pediatric hospital in Connecticut and is the primary pediatric teaching hospital for the University of Connecticut health-professional students. Connecticut Children's has an established antimicrobial stewardship program that has demonstrated reductions in broad-spectrum antimicrobials and improvements in antimicrobial utilization. Hartford, Connecticut's capital, offers much in the way of historic and artistic attractions and is also nestled midway between NYC and Boston.