Northwestern Memorial Hospital PGY2 Residency Program

Northwestern Memorial Hospital (NMH) offers PGY2 residencies in administration, ambulatory care, cardiology, critical care, emergency medicine, hematology/oncology, infectious diseases and solid organ transplant. Please see below for specific information pertaining to each PGY2 residency as well as program contact information.

The PGY2 in Ambulatory Care is designed to prepare residents to practice independently as a clinical specialist in an ambulatory care setting. The resident is exposed to a variety of practice settings across the Northwestern Medicine health system to ensure a well-rounded experience. The resident serves as a key member of the ambulatory care team and assists in transitions of care to improve the safety of patients in the outpatient setting. Focus areas of the program include clinical rotations, specialty pharmacy practice, quality improvement projects, transitions of care and creation or expansion of new service lines. These clinics facilitate the development of skills needed for management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and heart failure; as well as a focus on specialty clinics such as women’s health, hepatology, transplant, oncology, and rheumatology.

Rotations

Orientation introduces the responsibilities and skills of a clinical pharmacist, including the policies at NMH, as well as training residents to independently practice in the Specialty Pharmacy as well as assigned clinics.

Required Rotations

  • Administration
  • Cardiology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Infectious Disease (HIV and Hep C)
  • Women’s Health
  • Pharmacy Practice (initiation of new clinic or enhancement of existing clinic)

Elective Rotations

  • Oncology
  • Transplant
  • Psychology
  • Inflammatory
  • Anticoagulation (VAD + Ortho mix)

Additional Activities

  • Pharmacy Practice: The resident will work to develop a new clinic or expand services in an established clinic. The area where the resident completes this requirement may change from year to year.
  • Longitudinal Clinic: The resident will spend one day every week in a longitudinal primary care focused clinic.
  • Transitions of Care (weekend experience): The resident will work every third weekend and holidays to ensure appropriate transitions of care from the hospital to home. The services include counseling patients, ensuring access to medications, and follow-up telephone calls after discharge.
  • On-Call: The resident will be on call for seven weeks out of the year including holidays. The on-call experience will include Specialty Pharmacy after-hour clinical questions and operational needs.
  • Noon Conference: The resident is required to present at two noon conferences, one CE presentation, and practice presentations for the research project. The resident may participate in a teaching certificate program and may present didactic lectures based on available opportunities.
  • Research: The resident will be required to complete and present a research project. The research project topic should be one that is of interest to the resident and is valuable to the advancement of the profession of pharmacy. The research project will be selected with the assistance and recommendation of various research mentors and co-investigators. The resident will have a research mentor and a research advisor to assist with their progress.
  • Quality Improvement Project: The resident is required to participate in a process improvement project that contributes to the advancement of pharmacy practice and patient care at NMH. The results of the project are presented at the Vizient Poster Session prior to the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.
  • Precepting: The PGY2 resident will be involved with precepting PGY1 residents and pharmacy students during their learning experiences.
  • Teaching Certificate: The resident may participate in a teaching certificate program and may present didactic lectures based on available opportunities.

Staffing

  • The resident will staff in the inpatient/outpatient transitions in care position every third weekend.
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day).

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of a PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 743465).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an onsite interview)

Number of positions: 1
Start date: July 1
Estimated stipend: $52,000
Application deadline: January 1

Contact

Michelle Fine, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron St.
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: 312.695.6017

Email: mhuber2@nm.org

The PGY2 critical care residency program focuses on the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to the critically ill patient. In addition to the required rotations, opportunities for experiential and didactic education, professional socialization and leadership development are available and considered important aspects of the program.

Rotations

Required Rotations

  • Administration & Leadership
  • Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit
  • Coronary Care Unit
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit I
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit II
  • Neurospine Intensive Care Unit
  • Surgical Intensive Care Unit
  • Pharmacy Practice (Initial orientation and longitudinal)
  • Research (Longitudinal)
  • Transitions in Care (Longitudinal)

Elective Rotations

  • Burn Intensive Care Unit (through Loyola University Medical Center)
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Infectious Diseases Consult
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Nutrition Support
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (through Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital)
  • Solid Organ Transplant
  • Toxicology (through Illinois Poison Control Center)

Additional experiences may be arranged based on resident interest and service availability.

Additional Activities

  • Research Project: Each resident will complete an independent, longitudinal research project that will be presented at Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference as well as a team-based quality improvement project presented at the Vizient Pharmacy Meeting.

  • Presentations: Residents are required to present formal presentations throughout the year and one continuing education presentation. Critical care pharmacy residents also provide educational lectures to anesthesiology residents and students on a monthly basis.

  • Administrative Project: Participate in the production, editing or modification of at least one institutional policy, procedure or protocol related to patient care in the intensive care units.

  • Committee Participation: Longitudinally participate in an institution-based subcommittee as well as one professional society committee.

  • Transitions in Care: Each resident will serve as the clinical pharmacist every other week in either the Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) Clinic or the Heart Failure Clinic for the duration of the residency year.

  • Precepting Experiences: PGY2 residents will be involved with precepting PGY1 residents and pharmacy students during their learning experiences.

  • Teaching Certificate: Resident may participate in a teaching certificate program and present didactic lectures based on available opportunities.

Staffing

  • The resident will provide evening clinical service coverage as the decentralized intensive care unit pharmacist every third weekend.
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day).

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 765052).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an on-site interview during the month of February or March)

Number of Positions: 2
Start Date: July 1 (flexible)
Estimated Stipend: $52,000
Application Deadline: January 1

Contact

Residency Director:
Kasey Greathouse, PharmD

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: 312.926.0629
Email: kgreatho@nm.org 


The PGY2 Cardiology Residency Program is a one-year training program focusing on the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to cardiology patients in a variety of settings, ranging from the intensive care unit to the ambulatory care setting. This program provides a broad experience and exposure to numerous cardiovascular disease states so our residents can develop into well-rounded practitioners following graduation.

Rotations

Required Rotations

  • Orientation
  • Heart Failure Discharge Clinic
  • General Cardiology
  • Advanced Heart Failure
  • Cardiac/Coronary Care Unit (CCU)
  • Electrophysiology Consult
  • Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CTICU)
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery Step-down
  • Medication Safety and Policy/Administration
  • Ventricular Assist Device Clinic (longitudinal)
  • Pharmacy Practice (longitudinal)
  • Research (longitudinal) and Quality Improvement (longitudinal)

Elective Rotations

  • Benign Hematology
  • Transplant Infectious Diseases
  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Additional experiences may be arranged based on resident interest and service availability.

Additional Activities

  • Research Project: Each resident will complete an independent, longitudinal research project that will be presented at the American College of Cardiology Conference as well as the Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference
  • Quality Improvement (QI) Project: Each resident will complete a QI project, which will be presented at the Vizient Consortium Pharmacy Network prior to the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting
  • Presentations: Each resident will complete two formal presentations throughout the year as well as one continuing education presentation. Additionally, each resident will be responsible for two practice presentations pertaining to their research project
  • Administration Project: Each resident will participate in the production, editing, or modification of at least one cardiology-related institutional policy, procedure, or protocol
  • Committee Participation: Each resident will longitudinally participate in two institution-based subcommittees as well as one professional society committee
  • Transitions of Care: Each resident will serve as the clinical pharmacist every other week in the Ventricular Assist Device Clinic for the duration of the residency year
  • Precepting Experiences: PGY2 residents will be involved with precepting PGY1 residents and pharmacy students during their learning experiences
  • Teaching Certificate: Each resident may participate in a teaching certificate program and present didactic lectures based on available opportunities

Staffing

  • The resident will provide evening clinical service coverage every third weekend as the decentralized intensive care unit pharmacist
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day)

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 612967).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an onsite interview during the month of February or March)

Number of positions: 1
Start date: July 1
Estimated stipend: $52,000
Application deadline: January 1

Contact

Residency Program Director:
Poonam Jewani, PharmD

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: 312.694.1139
Email: poonam.jewani@nm.org


The PGY2 EM residency at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science and Northwestern Memorial Hospital provides residents with challenging learning experiences, training in multiple care environments and exposure to diverse patient populations.

The Northwestern Memorial Hospital Emergency Department, an affiliate of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, is a Level 1 Trauma and Stroke Center located in downtown Chicago. The high-volume, high-complexity ED populations at this tertiary care center allow for a challenging and rewarding learning environment.

In addition to clinical practice experiences, the PGY2 EM will have the opportunity to engage in academic activities, which include IPPE/APPE/PGY1 precepting as well as didactic and simulation-based instruction. The resident will also conduct research projects and engage in leadership development.

Rotations

Required Rotations

  • Adult Emergency Medicine (multiple rotations)
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Toxicology
  • Academia
  • Medical ICU

Elective Rotations

  • Surgical/Trauma ICU
  • Neuro/Spine ICU
  • Coronary Care Unit
  • Burn ICU
  • Pediatric ICU
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Global Health
  • Transitions of Care
  • Academia II

Additional Activities

  • Participation in a longitudinal research project that will be presented at a regional meeting
  • Development of a quality improvement project presented at ASHP Midyear Conference
  • Physician, nurse and pharmacy inservices and presentations
  • Presentation of formal continuing education program
  • Precepting PGY1 residents and pharmacy students during their learning experiences
  • Participation in the Toxicology elective at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science College of Pharmacy, which includes preparation and presentation of didactic lecture and teaching in a mannequin-based simulation

Staffing

  • The resident will provide emergency medicine clinical staffing services every third weekend throughout the residency year
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday on the inpatient transplant unit (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day)

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduation with a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Successful completion or current enrollment in a PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested applicants must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Residency Matching Service (NMS Code 744269).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendations (via PhORCAS)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an onsite interview during the month of February or March)

Number of positions: 1
Start date: July 1
Estimated stipend: $48,000
Application deadline: January 1

Contact

Residency Program Director:
Abbie Lyden, PharmD BCPS

Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine | Northwestern Memorial Hospital Associate Professor | Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Phone: 312.926.1982
Fax: 847.775.6586

Email: abbie.lyden@rosalindfranklin.edu

The health-system administration program encompasses a 12-month experience that combines rotational and longitudinal experience in management/administration, as well as longitudinal ambulatory clinic and clinical staffing experiences. This program also includes participation in ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Leadership Academy.

The resident will have the opportunity to learn from multiple departmental leaders at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Learning experiences may include but are not limited to:

  • Inpatient pharmacy operation
  • Ambulatory pharmacy operation
  • Finance and resource management
  • Clinical practice management
  • Oncology pharmacy management
  • Medication safety
  • Medication policy
  • Accreditation
  • Technician and union employee management
  • Specialty pharmacy management
  • Information technology
  • Community practice
  • Investigational Drug Services
  • Compliance
  • Recruitment

Rotations

The resident will have the opportunity to attend regional and national pharmacy conferences throughout the year in addition to the ASHP Midyear Clinic Meeting. The residency experience will be individualized based on the resident's interests and goals.

Required Rotations

  • Orientation/Pharmacy Practice
  • Ambulatory Administration
  • Automation and Informatics
  • Operations Management
  • Clinical Management
  • Departmental Leadership
  • Finance and Resource Management
  • Health System Leadership
  • Recruitment and Human Resources
  • Specialty Pharmacy
  • Medication Safety and Drug Policy
  • Longitudinal
    • Pharmacy practice
    • Practice management
    • Transitions of care

Additional Activities

  • Present a process improvement project at the annual ASHP Midyear meeting.
  • Participation in a longitudinal research project, which will be presented at a regional meeting.
  • Participation in noon conference held throughout the year.
  • Precepting PGY1 residents and students on administrative rotations throughout the year.
  • Practicing in a clinic setting longitudinally one day a week every other week. The clinic in which the resident practices will be determined based on resident experience and opportunity/availability.
  • Sitting on and actively participating in a Pharmacy and Therapeutics subcommittee.
  • Participating in a local or national pharmacy organization outside of Northwestern Memorial Hospital such as Vizient, Illinois Council of Health-System Pharmacists, or ASHP.
  • Managing a service line, group of pharmacy department employees, or work group.

Staffing

Every third weekend, Saturday and Sunday plus one winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day). The area of staffing will be determined based on resident experience and opportunity/availability.

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of a PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an onsite interview

Applicant Requirement

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 742463).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Onsite interview

Number of positions: 1
Start date: July 1
Estimated stipend: $52,000
Application deadline: January 1

Contact

Residency Director:
Desi Kotis, PharmD, FASHP
Director of Pharmacy, Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron St.
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Email: dkotis@nm.org

Learn more about the Infectious Disease Residency Program* through Midwestern University.

The PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy residency is a 12-month training program focused on the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to the hematology/oncology/stem cell transplant patient population. The program provides opportunities to help develop clinical expertise and competence in the care of hematology/oncology patients. Residents will interact with multidisciplinary teams on inpatient rounds as well as in the ambulatory care setting. The goal of these experiences is to provide our residents with a comprehensive overview of the hematology/oncology cancer population so they may become successful hematology/oncology pharmacy specialists.

Rotations

Required Rotations

  • Orientation
  • Inpatient Oncology
  • Inpatient Hematology
  • Inpatient Stem Cell Transplant
  • Outpatient Breast Cancer Clinic
  • Outpatient Thoracic Clinic
  • Outpatient Gastrointestinal/ Melanoma Clinic
  • Oncology Administration
  • Investigational Drug Services/Developmental Therapeutics
  • Longitudinal Outpatient Cancer Therapy Center

Elective Rotations

  • Immunocompromised infectious diseases
  • Oral Oncolytics (Oncology Specialty Pharmacy)
  • Palliative Care
  • Benign Hematology
  • Outpatient Oncology Clinics
    • Head and Neck
    • GU
    • Gynecology/Oncology
    • Leukemia
    • Lymphoma
    • Stem Cell Transplant
  • Pediatric hematology/oncology (offsite at Lurie Children’s Hospital)
  • Oncology consults
  • Nutrition support

Additional experience may be arranged based on resident interest and service availability.

Additional Activities

  • Research Project: Participation in a longitudinal research project that will be presented at the Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association Annual Meeting and a residency research conference is required. Residents will also participate in a team-based quality improvement project that will be presented at the Vizient Pharmacy Meeting.
  • Administrative Project: Participate in the production, editing, or modification of at least one institutional policy, procedure, or protocol related to patient care for hematology/oncology patients.
  • Presentations: Residents are required to give formal presentations throughout the year during Resident Noon Conference. Residents also participate in weekly topic discussions known as the BCOP Lecture Series on Tuesdays and Thursdays that cover a variety of hematology/oncology disease states, supportive care, and medications. 
  • Committee Participation: The resident will participate in the following committees: Oncology Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and the Oncology Quality committee.
  • Precepting Experiences: The PGY2 residents will be involved with precepting PGY1 residents and pharmacy students during their learning experiences. 
  • Teaching Experiences: The residents will present a basics of chemotherapy lecture to the internal medicine residents. The residents will have the opportunity to prepare and present a didactic lecture for the oncology pharmacotherapeutics module at Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy. A teaching certificate program is also available with a local college of pharmacy.

Staffing

  • The residents will staff in the inpatient oncology pharmacy satellite every third weekend throughout the residency year.
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day).

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of a PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 647860).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an on-site interview during the month of February or March)

Number of Positions: 3
Start Date: First Monday in July (flexible)
Estimated Stipend: $52,000
Application Deadline: January 1

Contact

Residency Leadership Team:
Residency Director:
Mary Golf, PharmD, BCOP; Oncology Pharmacy Manager

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron St.
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: 312.926.4044
Email: mgolf@nm.org

Residency Coordinators:
Daniel Wojenski, PharmD, BCPS, BCOP; Inpatient Oncology Practice Coordinator
Caitlin Bowman, PharmD, BCOP; Outpatient Oncology Clinical Team Lead




The PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) residency is a one year training program focused on the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to solid organ transplant patients. The program provides a broad experience in numerous transplant specialties so our residents can develop into a well-rounded practitioner following graduation.

Rotations

Required Rotations

  • Orientation
  • Transplant Surgery (2 months)
  • Transplant Hepatology
  • Transplant Nephrology
  • Cardiothoracic ICU
  • Heart Failure/VAD/Heart Transplant
  • Lung Transplant
  • Transplant Infectious Diseases

Elective Rotations

  • Advanced Transplant Surgery
  • Advanced Heart Failure/VAD/Heart Transplant
  • Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Pediatric Transplant at Lurie Children’s Hospital
  • Abdominal Transplant Clinic

Committee Participation

The resident will participate in the following committees:

  • Transplant Practice Committee
  • Transplant Quality Committees (Kidney and Pancreas, Liver, Lung, Heart)
  • Transplant Listing and Selection Committees (Kidney and Pancreas, Liver, Lung, Heart)

Additional Activities

  • Research Project: Each resident will complete a transplant-related research project that is suitable for poster or platform presentation at the American Transplant Congress as well as a regional conference.

  • Quality Improvement Project: Each resident will complete a QI project which will be presented as a poster at the United Healthcare Consortium Pharmacy Meeting and the Midyear Clinical Meeting. This project may be completed independently or with a PGY1 pharmacy resident

  • Administrative Project: Each resident will complete a transplant-related administrative project

  • Longitudinal Clinic Experience: Each resident will serve as the transplant pharmacist for the abdominal transplant clinic every other Monday for the duration of the residency year

  • PGY2 Noon Conference Presentations: Each resident will present at least one thirty minute and two one-hour long presentations throughout the year

Meetings

  • Transplant Fellows Symposium (September)
  • Midyear Clinical Meeting (December)
  • Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference (April)
  • American Transplant Congress (May/June)
  • Illinois Transplant Pharmacist’s Association (Monthly)

Staffing

  • The resident will staff on the inpatient transplant unit every third weekend throughout the residency year
  • In addition, the resident will be expected to staff one winter holiday on the inpatient transplant unit (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's) and one summer holiday (Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day)

How to Apply

Eligible applicants include:

  • Graduate of a Doctor of Pharmacy program from an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency program
  • Eligible for Illinois licensure
  • Participation in an on-site interview

Application Requirements

All interested candidates must register with both PhORCAS and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Resident Matching Service (NMS Code 699076).

All application materials must be submitted through the PhORCAS online portal. Additional requirements include:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of Intent
  • Three letters of recommendation (the Standard Reference Form in PhORCAS may be utilized for recommendations; a separate letter is not necessary)
  • Pharmacy school transcripts
  • Interview process (All candidates are required to attend an onsite interview during the month of February or March)

Number of positions: 1
Start date: July 1
Estimated stipend: $52,000
Application deadline: January 1

Contact

Katie Cunningham, PharmD, BCPS

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron
Pharmacy Department, Feinberg LC 700
Chicago, IL 60611

Email: Kathleen.Cunningham@nm.org