pgy2 program
Emergency Medicine

Residency Program Director
  • Erin Reichert, PharmD, BCPS

    • PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
    • Emergency Medicine Specialist
Previous Year Residents
  • Joe Plott

    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Emergency Medicine, University Hospital, Newark, New Jersey
  • Ashley Weiner

    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Emergency Medicine, The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center
  • Asia Rujevcan

    Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, University of Chicago Medical Center
  • Caroline Vizzi

    Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, New York-Presbyterian Hospital
  • Samantha Wagner

    Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine/Critical Care, Denver Health, Denver, CO
  • Lauren Beauchamp

    Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, Franciscan Health, Indianapolis, IN
  • Elena Ko

    Emergency Medicine Clinical Specialist, Carolina Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
  • Katie Weigartz

    Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, Baylor University Medical Center, PGY1 Program Director, Dallas, TX
  • Kelsey Billups

    ED Clinical Pharmacist, Medical University of South Carolina
  • Suhair Shawar

    Emergency Department Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

About the PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Purpose

PGY2 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and PGY1 pharmacy residency programs to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists in advanced or specialized practice. PGY2 residencies provide residents with opportunities to function independently as practitioners by conceptualizing and integrating accumulated experience and knowledge incorporating both into the provision of patient care that improves medication therapy. Residents who successfully complete an accredited PGY2 pharmacy residency should possess competencies that qualify them for clinical pharmacist and/or faculty positions and position them to be eligible for attainment of board certification in that practice area (when board certification for the practice area exists).

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As one of America’s top ranked academic medical centers, the mission of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) is to improve people’s lives through innovation in research, education, and patient care. OSUWMC is a 1,506 bed multi-hospital delivery system recognized in 2018 as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” for excellence in ten specialties by US News and World Report based on quality, outcomes, and reputation.

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The Abercrombie and Fitch Emergency Department

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The Abercrombie and Fitch Emergency Department (ED) at The OSUWMC is a designated Level 1 Trauma Center, as well as a Comprehensive Stroke, Burn, and Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Center and Cardiac Center with more than 80,000 visits annually. The ED space includes over 109 beds: nine Level 1 Trauma-Critical Care Resuscitation Rooms, a 20 bed observation Unit, a 15 bed hematology/oncology pod, and an Arrival Zone for minor illness or injury treatment. The Department of Emergency Medicine provides medical staff for this unit, which includes 60 staff physicians and 48 Emergency Medicine (EM) residents. The pharmacist-physician relationship is synergistic and collaborative. The medical team consists of EM staff physicians and residents, guest residents from services such as internal medicine, anesthesia, and orthopedics, medical students, EM nurses and nursing students, social workers and their students, clinical case managers, respiratory therapists, psychiatrists.

Key rotations/experiences

We take pride in helping residents develop the critical thinking skills necessary to excel as an Emergency Medicine clinician. At least seven months are spent in the OSUWMC Main Emergency Department and one month at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Elective opportunities exist  in surgical ICU, medical ICU, general cardiology, OSU East ED (community hospital) and Central Ohio Poison Center. Longitudinal experiences include Quality and Medication Safety, Journal Club, Research, and Teaching. Opportunities for teaching exist through didactic lectures and experiential rotations. The resident also has an option of traveling to a second professional meeting in addition to ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting or participating in a medical mission trip in Fort Liberte, Haiti with the OSUWMC Emergency Medicine physicians.  The program is flexible and will be designed to meet the needs and goals of the individual.

Key Preceptors

Kelsey Kauffman, PharmD
Emergency Medicine

Andrew North, MBA, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Emergency Medicine

Erin Reichert, PharmD, BCPS
Emergency Medicine

Elizabeth Rozycki, PharmD, BCPS
Emergency Medicine

Suhair Shawar, PharmD, BCPS
Emergency Medicine

Kimberly Shipp, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Emergency Medicine

Emilija Stojova, PharmD, BCPS
Emergency Medicine

Selected Resident research

  • An analysis of the relationship between 4-factor prothrombin complex concentrate dose and INR reduction – Plott, J, Reichert E, Emerson G, Li J, North A
  • Comparison of 4-factor prothrombin complex concentrate in obese versus non-obese patients for emergent warfarin reversal – Weiner A, Reichert E, Bischof J, Li J, North A
  • Thromboembolic complications after 4-factor prothrombin complex concentrate in oncology patients – Rujevcan A, Gopal M, Giglio P, Kaide C, Stojova, E, Li J, Reichert E
  • The utilization of a nasal methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus polymerase chain reaction assay performed in the emergency department – Vizzi C, Reichert E, Caterino J, Li J, Rozycki E
  • Fluid resuscitation in septic patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction – Beauchamp L, Adkins E, Li J, Rozycki E
  • Thromboembolic complications between 3F-PCC and 4F-PCC for warfarin reversal – Wagner S, Kaide C, Li J, Reichert E
  • Safety of intramuscular ketamine for acute agitation in the ED – Weigartz K, Lester N, Li J, Reichert E
  • Impact of paralytic agent on time to post-intubation sedation in the pre-hospital setting
  • Beta-lactam versus aminoglycoside-based antibiotic prophylaxis therapy for type III open fractures – Shawar S, Ly T, Shirk MB, Li J, Reichert E

Benefits and Additional Requirements

Application Deadline:  December 30, 2021

Start Date: July 1

Annual Salary – $48,500

Vacation Days –10 days

Staffing Requirement – 20 weekends per year

Completion of a Major Research Project

TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES

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