Residency Program Structure
Each resident will undergo an Orientation and Training rotation that focuses on operational functions, which are the backbone of pharmacy services.
Following the Orientation and Training rotation, residents will complete eight required and three elective rotations. These rotations are flexible and based on each PGY-1 resident’s interests. Each rotation will last five weeks, with the exception of the Orientation and Training rotation (four weeks), research (four weeks) and NICU (two weeks).
The rotation sequence is determined by each resident's interests and career goals. For residents interested in completing a PGY-2 residency program, the focus will be on aligning pertinent experiences prior to the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting.
- Teaching certificate program
- Research projects (MUE for ASHP Midyear, research project for Pharmacy Residents Conference)
- Pharmacy Practice Management
- Transitions of Care
- Education series (Renal, Psych, Medication Safety)