The PGY2 ambulatory care resident rotates through various collaborative drug therapy management and interdisciplinary clinics serving a diverse patient population, including family medicine, internal medicine, anticoagulation, and HIV primary care. The resident collaborates with faculty and residents in the Department of Pharmacy Services to provide transitions of care oversight for the inpatient Pharmacotherapist-On-Call program. Approximately 5% of the program duration will be spent in staffing activities, with the majority of time dedicated to direct patient care, followed by teaching and scholarship. The resident will have opportunities to co-precept students while on rotation and facilitate didactic educational activities at TBHC and local colleges of pharmacy.
Must apply through PHORCAS, Graduate of ASHP accredited PGY1 residency, Authorized to work in the U.S., Pharm.D, Licensure (preferred), Curriculum Vitae, Three letters of recommendation, Minimum GPA 3.2, One letter of reference from a PGY1 residency program director and one additional letter from a residency program preceptor.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center is Brooklyn’s first/oldest hospital, easily accessible by mass transit, located two subway stops from Manhattan in bustling Metro-Tech/Downtown/Fort Green Park section of New York’s most famous borough.