Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

Pharmacy Residency Programs

Clinical Rotations

Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency (PGY-2)

The resident will have the unique opportunity to practice internal medicine in several settings including acute care, critical care, emergency medicine, surgery, and ambulatory care. The resident will participate in daily morning report, daily patient-care teaching rounds, daily formal medical grand round lectures, and pharmacy-led clinical pharmacology rounds. Our 12-member Pharmacy Residency Faculty, allow us to offer a diverse variety of clinical clerkships, and one-to-one faculty-to-resident training. Two-month clinical rotations in Internal Medicine I and II, and other rotations allow the resident to develop a higher level of pharmacotherapy experience and skill. The resident in collaboration with the Residency Program Director can design a one year residency program that focuses on areas of personal interest by choosing elective rotations and certain clerkships for 2-month rotations.

Internal Medicine Required Rotations

  1. Internal Medicine-I (Pulmonary emphasis)
  2. Internal Medicine-II (Cardiology emphasis)
  3. Surgery & Nutrition Support
  4. Infectious Diseases
  5. Medical Critical Care
  6. Ambulatory Care
  7. Research & Design

Elective Rotations

  1. Emergency Medicine
  2. Clinical Pharmacokinetics
  3. Psychiatry
  4. Geriatrics
  5. Wound Care
  6. Drug Information