The PGY-2 Critical Care Residency Program is organized and designed to provide the postgraduate resident the opportunity for advanced training in the critical care arena. The resident will complete multiple learning experiences in the Medical Intensive Care Unit as well as the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Additionally, the Critical Care Resident may complete rotations in Trauma, Pediatric Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine, Bone Marrow Transplant, and Infectious Diseases. Upon completion, the resident will have the ability to practice within all facets of critical care. The resident also will actively participate on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee as well as the Formulary Subcommittee. The resident will be expected to teach within the intensive care units as well as at the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.
Number of Positions: PGY-2 Critical Care – 1
Starting Date: All Residents – July 1, 2020
Estimated Stipend: $50,000+
Interview Required: Yes
Fringe Benefits: Comprehensive flexible benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, life and disability. In addition, the residents receive paid days off, paid holidays, and financial support for travel to professional and educational programs and professional society meetings.
About WVU Medicine
WVU Hospitals, a 710-bed tertiary care center, serves as the primary teaching destination for West Virginia University’s health professions schools. We are a member of the West Virginia United Health System.
The clinical excellence of WVU Hospitals has been nationally recognized (Level One Trauma Center, Magnet recognition for nursing, etc.), and we are widely considered a leading employer of choice for our employee-friendly environment and approach.
WVU Hospitals, the flagship campus of WVU Medicine, includes the flagship hospital Ruby Memorial Hospital, WVU Children’s Hospital, WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, the Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center, and the Chestnut Ridge Psychiatric Center on the same campus in Morgantown. University Healthcare in the eastern part of the state and Potomac Valley Hospital in Keyser, WV, are subsidiaries of WVU Hospitals, Inc.