Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

Pharmacy Residency Programs

Clinical Rotations

Geriatric Pharmacotherapy Residency (PGY-2)

The resident will have the unique opportunity to practice geriatric medicine in several settings including acute care, long-term care and ambulatory care. The resident will participate in daily nursing morning report, daily physician 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. Extended clinical rotations in Long-Term Care Medicine 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.

Geriatrics Required Rotations

  1. Long-Term Care Medicine
  2. Geriatric Psychiatry
  3. Internal Medicine
  4. Wound Care & Diabetes
  5. Ambulatory Care
  6. Research & Design

Elective Rotations

  1. Emergency Medicine
  2. Clinical Pharmacokinetics
  3. Infectious Diseases
  4. Critical Care
  5. Surgery & Nutrition
  6. Rehabilitation Medicine