Emergency Medicine Residency Program
The PGY-2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency at St. Barnabas Hospital is a 12-month, full-time curriculum that provides the essential elements needed to develop a successful emergency medicine pharmacist.
- Providing optimal medication therapy management for patients in need of emergent care
- Designing and managing pharmacotherapy regimens for hospitalized patients in a variety of emergency medicine and intensive care settings:
- Training in ACLS and PALS and longitudinal participation in medical emergencies and resuscitation
- Training in ATLS and longitudinal participation in the trauma services provided in a Level II trauma center
- Attendance of monthly New York City Poison Control City Center Consultant Conference
- Opportunities for precepting, teaching, and counseling patients, students, residents, pharmacists, and other health care professionals as an integral part of the health care team
Pharmacists completing this residency will be competent practitioners of direct patient care in any emergency medicine environment. They will be accountable for achieving optimal drug therapy outcomes as members of the health care team. These pharmacists will exercise skill in educating other health care professionals, patients, and the community on drug-related topics. Also, the pharmacist will be able to integrate the accumulated experience and knowledge gained during previous training and transform it into improved pharmaceutical care for patients who are critically ill and that need emergent care. They will demonstrate professional maturity by following a personal philosophy of practice, monitoring their own performance, exhibiting commitment to the profession, and exercising leadership in improving the efficiency and safety of the medication-use system.
Core rotations include:
- Adult Emergency Medicine
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Toxicology and Public Health
- Medical Intensive Care Unit I
- Medical Intensive Care Unit II
- Medical Intensive Care Unit II
Elective rotations may include:
- Any core repeated
- Ambulatory Care
- Infectious Disease/Antimocrobial Stewardship
Longitudinal responsibilities may include:
- Student and resident precepting
- Didactic lecturing
- Clinical staffing
- Medication use evaluation
- Research project
- Committee/Service Involvement
Funding is available for educational meetings as well as membership in national and state professional organizations. Residents receive an annual stipend and are eligible for health insurance and paid time off.
Please submit the following information using PhORCAS (Pharmacy Online Residency Central Application Service) through ASHP:
- Curriculum vitae
- 3 letters of recommendation
- College transcripts
- Letter of intent (essay expressing interests and reasons for pursuing a residency)
NMS Rank code: 777669
Other supplemental materials may be listed online as appropriate. Residents must be licensed in New York within 30 days. Interviews are mandatory.
Interviews are mandatory. Application deadline: January 15.
Michael Liu, PharmD, MBA, BCCCP, BCNSP, BCPS
Interim Chair and Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Assistant Dean of Clinical and Professional Affairs
230 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027