The PGY2 infectious diseases residency is affiliated with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy. The program will give the resident an opportunity for extensive experience in all aspects of health-system pharmacy related to infectious diseases. These include infectious diseases consult service, antimicrobial stewardship, longitudinal HIV and hepatitis C clinics, emergency medicine, critical care, microbiology, infection prevention, and pediatric infectious diseases. Residents are required to teach and precept SIUE pharmacy students.
HSHS St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Illinois, is a regional medical center offering a comprehensive array of health care services to central and southern Illinois. Founded in 1875, St. John’s is the flagship hospital of HSHS and is home to the Prairie Heart Institute, St. John’s Children’s Hospital, St. John’s Women and Infants Center, St. John’s Neurosciences Institute, St. John’s Cancer Institute, orthopedic services and AthletiCare. St. John’s now has one of the most advanced surgery centers in the nation and a renovated patient tower with all private rooms. St. John’s is designated as a level I trauma center and a level II pediatric trauma center, has its own college of nursing and is a teaching hospital for the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. St. John's offers a PGY1 pharmacy residency program and a PGY2 Infectious Diseases pharmacy residency program.
Requirements for application:
Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency
Letter of interest
Three letters of recommendation
Eligibility for pharmacy licensure in Illinois.
About HSHS St. Johns' Hospital
Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) is a 15 hospital system that cares for patients in Illinois and Wisconsin. HSHS is committed to its mission “to reveal and embody Christ’s healing love for all people through our high quality Franciscan health care ministry.”