PGY2 Critical Care Residency
The purpose of the Maine Medical Center PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency program is to prepare a specialty practitioner who is qualified to act independently to meet the needs of medical, surgical, cardiac, and neuroscience critical care patients, offer educational experiences to others, perform research, and achieve board certification through the development of accountability, practice patterns, habits and approaches using attained expert knowledge and skills.
Graduates of the MMC PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency should be prepared to pursue employment as a critical care pharmacotherapy specialist in a clinical practice position. Positions could include practice in a hospital-based environment or a combination of academia and hospital-based practice affiliated with a College of Pharmacy.
The Maine Medical Center is a Tufts University affiliated teaching hospital with a level 1 trauma center and accredited stroke program. Multiple medical residencies and fellowship programs offer a comprehensive and collegial multidisciplinary learning environment for PGY2 Critical Care resident. Our residency program is rigorous and offers exposure to a wide array of critical care experiences and to outstanding nationally recognized clinician teachers and leaders.
Expected scholarly activity includes gaining expertise in most aspects of research and publication. In addition, the resident will participate in the unique experience of teaching medical students, medical residents, and critical care fellows through the applied clinical pharmacology rotation offered by Tufts University School of Medicine.