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PGY2 Residency - Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency 
The PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency
is recruiting for a highly motivated candidate with drive to succeed in a busy emergency department setting.

Program Director
Kelly Killius, PharmD, BCPS, kelly.killius@bmc.org, Call 617.414.4912

Program Description

This program offers specialized training in emergency medicine pharmacotherapy in the region's largest level 1 trauma center. After orientation to the department, the resident begins a series of rotations and other activities designed to meet the goals and objectives of the PGY2 residency in emergency medicine. Rotation options include emergency medicine, medical intensive care, surgical/trauma intensive care, and cardiac intensive care. Longitudinal activities include completion of a research project, drug policy development and teaching opportunities (formal CE lectures, leading case conferences, co-precepting students from local colleges of pharmacy). In addition, the resident meets the objectives for hospital practice by participating in the on-call program. 

Learn more about Boston Medical Center's Emergency Medicine Services

Learn more about Boston Medical Center's Critical Care Medicine Services

Core Rotations

  • Emergency Medicine (Extended Rotation) 
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine  
  • Medical ICU 
  • Surgical/Trauma ICU
  • Coronary Care Unit

Elective Rotations

  • Infectious diseases consult service 
  • Neonatal ICU 
  • Pediatric ICU 
  • Additional rotations may be available depending upon resident interest

Longitudinal Responsibilities

  • Emergency Department staffing
  • Resident Research Project 
  • Medication Use Evaluation 
  • Participation on residency committees

Teaching Opportunities

  • Resident Case Conference (weekly)
  • Inservices (to Nursing, Physicians, and Pharmacy staff) 
  • Two formal CE lectures 
  • Co-precept pharmacy students while on rotation 
  • Facilitate Therapeutics Seminars (Northeastern University) 
  • Resident Teaching Seminar (state-wide teaching series, certificate is obtained upon completion)
  • Emergency Medicine Core Curriculum
  • EMS Competency Days

Benefits

  • Estimated Stipend:  $47,500 
  • Insurance Benefits:  Health, dental, vision, disability, accidental death and dismemberment, life insurance 
  • Earned time accrual (holidays/vacation/sick leave) 
  • Office space with computer 
  • Travel/CE allowance:  Eastern States Resident's Conference, ASHP Midyear Meeting

Requirements for Acceptance

Doctor of Pharmacy degree from ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy; certificate from PGY1 program (or equivalent); eligibility for licensure in Massachusetts; be a US citizen or carry a permanent resident visa (a "green card"); complete application: letter of intent (including goals), college transcript, curriculum vitae, 3 letters of recommendation; personal on-site interview.

 

 

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Outpatient Pharmacies

Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center
725 Albany Street
Call: 617.414.4880
Toll free number: 855.274.MEDS
Hours: Mon-Fri: 7 am-7 pm
Sat: 9 am-5 pm
Sun: 10 am-3 pm

Doctors Office Building
720 Harrison Avenue
Call: 617.638.8130
Hours: Mon–Fri: 9 am–6 pm
Sat–Sun: closed

Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center
850 Harrison Avenue
Call: 617.414.4883
Hours: Mon–Fri: 9 am–8 pm
Sat: 9 am–4 pm
Sun: closed


Administrative Offices

Inpatient
Newton Pavilion
88 East Newton Street
Call:617.638.6790

Outpatient
Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center
850 Harrison Avenue
Call: 617.638.5781


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