PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
Options for Advancing your Clinical Career
Providence St. Mary Medical Center is a small rural hospital that serves southeast Washington and northeast Oregon. Our PGY1 residency is a one-year clinical and administrative program designed to meet the three main requirements outlined by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists, including acute patient care, practice foundation skills and practice management. Currently, we have four PGY1 positions available.
As a pharmacy resident, you will benefit from our unique training program that takes advantage of the wide variety of rotations and learning experiences within both acute and ambulatory care settings, and an affiliation with Washington State University College of Pharmacy offering you academic opportunities, a teaching certificate or both. Everything you learn about pharmacy practice will be based on our patient-centered Mission of providing compassionate care.
St. Mary Medical Center Pharmacy Residency Program Objectives
The pharmacy department is dedicated to providing the pharmacy resident with the skills, opportunities and knowledge to become a competent pharmacy practitioner. Pharmacy residents will receive guidance and mentoring to foster a professional attitude toward the profession of pharmacy.
This residency program is designed to provide a broad overview of institutional pharmacy practice and is tailored to meet the needs of each resident. It offers learning experience opportunities to the resident, including:
- Internal medicine
- Critical care
- Infectious disease/antimicrobial stewardship
- Transitions of care
- Ambulatory care
- Emergency medicine
- Clinical management
- Pharmacy management
Graduates will be prepared to provide advanced pharmaceutical care services to a wide variety of patients in diverse practice settings.
Interested candidates must participate in the ASHP resident matching program and complete applications in the PhORCAS portal.
National Matching Service Code: 165813