This one year critical care residency allows for diverse clinical, educational and research opportunities. Loyola offers a wide range of inpatient rotations in various critical care settings including medical intensive care unit (ICU), surgery/trauma ICU, burn ICU, cardiac ICU, neurosurgical ICU, cardiovascular surgery ICU and emergency medicine. Additional rotations are available in thoracic and abdominal transplant, infectious diseases, pediatric ICU, and toxicology. Residents will complete one major project and one formal seminar along with several educational inservices throughout the year. The resident will also service as chief resident. The goal of this program is to produce well-rounded critical care clinicians.
Applicants must possess a Pharm.D. Degree, have completed a PGY1 residency program, academic transcript(s), curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of recommendation. Additionally, applicants must be eligible for Illinois licensure.
About Loyola University Medical Center
Loyola is the only academic medical center located in the western suburbs of Chicago. LUMC offers several specialty services including thoracic and abdominal transplant, a dedicated burn unit, a large cardiac catheterization laboratory, several specialty critical care units, and is a level 1 trauma center for both adult and pediatric patients.