The PGY1 residency program at Henry Ford Hospital will develop the resident into a well-rounded practitioner in preparation for generalist practice or PGY2 training. Henry Ford Hospital is a 802 bed, tertiary care, teaching hospital and is part of the Henry Ford Health System. The PGY1 at Henry Ford is part of a large training program (17 residents/year, 1 fellow/year) offering a variety of rotation options. Rotations are available in internal medicine, general cardiology, infectious disease, nephrology, SICU, MICU, cardiac ICU, cardiothoracic ICU, neurology ICU, solid organ transplant (kidney, liver, heart, lung, pancreas), drug information/medication safety, inpatient oncology, antimicrobial stewardship, pharmacy administration, transitions of care, outcomes/IT and nutrition support. Clinic experiences include primary care, anticoagulation, HIV, oncology, transplant and pulmonary. While the resident can develop strong clinical skills in a variety of practice settings, areas of strength include infectious disease, critical care, cardiology, solid organ transplant and ambulatory care. Didactic and clinical teaching opportunities are available as part of optional college of pharmacy teaching certificate and a required clinical teaching skill development program. Residents will present an accredited CE program and participate in a weekly pharmacy grand rounds seminar. Residents will also participate in a longitudinal clinical on-call program. All residents will develop and implement a longitudinal project. Additional research and publication opportunities are available in a variety of areas, especially cardiology, ID, practice based/medication safety research. The department also trains PGY2 residents in critical care, pharmacotherapy (24 month program), oncology, solid organ transplant and infectious disease and a fellow in infectious disease.
Eligible for licensure in the state of Michigan.
Additional Salary Information: Health care benefits, free parking
About Henry Ford Hospital
Henry Ford Health System consists of 5 acute care hospitals, the Henry Ford Medical Group, 28 Henry Ford Medical centers, 3 Behavioral Health facilities, and the Health Alliance Insurance Plan.