Post-Graduate Year 1
The Postgraduate Year One (PGY-1) Pharmacy Residency at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital located in Brooklyn, New York, is an American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) accredited post-graduate program consisting of 12 months of professional practice learning experience. The PGY-1 residency program's goals, objectives, and evaluation procedures are established to be consistent with the accreditation standards developed by ASHP. This program allows the resident to train and develop competence in an acute-teaching facility focusing on direct patient care and research. This program allows sufficient flexibility to adapt to the needs and interests of the individual resident, yet provides the basic foundation to develop professional practice skills.
This 12-month residency program will allow the resident to achieve the following competency areas upon the completion of the program:
- Provide evidence-based patient-care medication therapy management with interdisciplinary teams
- Manage and improve the medication-use process through advancing practice and improving patient care
- Exercise leadership and practice management skills
- Provide teaching, education, and dissemination of knowledge to a variety of health care professionals (i.e., pharmacists, physicians, nurses, students)
Upon completion of this program, the resident will be prepared to enter a specialty residency, fellowship program or a clinical practice position.
|Required Core Rotations||Elective Rotation|
|Orientation/Introduction to Drug Distribution||Medical Intensive Care Unit/ Surgical Intensive Care Unit|
|Adult Intensive Care Unit||Cardiology Critical Care|
|Antimicrobial Stewardship||Emergency Medicine|
|Infectious Disease||Internal Medicine II|
|Internal Medicine||Transition of Care/Outpatient Clinic|
- Hospital Practice
- Teaching Certificate
- The resident will have the opportunity to teach recitation courses.
- The resident will receive appointment at a local college of pharmacy.
- The resident will have the opportunity to precept pharmacy students.
- The resident will have the opportunity to participate in a teaching certificate program.
Each resident is required to complete a major research project and prepare a manuscript for publication during the 12-month program. The resident will work with the residency program research coordinator and other members of the pharmacy department and Hospital and learn essential key points of research design. The resident is expected to present his or her project at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting or Eastern States Residency Conference.
- Each resident will be provided with medical and dental insurance.
- Each resident is allowed 10 days of paid vacation and 5 sick/personal days.
- Each resident may travel and attend 2 professional meetings per program year.
- Basic Life Support (BLS)/Adult Cardiopulmonary Life Support (ACLS) Training & Certification.
Qualifications for residency
Applicants must have:
- Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy
- Licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of New York
Erin Y. Oh, B.A., Pharm.D., BCPS-AQ Cardiology
Director of Clinical Pharmacy and Residency Programs
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital