About the Program

The specific program for each resident varies based upon his or her goals, interests and previous experience. However, all residents are required to complete experiences in core subject areas considered to be essential to the pharmacy practitioner. A broad range of elective experiences are available to permit the resident flexibility in pursuing individual goals.

Additional learning experiences aimed at producing a well-rounded pharmacist include the development and completion of a major project related to pharmacy practice, development of oral and written communication skills, patient education, participation in various departmental administrative committees and practice in various pharmacy areas throughout the institution. Upon conclusion of the program, trainees are awarded a residency certificate.
St. John’s Hospital also offers a PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency Program focusing in areas of inpatient infectious diseases services, antimicrobial stewardship and academia. Upon completion, the resident will be prepared to take on a clinical specialist role at a community or academic institution and obtain faculty status at a college of pharmacy.

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Benefits Package

Travel & PTO

Frequently Asked Questions

Pharmacy Residency Program FAQs

Pharmacy Residency Application Process

Applicants to the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program

Pharmacy Residency Program Overview

A Wide Variety of Opportunities