The BMC Pharmacy Department is "All-In"! Are you?
The All-In committee works to promote BMC’s core value of “Many Faces Create Our Greatness” within the Pharmacy Department. The All-In committee seeks to ensure diversity in all beliefs, perspectives, and backgrounds within pharmacy in order to provide optimal care for all patients. Learn more about the All-In committmee, scholarship information, and much more!
BMC Annual Report
The BMC Pharmacy Residency Annual Report 2021-2022 is now available! Learn more about our programs, residents, preceptors, awards, and much more!
Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a 514-bed, academic medical center in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the largest safety-net hospital and busiest level 1 trauma center in New England. As the primary affiliate of the Boston University School of Medicine, BMC is dedicated to providing the highest standards for service and patient care whilst providing an exemplary, challenging, and rewarding educational experience. The BMC health network integrates the outstanding services of a university hospital with an extensive network of ambulatory care clinics and outpatient pharmacies to ensure excellent patient care across all phases of care.
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Pharmacy Residency Program Overview
The BMC residency programs are designed around the ASHP program requirements. Our award-winning preceptors are leaders in the pharmacy field and are continuously expanding the role of pharmacists within the healthcare industry (Read more about the most recent awards for BMC preceptors). With over 30 years of pharmacy residency experience, we are proud to be providing the most contemporary pharmaceutical care to a diverse patient population. Our graduating residents are well-prepared to pursue specialty residencies, advanced patient-care positions, and clinical faculty positions.
BMC offers 16 total positions in 8 different pharmacy residency programs. BMC is currently recruiting for 6 PGY1 residents for the 2023-2024 residency year (5 traditional residents and 1 international resident) The non-traditional resident positions have been filled and will reopen for the residency class of 2024-2025. The remainder of the positions are dedicated to PGY2 specialty programs in Ambulatory Care, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine, and Oncology.
For general residency inquiries, please email BMCPharmacyResidency@bmc.org
Number of Positions
|PGY-1 (General Track)||5||OPEN|
|PGY-1 (International Track)||1||OPEN|
|PGY-2 Ambulatory Care||2||OPEN|
|PGY-2 Infectious Diseases||1||OPEN|
|PGY-2 Internal Medicine||1||OPEN|
|PGY-2 Critical Care||1||OPEN|
|PGY-2 Emergency Medicine||1||OPEN|
|PGY1/2 HSPAL + MBA||1||OPEN|