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PGY2 Internal Medicine

The PGY2 Internal Medicine residency is a 12-month, full-time training program. This specialty program is designed to build upon the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and refine clinical knowledge and leadership in the care of the internal medicine patient. The resident will have opportunities to gain experience in direct patient care in both the inpatient and outpatient settings while working with a multidisciplinary healthcare team. Upon completion of the program, the resident is expected to demonstrate competency in the care of the internal medicine patient through direct patient care activities, clinical research, and education of patients and other healthcare providers.

The program includes required rotations in internal medicine (20 weeks), cardiology, longitudinal ambulatory care (25 weeks including diabetes clinic, telemedicine, heart failure clinic, family medicine clinic, etc.), antimicrobial stewardship, and critical care (medical or cardiac ICU). Elective rotations include emergency medicine, solid tumor malignancies, solid organ transplant, transitions of care, drug information and practice management. Completion of a longitudinal research project, a pharmacotherapy grand round and a drug monograph and participation in Pharmacotherapy subcommittee are also required.

To Apply

Applicants must have graduated from an accredited Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program and completed an ASHP-accredited pharmacy practice residency (or equivalent experience) prior to beginning this critical care residency. Applicants must also be eligible for licensure in New York State.

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Residency Programs participate in the ASHP-associated Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) for applications and the National Matching Service (NMS) for the residency matching process. Required documents should be submitted through PhORCAS by January 2, 2020. Required documents include:

  • Letter of Intent
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Transcripts
  • Three references

More details on the use of PhORCAS can be found at ashp.org.

Contact

GRACE I. SHYH, PHARMD, BCPS, BCACP

Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Department of Pharmacy
170 William Street, Rm 214A
New York, NY 10038
Email: gis9029@nyp.org