The Johns Hopkins Hospital Cardiology Pharmacy Residency is an ASHP accredited twelve month program of training and experience. This program aims to produce clinical pharmacy specialists qualified to work in all aspects of cardiovascular pharmacy. The program provides flexibility to meet the interests and needs of the individual resident while at the same time ensuring the achievement of foundational skills for high quality cardiology pharmacy practice. This residency provides experience to numerous patient populations within cardiology and strives to produce experts in the practice of cardiology pharmacy. The residency will emphasize the resident’s interests while achieving the goals and objectives for PGY2 Cardiology Residencies set forth by ASHP.
Highlights of the residency include rotations include general cardiology, cardiac intensive care, advanced heart failure/transplant, cardiac surgical intensive care, and heart failure clinic, extensive experience in ACLS and emergency response via the departmental resident on-call program, and dedicated research time.
John Lindsley, PharmD, BCCP, BCCCP
Lead Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
Assistant Director, Hemostatic and Antithrombotic Stewardship Program
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