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Welcome To Maimonides Pharmacy Residency Programs


Thank you for your interest in the pharmacy residency programs at Maimonides Medical Center.  Maimonides Medical Center is one of the largest independent teaching hospitals in the United States with over 700 impatient beds.  With services in over 70 primary and specialty areas, Maimonides Medical Center is an official New York State Department of Health approved level I adult trauma center, the only pediatric trauma center in Brooklyn, and a Joint Commission accredited Comprehensive Stroke Center.  

Maimonides Medical Center currently employs approximately 60 pharmacists including 5 chemotherapy pharmacists and 15 clinical pharmacists.  Our clinical pharmacists and residents are valued members of diverse multidisciplinary healthcare teams in a variety of settings throughout the hospital including:

  • Emergency medicine

  • Psychiatry

  • Stroke services

  • Pediatrics

  • Infectious diseases

  • Oncology

  •  MICU

  •  SICU

  •  CTICU

Maimonides Medical Center currently has satellite pharmacies in the MICU, operating room suite and Emergency Department.  The MICU satellite services the MICU, SICU, and CTICU units in the hospital, while the Emergency Department satellite pharmacy services an average of 100,000 patients per year.  In addition, through an affiliation with LIU Pharmacy, our residents are encouraged to explore the elements of pharmacy academia, preceptorship, and research.

Our pharmacy residency programs strive to provide the best educational experience in an environment balanced between academic, and clinical activities.  Residents are afforded the opportunity to advance their clinical knowledge, strengthen their leadership and communication skills and prepare to become skilled independent pharmaceutical care practitioners through individualized learning experiences.

We appreciate your interest in our residency programs at Maimonides Medical Center.  We currently offer ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency programs in Pharmacy Practice (PGY-1) and Emergency Medicine (PGY-2).