The Critical Care PGY2 Residency emphasizes the surgical ICU with substantial time spent with both the trauma and anesthesia services. Residents complete a major research project and are involved in ACPE accredited lectures, ICU committees, and additional teaching opportunities. Residents are highly involved in precepting students and PGY-1 residents.
Required learning experiences: Anesthesia Critical Care (3 months), Emergency Medicine (1 month), Medical Critical Care (1 month), Pediatric Critical Care (1 month), and Surgical/Trauma Critical Care (3 months).
Required longitudinal experiences: Clinical On Call, SICU Satellite Staffing, Critical Care Leadership, ACPE Presentation, DUE, Research Project
Elective learning experiences: Adult Hematology/Oncology, Advanced Infectious Diseases, Bone Marrow Transplant, Emergency Medicine (2nd block), Heart and Vascular Critical Care, Medical Critical Care (2nd block), Neonatal Critical Care, Neuroscience Critical Care, Pediatric Critical Care (2nd block)
All application materials are required to be submitted via PhORCAS by 1/5/19.
Applications must include the following:
Letter of intent
Official copy of your college transcript
Three professional references on the standard PhORCAS form (including an employer)
Candidates must be eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania
An on-site interview is also required.
About Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center (PSHMC) is a tertiary care acute teaching hospital. PSHMC consists of a level 1 trauma center with an emergency department providing over 70,000 visits per year. Penn State Children's Hospital features the region's highest level neonatal and pediatric intensive care. Our health system promotes multidisciplinary approaches to patient care and also includes Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute.
The pharmacy department vision is to provide optimal pharmacotherapy to patients across the continuum of care through collaboration and education of our patients and healthcare providers. Each year, pharmacy residents are supported in an educationally stimulating academic medical center environment in which 1,700 multidisciplinary trainees are dedicated to extensive learning. The focus on layered learning and interdisciplinary collaboration allows optimization of care across disciplines in a highly receptive environment.