The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program builds on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education to contribute to the development of highly trained clinical pharmacists, eligible for board certification and for postgraduate year two (PGY-2) pharmacy residency training.
The program is customized for each resident based on his or her goals, interests and experience, and offers three distinct learning experiences throughout the 12-month program: required, elective and longitudinal experiences.
One calendar month in length unless otherwise noted
- Critical Care
- Infectious Diseases
- Internal Medicine
- Elective rotation within The Johns Hopkins Health System
- Ambulatory Care (3 month, longitudinal experience)
- Integrated Pharmacy Practice Management (2 month, block experience)
- Medication Safety (3 month longitudinal experience)
One calendar month in length unless otherwise noted. Off-site rotations at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and other Hopkins entities also are available.
- Burn and Surgical Critical Care
- Cardiology and Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU)
- Emergency Medicine
- Investigational Drug Services
- Maternal Child Health and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Medication Safety
- Medicine Intensive Care Unit (MICU)
- Neurosciences and Neuro Critical Care Unit (NCCU)
- Pain and Palliative Care
- Transitions of Care
Required throughout 12-month program.
- IRB-Approved MUE Research Project
- Pharmacy Practice and Staffing
- Code response
- Community service
- Pharmacotherapy rounds, ACPE-accredited continuing education
- Teaching in multidisciplinary teams and at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
- Teaching certificate programs
- Precepting pharmacy students
- Participation in professional organizations
The resident must be a United States citizen or permanent resident, or, for non-residents, must hold an F1 visa with 12 months of Optional Practical Training (OPT) work permit.
Graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited school of pharmacy, or, for foreign graduates, must have received Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Examination Committee (FPGEC) certification.
Residents are required to become a licensed pharmacist in the State of Maryland preferably by August 1, but no later than September 1.
Benefits and Compensation
- ACLS/BLS training
- Competitive salary
- Competitive retirement package
- Full medical, dental and vision benefits
- Paid time off with holidays
- Professional development through JHHS and other regional experiences
- Professional memberships
- Travel expenses for ASHP Mid-year and the Eastern States Conference
- Wellnet programs