The PGY1 pharmacy residency at Erie County Medical Center Corporation,a Level 1 adult advanced academic trauma and medical center with with 583 inpatient beds, as well as a regional center for burn care, behavioral health services, transplantation, medical oncology and head & neck cancer care, and rehabilitation. The PGY1 residency at ECMC is an ASHP accredited and provides twelve months of training in advanced areas of acute care pharmacy practice. The goal of this program is to develop future leaders in acute care pharmacy practice who will practice autonomously as an integral member of the health-care team in the clinical pharmacy setting and or as a clinical faculty member in the academic setting in a professional ethical and competent manner.
The residency year consists of several block rotations, longitudinal learning experiences, at least one research project, and a staffing experience. Other experiences available to residents include a teaching certificate program offered through the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, a didactic research class, and support for travel to at least 1 meeting. Other rotations or experiences may be available based on resident’s interest and availability of preceptors.
Application Deadline: January 5th 2021
Salary and Benefits: $43,000 + health insurance and support for at least 1 meeting
The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency conducted by Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, NY is accredited by ASHP
Eligibility: Graduate or anticipated graduation from ACPE accredited school of pharmacy, eligible for licensure in New York State
PhORCAS: Curriculum vitae, letter of intent, 3 letters of recommendations, pharmacy school transcripts
Program Duration: 12 mo.
Number of Positions: 2
About Erie County Medical Center PGY1
Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) is a Level 1 Adult Trauma Center, advanced academic medical center with 583 inpatient beds, as well as a regional center for burn care, behavioral health services, transplantation, medical oncology, head & neck cancer care, and rehabilitation. Our work with the most critical cases in Western New York has given us the privilege of caring for patients when they need it most.
As a major teaching facility for the University of Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ECMC is consistently at the forefront of medical research and ingenuity. In addition, most of our physicians and pharmacists precept students from area medical or pharmacy schools.