PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency
The emergency department (ED) at CRMC is a 50 bed, Level 3 trauma center.
With greater than 100,000 visits annually, CRMC is the third busiest ED
in the state. Clinical pharmacists are present in the ED 21 hours per
day and serve as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. The ED
utilizes a bedside bar-coded drug administration system. CRMC is accredited
by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care as a Chest Pain Center and
is a recognized Primary Stroke Center.
Throughout the PGY2 year, residents engage in a variety of clinical experiences
tailored to their specific interests and goals. Required rotations include
adult emergency medicine I / II, pediatric emergency medicine, trauma,
pre-hospital care, toxicology, critical care and precepting / teaching.
Longitudinal rotations include practice management, code response, staffing
and editorial responsibility for the EM physician newsletter. Additionally,
residents participate in co-precepting students, provide continuing education
programs and complete a longitudinal residency research project worthy
The residency program strives to inspire and promote professional growth
within the EM specialty through focusing the majority of rotations in
the emergency department and allowing for independent practice with preceptor
CRMC does not currently sponsor candidates for H-1B visa status to work
as pharmacy residents.
The purpose of the PGY2 Emergency Medicine (EM) Pharmacy Residency is to
prepare a board certification eligible EM pharmacy clinician as a provider
of evidence-based drug therapy management who is capable of establishing
and advancing EM pharmacy practice.
Interested candidates may direct correspondence to the program director:
Kristin Eginger, PharmD, BCPS