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PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency

Overview
Our mission is to develop future progressive pharmacy leaders through a curriculum full of  coordinated practical experiences involving all of our expanding pharmacy services.

Mount Sinai Hospital’s PGY2 Pharmacy Residency program is a broad, comprehensive pharmacy practice experience that prepares residents for multiple professional challenges and career opportunities. One PGY2 HSPA position available.

Purpose

  • Develop skills in health-system pharmacy management
  • Develop competence in managerial, financial, and organizational components of health-system pharmacy
  • Develop effective organizational, integrative, and evaluation skills that will assist the resident in improving current and developing new pharmacy services
  • Develop sufficient knowledge and expertise in pharmacy with legal, regulatory, safety and accreditation requirements
  • Demonstrate leadership by developing working relationships with healthcare providers and other professionals on multidisciplinary teams and committees
  • Lead others through the use of effective communication, mentorship, action, and transformational leadership

Core Experiences

  • Orientation to Pharmacy Services
  • 340B/Specialty Pharmacy Administration
  • Medication Safety
  • Pharmacy Informatics and Automation
  • Clinical Practice Management
  • Advanced Pharmacy Operations
  • Pharmacy Financial Management
  • Quality and Regulatory Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Executive Health System Administration (with VP or Senior Leader)
  • Pharmacy Enterprise
  • Chief Resident
  • Mentor and direct IPPE, APPE students and PGY1 Residents
  • Primary preceptor of PGY1 residents and students on Hospital Practice Management rotations

Brochure

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Program Highlights

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How to Apply

PGY-2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency
Code: 41046
NMS Code: 688663
 
A qualifying applicant may apply using PHORCAS through the ASHP website. Each completed application must be absolutely complete and submitted by [TBD] in order to be considered. Applicants must also obtain three professional references, at least two of which are from clinical preceptors.
 
 
Sameer Shah  - PGY2 Program Director                           Matthew Dandino - PGY2 Resident (2016-2017)
 
 

Andrew Volk (2013-2014), Thomas Yu (2014-2015), and Brandy Cooper (2015-2016)
 




 

Primary Contact
Sameer Shah PharmD, MHA
Director of Pharmacy Services
PGY2 Program Director
Sinai Health System
(773) 257-2012 Office
(773) 257-2892 Fax
sameer.shah@sinai.org