JFK's comprehensive residency program provides care to acute, pediatric, geriatric and rehabilitation patients. The program integrates PGY1 pharmacy residents into the medication use process so that they develop a firm understanding of the clinical, distributive, and administrative aspects of the pharmacy profession. Upon completion of the residency program, the resident will have developed into a competent, independent practitioner across a wide range of clinical areas. Learning experiences include Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, IV room/TPN, Medication Safety, Administration, Oncology, Infectious Disease, Pharmacy Informatics, and Family Medicine. The submission and presentation of a major research project is a requirement of the program.
About JFK Medical Center
Founded in 1967, JFK Medical Center is a non-profit community hospital, serving the residents of Middlesex, Union and Somerset counties in central New Jersey. The hospital is located approximately 30 miles from New York City. JFK offers a complete array of advanced services; including general and specialized surgery, neuroscience, oncology, critical and cardiac care, maternity and pediatric care, and 94-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital. The newly renovated emergency department sees 87,000 patients annually. JFK is accredited by the Joint Commission and has received a special designation as Comprehensive Stroke Center. The pharmacy is a teaching site for Rutgers College of Pharmacy students.
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