Residency Listing

University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Ave
Chicago, IL 60637
Code: 41080
NMS Code: 770069
Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2)
Emergency Medicine Pharmacy
Accreditation Status: Candidate
Residency Program Director: Samantha Bastow, Pharm.D.,BCPS
(773) 834-5822
Fax: (773) 702-4474
Director of Pharmacy: Bryan C McCarthy, Jr., Pharm.D., MS, BCPS
(773) 702-1030
Fax: (773) 702-4474
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 mo. residency
Number of Positions: 1
Application Deadline: 2019-01-04
Starting Date: 2019-07-01
Estimated Stipend: 46000
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   This specialty residency in critical care pharmacotherapy gives an in-depth experience in a variety of critical care settings including medical ICU, surgical ICU, cardiothoracic surgery ICU, coronary care, neurosciences ICU, burn ICU, emergency department, solid organ transplantation, and medical writing/research. Areas of additional emphasis include infectious diseases, pharmacokinetics, and nutrition support. Residents have opportunities to present formal lectures at affiliated schools of pharmacy and may serve as preceptor for pharmacy clerkship students. Completion of a formal clinical research project is required. Residents practice patient centered care, clinical and didatic teaching, research methodology, and clinical leadership.
Fringe Benefits:   The resident receives health insurance, sick leave, paid vacation, university discounts, professional travel reimbursement, lab coats, PALS training, and others.
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Doctor of Pharmacy degree and completion of a ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency, eligibility for Illinois licensure and completed application via PhORCAS.
Training Site Type: Hospital (Academic Medical Center)
Owner Affiliate: Private
Model Type(s): Teaching, Tertiary, Acute Care
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 75
Total Beds: 805
Site Special Features:   The pharmacy residency programs at UChicago Medicine are unified together as Graduate Pharmacy Education. The conscientious integration of senior residents with junior residents provides all programs a dynamic and collaborative training environment based on the principles of graduate medical education. More than just a hospital, the University of Chicago Medicine consists of two primary adult acute care facilities, a freestanding pediatric hospital, and outpatient clinics. Acute care services include six adult specialty ICUs, two pediatric specialty ICUs, and a variety of subspecialty patient care programs. The campus also serves as a primary training site for local pharmacy students and extensive research activities.