Residency Listing

Sisters of Charity Hospital
2157 Main St
Buffalo, NY 14214
Code: 22114
NMS Code: 271913
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Accreditation Status: Pre-candidate
Residency Program Director: Timothy J Vink, Pharm.D., BCPS
(716) 862-2117
Fax: (716) 828-3358
Director of Pharmacy: Edward Swinnich
(716) 828-2514
Fax: (716) 828-2511
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: PGY1 Acute Care Residency
Number of Positions: 2
Application Deadline: 2019-01-05
Starting Date: 2019-06-24
Estimated Stipend: 48000
Interview Required: Yes
Multisite: NA
Residency Special Features:   Sisters of Charity Hospital is Buffalo’s first hospital. Founded in 1848 by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, it has proudly served the Buffalo region for almost 170 years. A wide range of the latest medical and surgical treatment is available at Sisters of Charity Hospital, including exceptional maternity care, advanced vascular surgery, and comprehensive orthopedic care.
Sisters of Charity Hospital Specialty Services:
•Bariatric Surgery
•Emergency Care
•High-Risk Pregnancies
•Maternity Care
•Neonatal Intensive Care
•Orthopedic Care
•Sleep Disorders Care
•Stroke Care
•Women’s Services
•Wound Care
•Vascular Care
Our facility offers the latest medical treatments with a focus on comprehensive healthcare. From the smallest patients to the most challenging obstacles, Sisters of Charity Hospital delivers care when it’s needed most.

The program is a one year post-graduate residency program that provides an in-depth experience in broad areas of pharmacy including an inpatient setting at Sisters of Charity Hospital, as well as an ambulatory care setting at hospital-affiliated community clinics. This residency provides extensive training in internal medicine, emergency medicine, medication therapy management, practice management, critical care, and ambulatory care with a strong emphasis on clinical pharmacy practice in a multidisciplinary environment.

Core Rotations (8 weeks)
•Internal Medicine I & II
•Emergency Medicine
•Medical ICU/Cardiology
•Neonatal ICU
•Teaching Certificate, Research Project, Pharmacy Management, Leadership Series, Pharmacy Operations, Ambulatory Medication Management
Electives (5 weeks)
•Infectious Diseases, Long term care, retail/community pharmacy
•Customized electives at discretion of the Residency Director

Fringe Benefits:   •Duration: June 2018 – June 2019
•Number of Positions: 2
•Stipend: $48,000
•Fringe Benefits: health insurance, paid time off (22 days/year)

Special Requirements for Acceptance:   •PharmD graduates of accredited colleges of pharmacy or equivalent
•Residents must be eligible for New York State licensure
•Submission through the PhORCAS
•Letter of Intent
•Curriculum Vitae
•Three (3) Letters of Recommendation
•Official College Transcript

Training Site Type: Inpatient
Owner Affiliate: Sister's of Charity Hospital/Catholic Health
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 18
Non-Professional Staff: 12
Number of Medical Centers: 5
Total Beds: 260
Average Daily Census: 210