Summer Pharmacy Internship Program We are proud to offer a didactic and robust pharmacy internship program at the URMC. Our program is designed to expose students to a variety of settings within hospital pharmacy. Upon completion of the program, the intern will have gained experience in a variety of distributive and clinical roles. Click here for the Summer 2015 Internship Pamphlet. How To Apply Recruiting for the summer starts back in October. Pharmacists from the University of Rochester Medical Center attend career day activities at the local schools of pharmacy. In order to apply you must meet the following criteria: Attend a United States or Canadian pharmacy school Eligible for a New York State intern permit Must be in at least the first professional year of pharmacy school Able to provide your own housing and transportation If you're interested in our summer pharmacy internship program, you will need to send the following: A letter of intent Your resume/CV Contact information Deadline for submission for the summer 2015 is November 30th, 2014. All application materials should be sent to: Lauren Gashlin, PharmD Pharmacy Internship Program University of Rochester Medical Center 601 Elmwood Ave., BOX 638 Rochester, NY 14642 An on-site interview may be requested. For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Program Overview Objectives Gain exposure and knowledge about the drugs used within the hospital Gain experience in a variety of distributive roles, including the preparation of sterile products, extemporaneous compounding and operation of robotics Attend informational lectures given by pharmacists, pharmacy residents and other pharmacy students Hone presentation skills by giving a number of medicine related presentations Participate in clinical projects or other research ongoing within the pharmacy department Details of the Internship Program 3 positions for post P-1 students and 3 positions for post P-2 students Schedule: Monday-Friday day shift, no holidays or weekends Program begins in mid-May and ends in mid-August Optional time during fall and winter breaks Flexible time off during the summer if requested First Year Rotations - Distributive Focus General inpatient distribution Robotics management Sterile products preparation Extemporaneous compounding Cancer Center Pediatric satellite Introductory clinical rotations Second Year Rotations - Clinical Focus Rotation availability will vary from year to year depending on preceptor availability and rotation availability when integrating this program with our residency program needs. Possible rotations include: Ambulatory Care Cardiology Emergency Medicine Intensive Care (Medical, Surgical, Cardiovascular, Pediatric, Burn/Trauma) Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Investigational Drug Service Oncology Pediatrics Pharmacokinetics Psychiatry Solid Organ Transplantation Click here for the Summer 2015 Internship Pamphlet.