Children’s - Minnesota is one of the largest pediatric health systems in the United States and the only health system in Minnesota to provide care exclusively to children. An independent and not-for-profit system since 1924, Children’s serves kids throughout the Upper Midwest at two free-standing hospitals (Mpls and St. Paul), 12 primary and specialty-care clinics and six rehabilitation sites.
The PGY2 pediatric specialty residency is designed to build on pediatric experience gained during a PGY1 residency. The PGY2 resident will gain clinical experience in required settings including: pediatric medicine, PICU and NICU. The PGY2 resident may have approximately 24 weeks for choosing elective learning experiences from either campus to meet their interests. In the past, residents have chosen to pursue elective learning experiences in areas including: cardiovascular intensive care, pharmacogenomics, oncology, medication therapy management, epilepsy, ambulatory oncology and emergency medicine. Other electives may be available depending on the resident's area of interests.
The PGY2 resident will be a department educator and will provide RPh CE programs, student preceptorship, and didactic instruction to pharmacy students at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. The PGY2 resident shall have increased responsibility with hospital committees and department leadership, including leadership opportunities with the PGY1 residency program.
PGY1 residency or equivalent experience,
US citizen or green card/F1 visa,
PhORCAS application including: curriculum vitae, three reference letters, college of pharmacy transcripts, and supplemental PhORCAS application form.
About Children's - Minnesota
Children’s Minnesota is one of the largest pediatric health systems in the United States and the only health system in Minnesota to provide care exclusively to children, from before birth through young adulthood. An independent and not-for-profit system since 1924, Children’s serves kids throughout the Upper Midwest at two free-standing hospitals, 12 primary and specialty-care clinics and six rehabilitation sites. Children’s maintains its longstanding commitment to the community to improve children’s health by providing high-quality, family-centered pediatric services and advancing those efforts through research and education. This work is made possible in large part by generous philanthropic and volunteer support from individuals and organizations throughout the state and region. An award-winning health system, Children’s is regularly ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a top children’s hospital and by The Leapfrog Group for quality and efficiency.