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About Our Residency

Program structure

Pharmacy residents complete 12 months of learning experience rotations including both core required rotations and an elective rotation. The goals, objectives, and learning activities for each rotation are developed by preceptors and the Residency Program Director and expectations are shared with the resident before the start of each rotation.

Required

  • Orientation
  • Informatics
  • Neonatal ICU
  • Infectious disease
  • Administration
  • Oncology
  • Critical care
  • Internal medicine
  • Emergency department

Longitudinal

  • Research project
  • Medication safety
  • Professional services

Electives

  • Transitions of care
  • Investigational drugs
  • Other: Additional rotation experiences such as pediatrics may be offered at affiliated institutions or developed onsite to meet specific interests of the resident.

Compensation and Benefits

The appointment period is 12 months from July 1st through June 30th. The most recent salary information for the Pharmacy Resident position can be found at the ASHP Residency Listing for PSJMC.

The Pharmacy Resident is a full-time position and qualifies for Providence employee benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, as well as paid vacation time. Providence offers life insurance, retirement plans, and other employee discount programs.

Residents also receive their own work area, hospital phone extension, travel and registration reimbursement for residency related conferences

Program Facts

The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program conducted by Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, in Burbank, California, is accredited by the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP).

  • The residency program was established in 2009.
  • Number of resident positions per year: 1
  • ASHP program code = 92015