This pediatric residency consists of a wide variety of required and elective rotations allowing the resident the ability to build on previous PGY1 and pediatric experiences. Required rotations include general pediatrics, neonatology, nutrition, hematology/oncology, critical care, cardiology, solid organ transplant and antimicrobial stewardship. Electives are available based on resident's interest. The resident presents and provides education in multiple settings, participates on various multidisciplinary committees and completes a major project during the year.
Pharm.D. required, PGY-1 residency required, application submitted via PhorCAS with letter of intent, curriculum vitae, letters of recommendation (clinical preceptors, Residency Program Director), transcript, licensure in Massachusetts.
Boston Children’s Hospital is dedicated to improving and advancing the health and well-being of children around the world through its life-changing work in clinical care, biomedical research, medical education and community engagement.
Boston Children's is ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. It is home to the world's largest pediatric research enterprise, and it is the leading recipient of pediatric research funding from the National Institutes of Health. It is the primary pediatric teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School. Boston Children’s treats more children with rare diseases and complex conditions than any other hospital.
For over 150 years, Boston Children's Hospital has maintained the same vision: to advance pediatric care worldwide. Our four-part mission is to: provide the highest quality of health care; lead the way in research and discovery; educate the next generation of leaders in health care; and enhance the health and well-being of the children and families in our local community.
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