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Pharmacy Residency Program

Program Overview

Sibley Memorial Hospital is a 318-bed community hospital located in northwest Washington, D.C. Sibley's campus is home to Grand Oaks (an assisted living residence), the Sibley Cancer Center and the Sibley Renaissance, which houses the Center for Rehabilitative Medicine, Sibley Senior Services, the Sullivan Breast Center, the Sibley Center for Advanced Gynecologic Surgery, the Sibley Center for Weight Loss Surgery, a skilled nursing care unit, a residential Alzheimer's unit, and Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center/Sibley Infusion.

As a private, nonprofit, full-service community hospital, Sibley offers medical, surgical, intensive care, obstetrics, psychiatric, heme/onc, pediatric radiation oncology and skilled nursing inpatient services. The hospital operates a 24-hour Emergency Department with a full range of outpatient services. Sibley is recognized in the community as a major provider of surgical, geriatric, oncology, orthopaedic and obstetrics services. As well as, a medical building with physician offices, ambulatory surgery and the new patient tower with 200 private rooms.

Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) Program's Purpose: The PGY1 pharmacy residency program develop pharmacists who are valued members of the healthcare team, achieving optimal drug therapy outcomes through the application of their knowledge. The program also contributes to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligibility for board certification, and postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.

The pharmacy residency program offers a variety of core rotations (internal medicine, critical care, oncology, drug information, central pharmacy practice, management, emergency medicine and geriatrics), longitudinal experiences (research and central operations) and elective rotations. The program provides flexibility for the residents to focus on individual interests and career goals. Each rotation is typically four to six weeks long.

Residents gain the skills to become confident, caring and well-rounded direct patient care providers. Residents also participate in Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee activities, Medication Safety Committee activities and medication use evaluations and provide education to pharmacists, nurses, physicians and patients. A major research project suitable for publication is also required.

Program Details

Type/duration: Pharmacy/12 months
Number of positions: 3
Application Deadline: January 5
Starting date: July
Estimated stipend: $54,080
National match code: 125213
Average staffing requirements: Every third weekend, one major and one minor holiday
Application requirements: Please apply online

For additional questions, contact Pharmacy Residency Director Monique Bonhomme, PharmD, MS, BCPS, at mbonhom1@jhmi.edu.

Benefits

Residents are eligible for full benefits including health and dental coverage and accrual of paid time off/paid days leave. A travel allowance will be provided to attend ASHP Midyear and selected meetings.