William Osler Health System

Etobicoke General Hospital
101 Humber College Blvd.
Etobicoke, ON M9V 1R8

Brampton Civic Hospital
2100 Bovaird Drive East
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7

Regional Director of Pharmacy: Patricia Mosnia

Residency Coordinators:

Brampton Civic Hospital:
Rakhi Goel, BScPhm, ACPR
Phone: 905-494-2120, ext. 57841
Pager: 416-714-4750
Fax: 905-494-6500

Peel/Etobicoke General Hospital:
Hina Marsonia, BScPhm
Phone: 905-494-2120, ext. 29590, 29489
Fax: 905-863-2518

Administrative Assistant:
Leanne Kairis
Phone: 905-494-2120, ext. 57830
Fax: 905-494-6500

Residency Program

Type: General 
Focus: See description below
Established in: 2003
# Positions: 1
App. deadline: October 15, 2018 - 5:00 p.m. EST. 
Additional PRAMS requirements to complete the Pharmacy Residency Application and Matching Service (PRAMS) application: Email Leanne Kairis  (max 250 words) a program specific essay describing your reasons for your interest in applying specifically to William Osler Health System Residency Program by the Pharmacy Residency Application Matching Service (PRAMS) deadline.
Est. stipend: $20.25/hour
Benefits: % in lieu of benefits

Program highlights: A general pharmacy residency program that emphasizes the development of skills for the provision of pharmaceutical care to patients. The residency program adapts evidence based practice and problem solving skills to various clinical practice settings such as general medicine, cardiology, critical care, nephrology, emergency medicine, surgery and psychiatry.

Required rotations:

  • Drug Distribution and Intravenous Admixtures: 3-4 weeks (B, E, P )
  • Drug Information and Drug Use Evaluation & Critical Appraisal: 4 weeks (B, E, P )
  • Practice Management: 2 weeks (B, E, P )
  • Research Project: 8-10 weeks (B, E, P )
  • General Medicine: 6-8 weeks (B, E)
  • Teaching: 1-2 weeks (B, E, P )
  • Vacation: 2 weeks
  • Conference Attendance: 2 weeks

Elective rotations:

  • Cardiology: 3-4 weeks (B, E)
  • Emergency Medicine: 3-4 weeks (B, E)
  • Pediatrics and Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU): 3-4 weeks (B)
  • Nephrology: 3-4 weeks (B)
  • Psychiatry: 3-4 weeks (B)
  • Oncology: 3-4 weeks (B)
  • Critical Care Medicine: 4 weeks (E, B)
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship & Infectious Diseases: 4-6 weeks (B,E)
  • Acute Pain Services: 1-2 weeks (E)
  • Palliative Care Medicine: 3-4 weeks (B)
  • Centre for Complex Diabetes Care (Ambulatory Rotation): 2-3 weeks (P)
  • Complex Medicine & Urgent Medicine Clinic (Ambulatory Rotation): 2-4 weeks (P)
  • Centre for Seniors and Rehabilitation (Ambulatory Geriatrics Rotation): 2-3 weeks (P)


Type: Multi-site acute care community hospital; Affiliation with the University of Toronto
Number of beds: 786
Sites: Etobicoke General Hospital (E), Brampton Civic Hospital (B), Peel Memorial (P)
Affiliation: University of Toronto


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