The PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Residency is an ASHP-accredited, 12-month PGY2 residency program. It is designed to provide a diverse experience while focusing on the individual needs of the resident. The program provides a broad experience in numerous aspects of transplantation including the heart, lung, kidney, pancreas, and liver transplant services as well as a focused rotation in transplant infectious diseases, transplant ambulatory care clinic, pediatric transplant, and surgical or cardiothoracic ICU. Completion of a residency project is required. This PGY2 residency participates in the ASHP residency matching program. In 2022, Barnes-Jewish Hospital performed 263 kidney, 110 liver, 51 lung, 37 heart and 2 pancreas transplants. Elective rotation opportunities include infectious diseases, oncology, critical care, hepatology, and perioperative services.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited school of pharmacy, successful completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency, and licensure in Missouri with MTS certification is required.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) is a 1,200+ bed urban, academic, quaternary referral center located in St. Louis, Missouri. BJH is the primary adult teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine. There are over 9,000 employees at BJH with over 300 in the pharmacy department. The pharmacy employs 160 pharmacists, over 50 of which are clinical pharmacy specialists with Board Certification. The pharmacy residency program includes 4 PGY1 positions and PGY2 training in critical care, infectious diseases, internal medicine, oncology, and solid organ transplant. BJH and Washington University School of Medicine have consistently been ranked among the nation’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. BJH also holds many programmatic certifications including Comprehensive Stroke Center, Level I Trauma Center, Level I STEMI Center, Siteman Cancer Center, and Comprehensive Solid-Organ Transplant Center. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is member of the BJC Healthcare System, which includes 15 hospitals and multiple community health locations.