The PGY2 EM residency is a 12-month, organized, directed, postgraduate training program focusing on the development of the skills and competencies necessary to provide optimal pharmaceutical care to emergency medicine patients. Under the guidance of specialty trained preceptors, the resident will develop advanced clinical skills and professional confidence.
The LRH Emergency Department (ED) has 165 total beds including 16 critical resuscitation beds. The Pediatric ED houses 33 beds including three critical resuscitation beds. The ED is the second busiest single site ED in the nation with a pre-pandemic volume of over 204,000 patient visits annually.
Adult Emergency Medicine I and II Orientation Pediatric Emergency Medicine Trauma
Adult Emergency Medicine III Critical Care Infectious Disease Neurology Pain Management
Required Longitudinal Experiences
Pre-Hospital (EMS education and ride-along experiences) Presentations (case conferences, CE seminar, research) Professional Development Research (medication use evaluation presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, research presented at Florida Residency Conference, monograph presented to P&T) Staffing (12 weekends per year, additional evening coverage as year progresses) Toxicology
Lakeland Regional Health Systems, Inc. includes Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center, an 864-bed, not-for-profit hospital with more than 5,500 employees and an active medical staff of nearly 800 physicians. With 188,000 patient days, almost 3,000 births and 42,000 patient admissions each year, Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center is one of the largest hospitals in Florida.