Pharmacy Residency Programs

 
PGYI Pharmacy Residency Program
 

Mount Sinai Hospital’s PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is a broad, comprehensive pharmacy practice experience that prepares residents for multiple professional challenges and career opportunities.. As part of Sinai Health System, set in Chicago’s West Side neighborhood, it offers a unique urban experience that enables residents to benefit a population that is generally underserved.

Brief Overview of Program
Mount Sinai Hospital's PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program offers residents a chance to make a real difference in the community, serving the people of Chicago’s West Side. Our Pharmacy Department provides evidence-based, cost-effective and safe drug therapy aimed at attaining optimal patient care outcomes, and it addresses community-impacted diseases such as heart failure, diabetes, asthma and other pulmonary conditions. Our pharmacy residents gain experience in areas that include general medicine, critical care, emergency medicine, pediatrics/NICU, drug information, ambulatory care, oncology, infectious diseases and, pharmacy services management. Expectations of the resident include formal presentations to pharmacists, medical staff, residents and nurses; authoring pharmacy newsletter articles; MUEs; development of pharmacy students and development and presentation of a major project.

Sinai’s Pharmacy Residency Program boasts innovative programs to create a new residency learning experience with entitled transitions of care. It exposes the graduate pharmacist to the steps necessary to ensuring a successful transition from home to hospital, then back to home again. Caring for such transitions has been a recent focus of pharmacy practice and health care in general. The need for competent and knowledgeable pharmacists who are able to execute these functions is key to the optimization of pharmacotherapy in the peri-hospitalization period..   
 
PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Practice Administration