- Doctor of Pharmacy degree by July of the residency year.
- Participation in ASHP’s Pharmacy Residency Match Program.
- Eligibility for licensure in New Jersey.
The following must be submitted by December 31, via PhORCAS:
- Curriculum Vitae.
- Letter of intent/personal statement.
- Three letters of recommendation.
- Official Transcripts.
- Medical, Dental, & Prescription insurance plans.
- Paid time off.
- Registration and travel to attend ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Eastern States Residency Conference.
- Enrollment into Rutgers Online Teaching Certificate program.
About Mountainside Medical Center PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency
- The pharmacy department, medical staff & administration at Mountainside Medical Center recognize the value and need for residency training in preparing individuals for careers in clinical pharmacy practice.
- Our 12-month program will provide a well-rounded training experience, offering you the opportunity to further develop your clinical and leadership skills while exploring the many facets of hospital pharmacy practice.
- Over the course of the residency year, you’ll engage in a variety of patient care rotational experiences with opportunities for patient care interactions, as well as with various medical team members via multidisciplinary rounds.
- During your experiences you will have the benefit of being supported by state-of-the-art pharmaceutical technologies, including automated dispensing cabinets & a fully integrated electronic medical record (EPIC) with bedside barcoding. In addition, our clinical pharmacy specialists serving as preceptors have robust experience, many having also completed a residency themselves, as well as having Family & Internal Med Medical Residents, thus fostering a supportive learning environment.
- Ultimately, the primary goal of our residency program is to provide our resident(s) with practical clinical training, as well as exposure to the research & administrative aspects of pharmacy practice. This will allow our resident(s) to build medication management skills & optimize the role of the pharmacist in patient-centered care.
Our postgraduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency program will equip you with the clinical & professional skills needed to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical services in a patient-focused health care setting. Our program will prepare you for clinical positions, PGY2 programs, as well as if you decide to pursue adjunct faculty positions at schools of pharmacy, medical schools & universities.