Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) in Dallas, Texas is seeking well-qualified candidates for our one-year PGY1 & PGY2 Pharmacy Residency Programs in Critical Care (RPD: Klay Ryman), Emergency Medicine (RPD: Paige Baize), and Solid Organ Transplantation (RPD: Lisa Fuller).
Graduates of the BUMC PGY2 residency programs are highly proficient, independent practitioners in their areas of expertise. The multidisciplinary teams and patient population at BUMC provide residents with diverse training experiences.
PGY2 Critical Care Residency:
At Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, the ASHP-accredited Critical Care PGY2 Residency program provides broad experiences with over 100 adult Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds, divided into Medical, Surgical-Trauma, Neurosurgical, Cardiothoracic, and Bone Marrow Transplant ICUs. BUMC provides care for a variety of high acuity critically ill and emergency patients and is designated as a Level 1 Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and ECMO Center of Excellence. Our PGY2 Critical Care Residents function as integral members of the critical care team to acquire practical clinical experience. Through patient data collection and analysis, residents develop the knowledge and skills to provide patient-specific and evidence-based pharmacotherapy while functioning as independent practitioners. In addition, valuable leadership and research skills are developed through participation in code blue response, critical care-related multidisciplinary committees, teaching, and completion of a research project.
At Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, the Emergency Medicine PGY2 Residency program provides substantial exposure to a variety of disease states in a high acuity, 74-bed emergency department. BUMC is a designated Level 1 Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, Chest Pain Center and ECMO Center of Excellence with a state-of-the-art emergency department that averages 100,000 visits and over 25,000 admissions per year. As the flagship hospital in a large hospital system, BUMC is integral in driving change within Baylor Scott & White Health. The purpose of the Emergency Medicine PGY2 Residency program is to develop confident, well-rounded emergency medicine clinicians prepared to serve as leaders in clinical service, research, and teaching. The Emergency Medicine PGY2 program is in candidate status with anticipated ASHP accreditation in early 2023.
At Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, the ASHP-accredited Solid Organ Transplant PGY2 Residency program aims to develop well-rounded clinicians who can provide high level pharmaceutical care in a variety of solid organ transplant settings. Our one-year specialty program is designed to provide inpatient and outpatient training for residents within the following solid organ transplant groups: kidney, liver, pancreas, auto-islet, uterus, heart, and lung. Residents will gain experience in the comprehensive management of a diverse population of transplant recipients and living donors throughout the various phases of care. Other areas of focus include development of skills in teaching, research, guideline and protocol development, and practice leadership. The structure and learning experiences will be continuously customized to meet each resident’s personal and professional goals.
Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, provides a wide variety of opportunities to experience a well-rounded residency. As the flagship hospital for the health system, Baylor University Medical Center is an integral part of driving change within the system. Our hospital, we average over 39,000 patient admissions per year across multiple specialties — including cardiology, solid organ transplant, oncology, hematology, hepatology, nephrology, and infectious disease.
Baylor Scott & White Health is the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States, and includes 48 hospitals, more than 900 patient care sites, 6,000 active physicians, and 40,000 employees.
Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, is a nationally recognized, faith-based, not-for-profit hospital that cares for more than 300,000 people each year. In 1903, the hospital opened with 25 beds; today it is a major patient care, teaching and research center for the Southwest. Baylor University Medical Center has 914 licensed beds. As the flagship hospital for the health system, Baylor University Medical Center is an integral part of driving change within the system. We average over 39,000 patient admissions per year across multiple specialties — including cardiology, solid organ transplant, oncology, hematology, hepatology, nephrology and infectious disease. It is home to a comprehensive Level I trauma center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, ECMO Center of Excellence-Platinum Status, the Baylor Scott & White Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center, offering patients access to more than 150 national clinical trials, and one of the largest solid organ transplant centers in the country.