Benefits include paid-time-off, university holidays, health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance.
The UIC College of Pharmacy of Rockford, in conjunction with OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center (SAMC) Rockford, offers this PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency. The resident’s focus will be on direct care of ED patients within SAMC. The residency offers specialty training in emergency medicine, trauma, and critical care. An academic appointment with the school of pharmacy is provided and the resident may participate in didactic lectures, and function as a co-preceptor for UIC College of Pharmacy students and PGY1 residents. Residency requirements include clinical research, completion of two publications, didactic lecture(s), and a continuing education lecture is required. Pharmacy practice includes staffing every fourth weekend in the emergency department. By focusing on developing clinical pharmacists prepared to offer medication-related care on multidisciplinary teams, the program provides the advantages of preparation for establishing a new pharmacy service and board certification. Under the mentorship and guidance of experienced clinical faculty members, the pharmacy resident will transition from a PGY1 to an advanced specialty independent practitioner during the 12-month program.
Site Special Features: OSF SAMC is a Magnet® recognized 254-bed Level I Trauma, burn center and DNV Certified comprehensive stroke center. SAMC is one of 15 hospitals within the OSF HealthCare System. It has been nationally recognized for its management of strokes and coronary artery bypass graft surgeries. The Department of Pharmacy maintains an Affiliation Agreement with the University of Illinois Chicago College of Pharmacy.
Pharm.D. degree from ACPE accredited university, completion of an ASHP Accredited PGY1 program, eligibility for licensure in Illinois by September 1st, completed applications, college transcripts, interview, 3 letters of recommendation submitted through PhORCAS due 1/2/2023.
About University of Illinois Chicago, College of Pharmacy, Rockford
The UIC College of Pharmacy is considered one college, two campuses, with unlimited opportunities. The College is ranked number one in Illinois and number seven in the Nation by U.S. News and World Report and is ranked number seven in funded research among pharmacy schools in the USA. The Rockford Health Sciences Campus includes the Colleges of Pharmacy, Medicine, and Nursing. The College has an extensive alumni and preceptor network and is connected to a variety of major health-systems, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, and other organizations in the Rockford region and beyond. The Rockford Campus is home to the Colleges Rural Pharmacy (RPHARM) program, training students to practice in underserved rural communities.
Illinois’ fourth-largest city, Rockford is known for its low cost of living, many parks and forest preserves, sports, theaters, museums, restaurants, and other “big city amenities” in the context of a small-town feel.