The PGY2 solid organ transplant residency program at Henry Ford Hospital will develop the resident into a well-rounded practitioner. Henry Ford Hospital is a 802 bed, tertiary care, teaching hospital and is part of the Henry Ford Health System.
The Henry Ford Hospital Transplant Institute specializes in kidney, pancreas, living and deceased donor liver, heart, lung, and small bowel transplantation. Rotations will provide clinical experience in the inpatient as well as outpatient setting. Resident will be required to present an accredited CE program and participate in a weekly pharmacy grand rounds seminar. Resident will also participate in a longitudinal clinical on-call program. Resident will develop and implement a longitudinal research project. Didactic teaching opportunities are available at the local college of pharmacy. Pharmacists completing the PGY2 solid organ transplant pharmacy residency at Henry Ford Hospital will be qualified to become clinical pharmacy specialists delivering pharmaceutical care for all varieties of solid organ transplants.
The PGY2 residency program is an ASHP accredited 12-month learning experience with one position available per year.
Applicants must be graduates of an ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy, have completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency and be eligible for Michigan licensure.
Academic transcripts, letter of intent/personal statement, three professional references and curriculum vitae should be submitted to PHORCAS. The application deadline is January 1st. On-site interviews are required.
About Henry Ford Health System
Henry Ford Health System consists of 5 acute care hospitals, the Henry Ford Medical Group, 28 Henry Ford Medical centers, 3 Behavioral Health facilities, and the Health Alliance Insurance Plan.