The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center will develop the graduate into a clinical pharmacist with the ability to function within a health system. Rotations offered include: internal medicine, cardiology, infectious diseases, ambulatory care, critical care, and emergency medicine. Other longitudinal experiences involve a research project, formal presentations, hospital committees, and student teaching opportunities. Additionally, the resident will become BLS/ACLS certified, complete CITI training for biomedical research, serve as attending clinical pharmacotherapy resident for student pharmacists, teach pharmacotherapy recitations and physical assessment at the Touro College of Pharmacy, complete a Teaching or Leadership Certificate program, participate in continuing education programs, and attend ASHP Midyear as well as a regional conference.
Graduated from ACPE-accredited Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program [or have a Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Committee (FPGEC) certificate from the National Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)]
Official academic transcripts required as part of application process (Minimum GPA 3.0)
Eligible for licensure in New York State
See also: Failure to Obtain Licensure Policy
Apply through PhORCAS, including curriculum vitae, letter of intent, three letters of recommendation (at least one from APPE preceptor)
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a 350-bed teaching hospital located in an ethnically diverse neighborhood in northern Brooklyn, New York. Since 1889, WHMC has been committed to providing a single standard of highest quality care to the community through prevention, education, and treatment in a safe environment. WHMC's variety of services include adult and pediatric emergency departments, designated stroke center, internal medicine, intensive care, cardiology, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, and ambulatory care.