Maimonides Medical Center is a thriving, multicultural, tertiary-care academic teaching hospital located in Brooklyn, New York with 705 beds and more than 70 primary care and sub-specialty programs.
Maimonides is a level 1 trauma center, a center of excellence for stroke, heart and vascular, as well as others
The PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency program is an exciting and challenging program that allows residents to experience a wide array of pharmacy fields, with a particular emphasis on the emergency medicine, critical care, and infectious diseases.
Residents will continue to develop their knowledge and skills in order to provide safe and effective pharmacotherapy services
· Emergency Medicine
· Infectious Diseases
· Internal Medicine
· Medical Critical Care
· Pharmacy Administration/ Drug Information
· Antimicrobial Stewardship
· Emergency Medicine II
· Neonatal Critical Care
· Pediatric Emergency Medicine
· Pediatric Infectious Diseases
· Surgical Critical Care
· Medication Safety
· Trauma/Elective General Surgery
· Pharmacy Residency Mentorship Program
· Short call staffing
· Teaching and Learning Certificate
Official academic transcript
Three (3) letters of recommendation; at least two must be from clinical faculty or preceptors
Maimonides Medical Center is a thriving, multicultural, tertiary-care academic teaching hospital located in Brooklyn, New York with 705 beds and more than 70 primary care and sub-specialty programs. In August 2016, Maimonides Medical Center was designated as a level 1 trauma center for both adult and pediatric patients. Maimonides Medical Center's Emergency Department is one of the most active in the nation with more than 110,000 visits each year. The diverse patient population and broad array of disease states provide an ideal and dynamic learning opportunity for prospective PGY-1 pharmacy practice residents.