This ASHP accredited residency aims to produce clinical pharmacy specialists qualified to work in all aspects of cardiovascular pharmacy. Applicants will have completed an ASHP accredited PGY-1 residency. The residency is a twelve month program of training and experience based upon the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) standards for specialized hospital pharmacy residencies. The program will teach the resident to serve as an expert on the optimal use of medications used in the care of patients with cardiovascular disease and optimize the outcomes of patients with acute and chronic cardiovascular disease through provision of evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy. The cardiology pharmacy resident at JHH functions as a part of the multi-disciplinary healthcare team in a variety of settings and the program for an entering resident will vary in structure and emphasis based on the resident’s knowledge, experience, and interests.
John Lindsley, PharmD, BCPS-AQ Cardiology Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Cardiac Care Unit PGY-2 Cardiology Program Director The Johns Hopkins Hospital 600 North Wolfe Street, Carnegie 180 Baltimore, MD 21287-6180 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited school or college; and successful completion of an ASHP accredited PGY-1 Pharmacy residency.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Pharmacy does not currently sponsor candidates for H-1B status to work as pharmacy residents.
Internal Number: Cardiology
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