The Infectious Disease Residency Program (PGY2) is a twelve-month program located at the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We recruit for 2 residency positions. This program prepares the residents to become a professional infectious diseases pharmacist through a broad range of learning experiences in advanced areas of infectious diseases and antimicrobial stewardship.
At the University of Minnesota Medical Center, we balance the latest in technology and treatments with patient-centered care. We provide care for a wide range of specialties including, medicine, critical care, transplant-both solid organ and stem cell, and pediatrics. As the core teaching hospital of the University of Minnesota Medical School and College of Pharmacy, our hospital is among the most respected in the nation, providing superior health care results. This program will provide development in clinical and problem solving skills as well as communication, leadership, and teaching in infectious diseases and antimicrobial stewardship.
12 weeks Antimicrobial Management Team
8 weeks Critical Care (Medical/Surgical/Cardiovascular)
4 weeks Adult Medicine Infectious Diseases Consult
PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency program completion (prefer ASHP accredited)
Minnesota licensure eligibility
Additional Salary Information: -24 days of paid personal days
-Travel stipend for local, regional and/or national pharmacy meetings
-Medical, dental and life insurance
-Resident generally have dual appointments as casual pharmacist status
About University of Minnesota Medical Center-MHealth, Fairview Pharmacy Services
Fairview Health Services, headquartered in Minneapolis, is a large, non-profit, academic health-system, providing exceptional healthcare across the entire continuum. In partnership with the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Physicians, our 22,000 employees and 3,300 affiliated physicians embrace innovation and new thinking to deliver greater value—higher quality, better experience and lower cost.
The University of Minnesota Medical Center and University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is a two-campus Academic Medical Center, with 874 staffed beds (including 60 bassinets) and is part of University of Minnesota Health. Fairview Pharmacy Services supports the entire health-system by offering innovative and comprehensive pharmacy services across the continuum of care. It is also the home of Fairview Specialty Pharmacy, the largest health-system owned specialty pharmacy in the country which serves patients in all 50 states.