Welcome to the Pharmacy Residency Program at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center. We’re glad you’ve found us! Our goal is to provide our residents with a wide range of learning opportunities, building critical thinking and enabling them to become the next generation of pharmacy leaders.
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center is located in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston. We are a 290-bed community medical center within an academic teaching environment. With robust post-graduate programs, including internal medicine, surgery, anesthesia and psychiatry you will find an environment of continuous learning and collaboration. Our team-based approach to patient care can be seen throughout the organization as residents participate in multidisciplinary committees and direct patient care. As part of the Steward Health Care System, residents have the ability to impact patients throughout the system by participating on national committees and initiatives.
Our program provides core learning opportunities in cardiology, internal medicine, administration and critical care in 5-week teaching blocks. In addition, we provide a variety of elective rotations, allowing residents to customize their learning experience, enabling them to be well-positioned towards further post-graduate training goals. Elective rotations include infectious disease, surgery and cardiac intensive care, neonatal care and a newly introduced off-site opportunity with Norwood Hospital in oncology.
Residents have ample opportunity to work with students and develop teaching and preceptorship skills. We collaborate with Northeastern University Bouvé College of Pharmacy and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University to provide advanced pharmacy practice experiences. All residents participate in the Teaching and Learning Certificate Program through Northeastern University, providing mentorship from full-time faculty and learning essential educational skills.
At St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, you will find a dedicated group of preceptors, colleagues and fellow residents, all committed to providing the best patient care and a challenging learning environment. We hope you will consider our program and look forward to hearing from you.
Lindsay M. Arnold
Clinical Pharmacy Manager
PGY1 Residency Program Director
PGY1 Overview and Application Information
PGY2 Overview and Application Information