- Competitively priced medical, dental, vision, prescription drug, life and disability insurance
- Accrued paid time off (PTO) and professional time to attend meetings
- Online library access, photocopying, resident office with individual desk and computer, parking
- BLS/ACLS training and certification
- Pharmacy continuing education
- Mentorship program
- Complimentary membership to the Southeastern Michigan Society of Health System Pharmacists (SMSHP)
The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) offers a PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency program based at Detroit Receiving Hospital (DRH). This ASHP-accredited PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency Program is designed to prepare a candidate to be emergency medicine pharmacy specialist who is qualified to practice in trauma or non-trauma emergency medicine centers either in community or academic hospital settings. In addition, our graduates will be qualified for adjunct or non-tenure track clinical faculty appointments in a college of pharmacy. The objective of the PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency Program at DRH is to provide an experience which leads to the development of expert knowledge and skills in emergency medicine pharmacy practice. The department of pharmacy at DRH provides 24/7 clinical services in the emergency department. An emergency medicine pharmacist is fully integrated into the multidisciplinary team which includes nurses, emergency medicine residents, and attending medical staff.
Core learning experiences include: General clinical and pharmacy operations (1 month); General Emergency Medicine (1 month); Medicine and Critical Care (1-2 months); General Surgery and Trauma (1 month); EM Antimicrobial Stewardship (1 month); Community Emergency Medicine – Sinai-Grace Hospital (1 month); Pediatric Emergency Medicine – University of Michigan (1 month); Medical Intensive Care (1 month); Toxicology – Michigan’s Poison Control Center (1 month).
Elective learning experiences include: EMS ride-along; Neurotrauma ICU; Surgery-trauma ICU; Burn ICU; Cardiothoracic Surgery ICU - Henry Ford Hospital; Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship.
The applicant must be an enthusiastic and highly motivated graduate of a college of pharmacy accredited in the United States and must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Michigan. Interested candidates should possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and have completed an ASHP Accredited PGY1 residency.
About Detroit Medical Center - Detroit Receiving Hospital
The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) Departments of Pharmacy Services have been training pharmacy residents since 1981 and are committed to providing high quality postgraduate training in contemporary hospital pharmacy practice. The programs are designed to meet each resident’s individual needs and assist them in attaining their personal and professional goals. Each DMC hospital offers unique opportunities for pharmacists who desire advanced training in pharmacy practice in a variety of settings. The Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) pharmacy residency programs emphasize all aspects of clinical and pharmacological management in adult and pediatric patients. The Post Graduate Year Two (PGY2) pharmacy residency programs contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists in specialized areas of practice.