PGY2 Critical Care Program Description 
 
 
 
 

PGY2 CRITICAL CARE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Saint Louis University Hospital
Department of Pharmacy Services

Program

The Saint Louis University Hospital Critical Care Specialty Residency is a twelve-month residency that offers the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge, and a practice philosophy at a university-affiliated teaching hospital.  The program emphasizes advanced clinical and leadership skills and develops excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Available rotations include:
  • Emergency Medicine*
  • Infectious Diseases*
  • Pulmonary/Medicine Critical Care*
  • Solid Organ Transplant*
  • Neurocritical Care*
  • Trauma Critical Care*
  • Surgical Critical Care
  • Cardiology
  • Hematology/Oncology/Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Pharmacy Practice Management**

               * required rotations
               ** longitudinal experiences

The hospital has a training affiliation with the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy. A teaching certificate program using abilities-based education and applications in a didactic setting are features of this arrangement.

Hospital

Saint Louis University Hospital is a regional 356-bed, Level 1 Trauma and referral center whose primary role is the diagnosis and treatment of seriously ill and injured adult patients requiring highly sophisticated systems, technologies, and the support of highly-trained health care professionals from many disciplines. As a tertiary care center, we provide a full range of services in all areas of medicine and surgery. Saint Louis University Hospital is the primary teaching site used to carry out the educational mission of Saint Louis University School of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences.

Benefits

        
·  Stipend of $45,000                         ·  401-K plan                                                        
         ·  Paid time off                                     ·  Health/Dental insurance

Qualifications of Resident Applicants

Applicants must possess a Pharm.D. from an ACPE-accredited college or school of pharmacy, have successfully completed a PGY1 general practice residency (or have 3 or more years of relevant practice experience) and be eligible for licensure in the state of Missouri. Missouri offers temporary licensure for pharmacy residents.

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