Our Institution The Center for AIDS Research and Treatment at North Shore University Hospital is the largest New York State-designated AIDS Center on Long Island, providing primary care to over 2,100 HIV-infected individuals. Here, a Board Certified Infectious Disease specialist and nurse-case manager are assigned to each patient, consistently rendering the highest possible quality of care.
The Division of Infectious Diseases provides over 2,000 consultations each year for patients with brain, lung, heart, intestinal, blood, skin and soft tissue infections, supporting the numerous medical programs at North Shore University Hospital.
Our Program The ASHP-accredited PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program at North Shore University’s Division of Infectious Disease is a 12-month program with a strong focus in infectious diseases, particularly, HIV and hepatitis C. This program also allows the resident to gain experience in various outpatient specialties such as internal medicine, rheumatology, oncology, and transplant. The goal of this program is to prepare pharmacists for the role of an ambulatory care specialist, clinical coordinator, and/or an adjunct faculty member in an area of ambulatory care pharmacy. The resident will have opportunities to foster skills in medication management, direct patient care, and leadership throughout the residency year.
Residency Learning Experiences Core Rotations - Hepatology - HIV I - HIV II (primary care) - Internal Medicine - Orientation
Elective Rotations - Internal Med II / Anticoagulation - Oncology - Rheumatology - Transplant
Application Process Applicants interested in the pharmacy residency program at North Shore University Hospital's Division of Infectious Disease should apply using the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). Applications are due by January 16, 2019.
Essential application information includes: - Curriculum vitae - Letter of intent - Three (3) letters of recommendation
For more information please contact:
Megan Lam, PharmD, AAHIVP Residency Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org