The PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) is an individualized, organized training program designed to develop clinicians to practice independently and excel in clinical service, teaching and research. The program provides opportunities in both a variety of general and specialized practice settings. Residents will spend the majority of their time at EUHM, a community-based academic medical center. In addition, residents will have the opportunity to complete rotations at other Emory Healthcare sites, including Emory University Hospital and Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital.
Rotation schedules are flexible and designed to provide residents with a solid foundation of core experiences with ample opportunity for pursuing individual interests. Each resident is assigned a residency advisor to guide them through the program, as well as to ensure that the goals of both the resident and program are being met. Residents develop a customized training plan at the beginning of the year. PharmAcademic is utilized to analyze the resident's performance, which includes global evaluations conducted with the advisor and program director throughout the year.
Requirements: PharmD, eligible for Georgia Pharmacist License, letter of intent, curriculum vitae, 3 letters of reference, and on-site interview
About Emory University Hospital Midtown
Emory Healthcare is Georgia’s largest and most comprehensive health care system with the state's only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Emory Healthcare is the clinical arm of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University. Emory University Hospital Midtown is a 531 bed tertiary care center specializing in cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, oncology, neurosciences, general and vascular surgery, internal medicine, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, and neonatology. Emory University Hospital Midtown is staffed by Emory School of Medicine faculty and private-practice physicians who serve in one of the 28 medical specialty or sub-specialty departments of the health-system.