This PGY1 program will enable practitioners to effectively provide pharmaceutical care to pediatric patients. Required rotations include critical care, neonatology, neurology, cardiology / transplant, general pediatrics, hematology / oncology and BMT. The resident will participate in pharmacy and medical staff development and complete a major project. Responsibilities also include hospital committee participation and minimal staffing requirements. Involvement at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy consists of a teaching certificate program and seminar presentation. The resident receives health insurance, paid vacation, discounted meals, free parking, and funding for professional travel and development.
Requirements include graduation from ACPE accredited college of pharmacy.
About St. Louis Children's Hospital
St. Louis Children's Hospital, member of BJC Health System, is a 402-bed tertiary care facility affiliated with Washington University Medical School, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy. The Department of Pharmacy is currently seeking a PGY1 Pharmacy Resident. Responsibilities include active participation in patient care rounds, drug therapy monitoring, pharmacokinetic consultations, provision of drug information, drug utilization review, and medication education to patients / families and patient care team. In addition to competitive compensation and complete benefits, also experience the rewards that come from making a difference in the lives of so many children.