Pharm _residency

General Program Design and Requirements

The Marshall Pharmacy/Marshall Health residency is a community-based and ambulatory-care-focused 12-month post-graduate program that begins around July 1st each year. The goals and objectives of each rotation are designed to meet or exceed American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) standards while allowing enough flexibility to develop the specific learning interests of each resident.

The PGY1 Residency Program is structured as follows:

  • Core Rotations – 11 required rotations, 1 month each
  • Elective Rotations – the resident and residency director will agree upon one elective rotation, 1 month in duration
  • Longitudinal Learning Experiences – ongoing training throughout the residency year

Core Rotations:

  • Orientation
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Internal Medicine 1
  • Internal Medicine 2
  • Family Medicine 1
  • Family Medicine 2
  • Oncology
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
  • Transitions of Care
  • Project/Research

Elective Rotations:

  • Repeat a core rotation
  • Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDs
  • Academia
  • Endocrinology
  • Others

Longitudinal Learning Experiences:

  • Academic (will receive a Teaching Certificate)
  • Pharmacy Management
  • Pharmacy Service
  • Research Project
  • Patient Centered Medical Home

Requirements to Complete the Residency Program

  • Yearlong research project
  • 1-2 regional or state continuing education presentations
  • Preparation of at least one manuscript suitable for publication
  • Presentation at Eastern States Regional Residency Conference
  • Presentation at ASHP Midyear

Staffing Component
Each resident will staff the out-patient pharmacy every other weekend and will be required to take call during that weekend.

Professional Conferences
Midyear Clinical Meeting and Eastern States Regional Residency Conference

Salary and Benefits
Estimated stipend is $47,500. 10 vacation days and medical insurance

Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Practice

Program Code: 39014

National Matching Service Code:

Start date: First Monday preceding July 1 annually

Number of positions: 2

Application Process: 1/15/18

Program Contact: Brittany Riley, Pharm.D.,