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PGY-2 Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital

101 W. 8th Ave., Spokane, WA 99204


At Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital, we believe strongly in the effectiveness of patient-centered, clinical pharmacy practice. It’s a philosophy that’s supported across the Providence organization. Through our PGY-2 HSPAL Residency Program, you will gain the foundational skills and experiences necessary in leading healthcare and especially health system pharmacy forward.

As a HSPAL resident at PSHMC, you will have a wide variety of learning opportunities in various areas of health system pharmacy that will build on your PharmD education and PGY-1 skills to promote independence, innovation, growth and leadership. The program aims to train competent practitioners that can assume high level supervisory, management, and leadership responsibilities. This one-year PGY-2 training offers abundant experiences and exposures in areas of pharmacy administration including medication use systems and technology, medication safety, regulatory and quality assurance, human resources management, budget and financial management, purchasing and procurement, and formulary and utilization management.

How to Apply:

To be eligible for the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center Residency, please complete the following via PhORCAS by March 26, 2022:

  • A letter of general introduction and interest, stating reasons for applying
  • An updated resume or curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of professional recommendations

Interview and Hiring Process:

For the residency class of 2022-23, we will be participating in the National Matching Services, Phase II. The application deadline for this program is March 26, 2022. Interviews will take place virtually during the last week of March. One applicant is accepted into the program every year.


The PGY-2 HSPAL Residency Program at PSHMC is in pre-candidate status with American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and will be applying for accreditation for the residency class of 2022-23.

For more information please contact:

Marjan Milani, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Residency Program Director