Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC)

Address:
76 Stuart Street
Kingston, ON, K7L 2V7

Director:
Megan Riordon, BSc (Pharm), RPh, ACPR, DPLA
Pharmacy Manager Clinical Practice 

Coordinators/Contact:
Bonnie Ralph, BPharm, RPh, ACPR
Phone: 613-549-6666 ext. 6897

Hannah Selkirk, BPharm, RPh, ACPR

Megan Zalewski, BScPhm, RPh, ACPR

For more information, please visit the KHSC website at: http://www.kingstonhsc.ca

Program

Type: General
Focus: Advanced Practice Drug Therapy Management
Established in: 1981
# Positions: 4
App. deadline: October 14, 2021.
Starting date: Usually first week of July or first week of September (e.g. 2 residents in July, 2 residents in September) 
PRAMS: Additional requirements to complete the Pharmacy Residency Application and Matching Service (PRAMS) application should be sent through PRAMS when applying to Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) program by the application deadline: Please include a response to the following question (250 words or less) “What is it about Kingston Health Sciences Centre that makes it an ideal site to complete your residency?”  
Est. stipend: $43,325 per annum. Part-time evening and weekend hours are available at pharmacist wages. No on-call.
Benefits: % in lieu of benefits
Vacation/holiday leave: 10 days
Education/conference leave: 5-10 days

Program highlights: Designed and conducted in accordance with CPRB Accreditation Standards. Our goal is to develop competent and progressive hospital pharmacy practitioners and future leaders of the profession. Our program provides residents with experience in all aspects of hospital pharmacy practice. An individualized plan is developed for each resident at the beginning of the program which takes into consideration the resident's background and personal learning objectives. At the conclusion, the resident will be able to: work independently as a staff pharmacist, communicate effectively with patients and hospital staff, demonstrate independent thinking and problem-solving skills, provide pharmaceutical care, demonstrate basic research and/or project management skills in at least one area of pharmacy practice.

Minimum required credentials: Entry Level Pharmacy Degree (e.g. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, PharmD); licensed or eligible for licensure with the Ontario College of Pharmacists. A completed criminal reference check/vulnerable sector search will be required prior to employment.

Organization

Type: Acute care teaching hospital
Number of beds: 500
Sites: Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario
Affiliation: University of Toronto (for residency program), Queen's University

Residents

2021-2022
Spencer Candy
Adam Magill
Kiarah Shchepanik
Kristen Wierda

2020-2021
Joanna Bailie
Kendra Carroll
Leah Egan
Briana Genge

2019-2020
Kathryn Carson
Daniel Grant
Brianna Kispal
Kerstin Surgenor

2018-2019
Richard Li
Tessa Senneker
Lily Zhang

2017-2018
Leigha Laporte
Lisa Sun
Brittany Wagner
Willa Zhang

2016-2017
Hardit Khuman
Angela Lee
Ruyi Wang
Megan Zalewski