PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy
The PGY2 Emergency Medicine Program has early committed its position for the 2021-22 academic year, and will not be accepting applications through PhorCAS.
Thank you for your interest in the PGY2 Emergency Medicine Specialty Residency at UNC Medical Center. We are excited that you are considering joining the UNC family, as well as our long and rich tradition of residency training and critical care practice.
UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC is a public 804 bed, tertiary care, level one trauma and burn center. The emergency department at UNC has approximately 65,000 patient visits a year. The patient population is very diverse: visiting from all over the state and beyond, both urban and rural areas; varied pay source with 20% uninsured, 30% Medicare, and 20% Medicaid; and different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds including 15% self-identified as Hispanic or Latino. The ED acuity is high, with an admission rate of just over 30%.
The purpose of our program is to develop well-rounded clinicians, with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to define excellence in critical care pharmacy. Our goal is to provide you with the experiences necessary to practice critical care clinical pharmacy at the highest possible level; to be a leader in the profession, the community, and your practice setting; and to be a teacher and mentor that inspires and empowers the next generation of pharmacists.
Jennifer Sutherland, PharmD
Clinical Specialist, Emergency Medicine
Program Director, Emergency Medicine
UNC Medical Center