The Mount Sinai Medical Center PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency program is a 12 months full-time practice commitment program, utilizing various modalities to help the pharmacy resident become a well-rounded clinical practitioner.
Residents are involved in high-quality, patient-centered care, medication-use policy, leadership and practice management, project management, the education of healthcare providers and trainees, and participation in medical emergencies.
The versatility of our program, along with the variety of learning experiences, allows residents to gain sufficient exposure and practice skills with diverse patient populations. Residents will have the opportunity to present topics at local and national Pharmacy Conferences, complete a longitudinal research project and written manuscript, participate in hospital committees/multidisciplinary meetings, perform medication utilization evaluations, participate in journal clubs/patient case presentations, precept pharmacy students, assist with staff development, among other activities.
Mount Sinai Medical Center participates in the ASHP Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS™). Applications will only be accepted via PhORCAS™. Prospective residents must be registered in PhORCAS™ in order to submit the following required application materials by January 10th 2021 for consideration:
Letter of intent
Curriculum Vitae, including completed and anticipated advanced pharmacy practice experience rotations and leadership and organizational involvement
Three letters of recommendation completed online through PhORCAS. One of the letters should be authored by a faculty member
An official and sealed transcript from the College(s) of Pharmacy where the candidate is expected to graduate or graduated from.
After receipt of all the required materials, selected applicants will be contacted for an on-site interview. During the interview, the applicant is required to:
Note: The applicant must be enrolled in or possess a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree from an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited College of Pharmacy, and be licensed in the state of Florida within 90 days of the start date of the Residency.
Deliver a 10-minute Power Point presentation on a pharmacy-related topic of their choice
Achieve a passing score in a clinical assessment exam of 10 questions