The Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center is a 190 bed inpatient and expansive specialty outpatient facility dedicated to providing the best possible care for the patients and families served today. Duke Children’s is located within Duke University Hospital. The pediatric pharmacy residency provides an in-depth experience designed to enable development of practitioner - level basic knowledge, skill, and ability in pediatric pharmacotherapy. The pediatric residency is based in a variety of general and subspecialty areas within pediatric and neonatal medicine.
The resident will actively participate in interdisciplinary patient care rounds, teaching, medical/pharmacy conferences, and clinical research. Pediatric – based rotations include General Medicine, Pulmonary Infectious Disease, Cardiology, Neurology, Endocrinology, Genetic/metabolism, Neonatology, Critical Care, Cardiothoracic Intensive Care, Hematology/Oncology, Blood and Marrow Transplantation, Solid Organ Transplantation, Parenteral Nutrition Support, and Ambulatory Oncology and Ambulatory Infectious disease.
In addition to clinical responsibilities, the resident will develop the skills required to conceptualize and complete clinical research projects as well as provide education to pharmacy and other health care professionals. Opportunities for didactic and experiential training of Pharm.D. students are available through our affiliations with Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the University of North Carolina Eschelman School of Pharmacy.
Residency Program Director: Jill Lawrence, Pharm.D., BCOP, BCPPS
About Duke University Hospital
Duke University Hospital, established in 1930, is consistently ranked by US News and World Report as one of America's best hospitals. Located within the Research Triangle, Duke University and the region offer an excellent quality of life, including close proximity to the North Carolina beaches and mountains.
The 943 bed tertiary and quaternary care hospital serves as the flagship of Duke University Health System (DUHS), which includes two community hospitals, Duke Regional Hospital and Duke Raleigh Hospital, as well as affiliations with other hospitals in the region, community based primary care practices, home care, infusion services and hospice care. It offers comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, including a regional emergency/trauma center; an extensive complement of major surgery suites; recognition as one of 40 National Cancer Institute designated comprehensive cancer centers, an Eye Center, the Duke Heart Center and the Children's Health Center.
DUH also functions as a research hospital with a federally funded clinical research unit where medical advances are achieved and applied; and as a teaching hospital for students of medicine, nursing, and the allied health sciences.