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PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residents

Emily Duff PharmD

Emily Duff, PharmD

School of Pharmacy: University of Rhode Island
PGY1 Residency: Baystate Medical Center

Hometown: Marshfield, MA
Email: emily.duff@baystatehealth.org
Professional interests: MICU, emergency medicine, and academia
Personal interests: Traveling, going to the beach, watching sunsets, and dogs

What attracted you to Baystate Medical Center?

While researching residency programs, I was initially attracted to Baystate Medical Center because of the opportunities and rotations offered, in addition to the fact that it is an academic medical center and level one trauma center. After interviewing and talking to preceptors and current residents, I instantly felt a connection to the program and the people. Pharmacy is so well integrated into the healthcare culture at Baystate and the teams are always inclusive and value the pharmacist's input. It is a great place to learn and grow as a new pharmacist. This program and this hospital have so much to offer, and I am so grateful I get to spend another year here!

What is your favorite thing about living in the area?

I have lived in Massachusetts my whole life but have never visited western Massachusetts before. I still have a lot to explore, but I really enjoy the scenery. I am looking forward to hiking and doing more outdoor activities, especially during the fall. Springfield is in a very central area that allows for travel to Boston, Cape Cod, Connecticut, New York, and many other places which is great for weekends trips. Also, I am looking forward to trying new restaurants.

What are you most excited for this year?

I am excited to be able to practice for another year in an academic medical center alongside leaders in the profession and medical field. I’m looking forward to advancing my knowledge and gaining experience in critical care areas, as well as work alongside all the amazing preceptors and my wonderful co-residents.