Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak offers a twelve-month Infectious Diseases PGY2 Residency program for one residency candidate. As a new residency program, it was granted pre-candidate status by ASHP and will be reviewed for ASHP accreditation in March 2019. Our program strives to meet the needs of the resident based on previous PGY1 residency experience, interests and individual goals.
The PGY2 ID residency program provides the resident with training in diverse areas of infectious diseases from four experienced clinical infectious disease pharmacists. The resident will rotate through a number of core and elective rotations that serve to develop leadership skills and clinical expertise in Infectious Diseases pharmacotherapy. Participation in interdisciplinary committees, interactions with other healthcare providers, along with formal and informal presentations, will help strengthen the resident’s communication skills. The resident will gain teaching experience through student and resident preceptorship and didactic instruction
The PGY2 ID residency program can be structurally divided into 3 components; individual learning experiences (each one month in duration, unless otherwise specified), longitudinal requirements, and weekend staffing. Our program strives to maximize individual growth and development during the year through the use of our advisor program.
The PGY2 ID resident will complete 9 required learning experiences, 6 required longitudinal learning experiences and 2 elective learning experiences. Any required or elective learning experience may be repeated a second time as an elective (with the exception of Orientation, Microbiology/Infection Prevention and Epidemiology, and off-site learning experiences). The sequence of learning experiences is dependent upon preceptor availability and resident requests for particular learning experiences prior to Midyear Clinical Meeting. Additionally, the Infectious Diseases consult service and the Microbiology/Infection Prevention and Epidemiology learning experiences are scheduled prior to December. The PGY2-ID resident will utilize the month of December for research purposes.
Required Learning Experiences
Infectious diseases consult service (1&2)
Antimicrobial stewardship (1 & 2)
Antimicrobial stewardship at Dearborn
Microbiology and infection prevention and epidemiology
Critical care (medical or surgical)
Immunocompromised populations (solid organ transplant or oncology)
Elective Learning Experiences
Pediatric infectious diseases
Burn ICU (off-site)
Participate in local and corporate antimicrobial subcommittees and hospital infectious disease workgroups/committees
Complete a formulary review and an anti-infective guideline and/or protocol
Assist with creation of an antibiogram
Complete 2 pharmacy noon conference presentations and 1 pharmacy grand rounds presentation
Deliver a presentation at the ID interesting case conference to the ID physicians and an ID fellow didactic lecture
Provide 2 continuing education lectures to pharmacy staff
Complete 4 journal club presentations
Successfully complete a medication use evaluation (MUE) or mini-project
Successful completion of all medication safety assignments
Meet weekend staffing requirements for the entire residency year (every third weekend)
Complete on-call program requirements
Support the precepting of Doctor of Pharmacy Students and PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
Approval by the Research Committee of final manuscript for residency project
Active participation and support of residency recruitment activities
Participation in ASHP Residency Matching Program and PhORCAS
Eligible for licensure in the state of Michigan.
Internal Number: 201920
About Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak is a 1,100-bed major academic and referral center located in the northern suburbs of Detroit. It is the only Level I adult trauma center in Oakland and Macomb counties. A major teaching facility, Beaumont has 40 accredited residency and fellowship programs. Beaumont is the exclusive clinical partner for the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, with more than 1,400 Beaumont doctors on faculty.
The pharmacy department utilizes an integrative practice model, where pharmacists have responsibilities for both distributive and clinical functions. Advancement of our practice model includes the incorporation of state-of-the-art technological systems and the implementation of a comprehensive electronic medical record. Ambulatory Care pharmacy services are provided in the diabetes, medicine, anticoagulation, pulmonary, oncology and infectious diseases clinics. An outpatient specialty pharmacy focuses on providing comprehensive clinical services and transitions of care for patients with chronic diseases.