The University of Vermont Medical Center is Vermont’s flagship academic medical center. Our mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve by integrating patient care, education, and research in a caring environment. Serving a population of more than a million throughout Vermont and northern New York, The UVM Medical Center is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high quality academic health care for a rural region.
The emergency department at UVM Medical Center has an annual census of approximately 65,000 visits and serves as the state’s only designated Level I Trauma Center, Primary Stroke Center, provides 24-hour cardiac catheterization services, and is associated with the Vermont Children’s Hospital. The specialized residency in emergency medicine is a 12-month program focusing on expanding pharmacotherapy knowledge and application to medical emergencies. Experience is gained by daily direct patient care in the Emergency Department as well as daily rounding while on rotation in the medical intensive care unit, the surgical intensive care unit, or with the infectious diseases team. The residency will be individualized to meet specific goals of each resident.
Required Monthly Rotations
Emergency Medicine (6 months)
Medical Intensive Care
Surgical/Trauma Intensive Care
Required Longitudinal Experiences
Medical Emergency Response
Monthly ED Staffing
Case Conference/Journal Club
Grand Rounds (1 hour CE program per year)
Formal Lecture (1 hour CE program at VtSHP Annual Meeting)
Elective Monthly Rotations*
Rural Emergency Medicine
*Subject to preceptor availability.
Teaching and preceptorship opportunities
Elective Teaching and Learning Program through Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Updates in Emergency Medicine Conference - Stowe, VT
Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Conference - San Diego, CA
We participate in the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS).
The following candidate application materials must be uploaded into PhORCAS by January 2, 2019:
1. Letter of intent (cover letter)
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Three (3) PhORCAS Reference Forms. Supplemental uploads are not required.
4. Official college of pharmacy transcript
To ensure full consideration of your application, we highly recommend that you upload your application into PhORCAS well in advance of the deadline.?
Each applicant must be eligible for licensure in the State of Vermont. Please note that all applicants must complete 1,740 hours of internship of which 500 hours of the intership experience must be from outside the classroom. All residency applicants should be familiar with the requirements for pharmacist licensure.
About University of Vermont Medical Center
The University of Vermont Medical Center is Vermont’s academic medical center. Our mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve by integrating patient care, education, and research in a caring environment. Serving a population of more than a million throughout Vermont and northern New York, The UVM Medical Center is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high-quality academic health care for a rural region .
Training Site: Hospital
Tertiary Tax Status: Nonprofit
Total Beds: 562
Average Daily Census: 436