Thank you for your interest, however the 2019-2020 positions for this residency were filled by early commitment.
Children’s Medical Center Pharmacy leads the nation in the development, application and utilization of technology and pharmacy automation to provide the best and safest care to our patients and their families. An integral part of the patient care team, the pharmacists at Children’s Medical Center offer a variety of practice areas including inpatient services, ambulatory services, emergency room, critical care, NICU, hematology-oncology and retail pharmacy. In addition, Children’s Pharmacy provides support services, including research, education and performance improvement. As specialists in pediatric medication therapy management and pediatric drug compounding, all pharmacists utilize automated drug dispensing systems, pharmacy robotics, point-of-care drug administration and documentation, CPOE and bar coding technology from pharmacy to bedside.
PGY2 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and PGY1 pharmacy residency programs to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists in specialized areas of practice. PGY2 residencies provide residents with opportunities to function independently as practitioners by conceptualizing and integrating accumulated experience and knowledge and incorporating both into the provision of patient care or other advanced practice settings. Residents who successfully complete an accredited PGY2 pharmacy residency are prepared for advanced patient care, academic, or other specialized positions, along with board certification, if available.
Learning opportunities include aspects of pediatric care within the general pediatrics, pediatric ICU, neonatal ICU, hematology/oncology, emergency medicine, cardiology, nephrology, gastroenterology, infectious diseases, pulmonary, and longitudinal experiences. The resident participates as an integral member of an interdisciplinary team caring for children, assuming responsibility for pharmaceutical care of these patients. Program requirements will include: completion of a major research project and manuscript, MUE, delivery of an ACPE CE activity, participation in multidisciplinary committee meetings (i.e . P&T, Medication Safety, Antimicrobial Stewardship), completion of required staffing, completion of learning experiences, completion of pharmacist competencies (including BLS and PALS), disease state checklist and attendance and presentation at PPAG Annual Meeting.
About Children's Health
For over 100 years at Children’s Health, our mission has been to make life better for children. We have a long-standing commitment to our community that includes advocacy, education and preventive care, as well as making sure that all children are insured.
Our beginnings in 1913 were humble, but even then, our vision was big. Today our team takes great pride in serving as the eighth-largest pediatric health care provider in the country, and the only academically affiliated pediatric hospital in the area. For six consecutive years, Children’s has been recognized among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
As we enter our next century, we are committed to keeping alive Children’s Health Founder Nurse May Smith’s spirit of courage, dedication to excellence and the drive to grow so we can reach as many children as possible with the very best care.
Our commitment to our community reaches beyond our walls and into schools, social-service organizations, corporate boardrooms, city halls and legislative chambers. In addition to providing healthcare, we often serve as a voice for the voiceless and an advocate for the children who have no vote and ...no lobbying group to speak on their behalf.
Licensed for 616 beds
800,000 patient visits each year
$51 million in charity health care in 2012