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Pharmacy Residency Program

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) Department of Pharmacy


Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) is an award winning 501-bed hospital located in Washington State and is part of the Providence Health & Services/Swedish which operates over 30 hospitals across five states in the Western United States. PRMCE is a nationally recognized Stroke Center and has consistently been rated as one the top 100 cardiovascular hospitals nationally. As a Level II trauma center, PRMCE operates the busiest Emergency Department in the state of Washington and one of the top-25 busiest nationally. The pharmacy department takes a proactive role in the improvement of medication practices by utilizing current technology to create medications use processes that are efficient, safe and cost-effective.

Our pharmacists practice collaborative drug therapy management in both acute and ambulatory care settings. The pharmacy department received a system-level President’s award for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in 2011 and has a long history of precepting pharmacy students. Practice Rotations are available to the resident in a wide variety of specialties.

Training in Acute and Ambulatory Care

At PRMCE, pharmacy services are dedicated to the organization’s overall mission to provide exceptional patient care through our core values of Justice, Excellence, Respect, Compassion and Stewardship. During your residency training you will have a chance to develop advanced skills in a progressive pharmacy department. The program takes advantage of the many services provided at PRMCE and offers a broad selection of rotations to meet your specific professional goals. Through our PGY-1 program, you will gain the broad experience necessary for a successful career as a clinical pharmacist. We have affiliations with both the University of Washington and Washington State University Schools of Pharmacy.

Academic opportunities

Residents will have ample opportunity to precept pharmacy students (IPPE, APPE), interns, and give presentations to pharmacists, physicians, nurses, patients and other caregivers. All residents will complete a major year-long project.