Residency Listing

Hennepin Healthcare
Department of Pharmacy, 701 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Code: 63017
NMS Code: 658252
Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2)
Critical Care Pharmacy
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Residency Program Director: Jon T Jancik, PharmD, BCCCP
(612) 873-4709
Fax: (612) 904-4318
Director of Pharmacy: Christene M Jolowsky, MS, RPh, FASHP
(612) 873-9917
Fax: (612) 873-1609
Program Contact: Jon T Jancik, PharmD, BCCCP
(612) 873-4709
Fax: (612) 904-4318
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 month residency
Number of Positions: 3
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   This 12-month postgraduate specialized training program in critical care centers on the advancement of knowledge and abilities necessary to optimize pharmacotherapy of the critically ill patient. Required rotations include the Medical & Surgical ICU's, Medication Safety and Emergency Medicine. Additional rotations available: cardiology, ID, nephrology, renal transplant, burn, toxicology, Neonatal ICU/Pediatric ICU and Neurocritical Care/ Stroke. Residents present lectures, in-services and prepare a major project. The critical care resident serves as a preceptor for PGY-1 residents and pharmacy students.
Fringe Benefits:   The resident receives individual health insurance, paid time off, research project time and a professional travel reimbursement stipend.
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Pharmacy degree from an ACPE Accredited College of Pharmacy, successful completion of an ASHP Accredited PGY-1 Residency Program, and eligibility for Minnesota Licensure
Training Site Type: Hospital and Ambulatory Care
Owner Affiliate: Public
Model Type(s): Teaching and Acute Care
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 72
Non-Professional Staff: 72
Total Beds: 484
Average Daily Census: 350
Site Special Features:   Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) is Minnesota's first and largest Level 1 Trauma Center and a safety net hospital providing care for low-income, the uninsured and vulnerable populations. Specialty care centers include: heart and stroke, comprehensive cancer, burn, renal transplant, emergency medicine, positive care, and knapp rehabilitation. The emergency department, the most active in the state, provides treatment for approximately 112,000 patients annually.