Pharmacy Residency Programs:

PGY-1 Residency

Our ASHP accredited PGY-1 program has been training residents since 1984. This one year program provides the opportunity to develop advanced pharmacy practice skills in a progressive community hospital setting.

Upon completion of this training program residents are prepared to successfully assume clinical pharmacy roles within health-systems practice. This may include transitioning to advanced training in the form of PGY2 residency programs and/or fellowships. They are also prepared to assume teaching responsibilities for future practitioners. 

Learn more about the PGY-1 Residency Program.


PGY-2 Infectious Diseases Residency

Our PGY-2 program (currently under accreditation review by ASHP) in an ongoing, annually- funded residency.  We have trained 4 Infectious Diseases residents since 2002. This one year program provides the opportunity to develop advanced pharmacy practice skills in a progressive community hospital setting.

Upon completion of this training program the resident is prepared to successfully assume a clinical pharmacy role within an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP), to direct an ASP, to form an ASP, and/or to transition into advanced training such as a fellowship. The resident is also prepared to assume teaching responsibilities for future practitioners. 

Learn more about the PG-2 Infectious Disease Residency Program.