PGY-2 residency program is composed of nine clinical rotations (five weeks each) in one year of comprehensive clinical training with an emphasis on a specialty area. Six clinical rotations are in the resident’s specialty, while the remaining three clinical rotations are elective based on the resident's interests and previous experience. There are several specialty areas for PGY-2 residency program training in KFSH&RC including solid organ transplantation, cardiovascular pharmacotherapy, parenteral nutrition, infectious diseases and oncology.
This residency provides the resident the opportunity to work with kidney/pancreas, liver, and heart/lung transplant recipients within inpatient and outpatient settings.
This residency provides the resident the opportunity to serve as an authoritative expert on the optimal use of medications used in the care of patients with cardiovascular diseases.
This residency provides the resident the opportunity to serve as an authoritative resource on the optimal use of medications used to treat patients with an infectious disease.
This program is designed to provide the resident with opportunities to develop clinical competence in oncology pharmacy practice. The resident will provide patient care services as a member of an interprofessional team for the medical oncology, hematologic malignancies, and blood and marrow transplantation services.