North Shore University Hospital: PGY1 Program and PGY2 Critical Care
North Shore University Hospital: PGY1 and PGY2 Critical Care
Location: Manhasset, New York
Critical Care Pharmacy
North Shore University hospital (NSUH) is one of the cornerstones of Northwell Health. It offers a wide range of specialty and subspecialty residency programs, postgraduate training programs and clinical fellowships for research and education. The hospital is a 806 bed teaching hospital on the 58-acre Sandra Atlas Bass Campus. NSUH provides leading-edge care in all medical specialties, including open-heart surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, urology, maternal-fetal medicine, first and only kidney transplant center in Nassau and Queens Counties and the first and only full-service destination for heart transplantation in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and across all of Northwell. North Shore is also home to Long Island’s first adult liver transplant program which commenced in 2019.
The ASHP-accredited PGY-1 pharmacy residency program at NSUH is a twelve-month program with a focus on in-patient centered - medication therapy management. The goal of the PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at NSUH is to offer a pharmacist the opportunity to accelerate their growth beyond entry-level professional competence. The resident will have the opportunity to further develop their proficiency and skills, with a program tailored to their interest and needs.
North Shore University Hospital also offers two PGY2 programs with opportunities for early commitment:
- Critical Care
- Infectious Disease in conjunction with Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Ambulatory Care Experiences:
Choose from Geriatrics, HIV, Internal Medicine, Oncology
Critical Care experience
Choose from MICU/SICU, Cardiothoracic Care, Neurosurgical ICU
Internal Medicine, 2DSU
Internal Medicine, 4DSU
Orientation I and II
Elective rotations: Can repeat core rotation as an elective
Geriatrics, HIV, Internal Medicine, Oncology
Internal Medicine, Team-Based Approach
Medication use evaluation
Research project / manuscript
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About North Shore University Hospital: PGY1 and PGY2 Critical Care
A cornerstone of Northwell Health, North Shore University Hospital offers the highest quality care in all medical specialties. We are a teaching hospital for the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, providing a wide range of specialty and subspecialty residency programs, postgraduate training programs and clinical fellowships to educate the clinicians of the future.
We emphasize excellence, safety and innovation in all that we do, including:
Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital—One of New York’s largest and most successful cardiac programs, our Heart Hospital offers advanced technology, access to clinical trials and the expertise of a team of nationally recognized specialists.
Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery—Known as a referral center for complex, complicated cases, the Institute brings together multidisciplinary teams with years of specialized training in surgical and nonsurgical care for stroke, movement disorders and brain anomalies.
300 Community Drive
Manhasset, NY 11030
Groundbreaking organ transplantation services—We perform heart, kidney and liver transplants. Our Heart Hospital was the first on Long Island ...to perform a heart transplant; we are the only hospital providing the full range of heart transplant services, from preoperative care to recovery, in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. And we offer the only kidney transplant center in Nassau and Queens.
Orthopedic care from diagnosis to rehabilitation—We offer a full range of services for conditions affecting the bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons, including inpatient and ambulatory surgery. Our orthopedic surgeons have helped develop orthopedic devices in use across the country.
An exceptional emergency department (ED)—The physicians and nurses of our ED, an American College of Surgeons (ACS)-designated Level 1 Trauma Center, care for more than 90,000 patients a year. North Shore University Hospital is ranked among the state’s top five facilities for trauma survival rates.
Comprehensive Wound Healing Center—Our specially trained team uses the latest in evidence-based care to promote healing of chronic and complex wounds.