The specialty residency in critical care is an ASHP-accredited, 12-month PGY2 residency program at a large, urban, academic tertiary referral center. It is designed to provide a diverse experience while focusing on the individual needs of the resident. The program provides a broad practice in numerous aspects of critical care including subspecialty ICU experiences in neurologic/neurosurgery, cardiovascular, cardiothoracic, medical, surgical, trauma, emergency medicine and perioperative services. The resident will participate in code-response and on-call rotations. Completion of a residency project is required. Elective rotation opportunities include infectious diseases, oncology, pediatric ICU, transplant, and nutrition support services. A teaching certificate program is offered (if not completed in PGY1).
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited school of pharmacy, successful completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency, US citizen, and licensure in Missouri with MTS certification is required.
About Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Barnes-Jewish Hospital is a 1200 bed tertiary care medical center located in Saint Louis, Missouri. It is the primary adult teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine. Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine have ranked among the nation's best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Barnes-Jewish is the only hospital in the St. Louis region to be recognized among the best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Barnes-Jewish was ranked in 10 data-driven specialties and received the highest rating in 9 common care procedures. Barnes-Jewish Hospital features over 50 clinical pharmacy specialists in a variety of specialty areas.