Residency Programs: Pharmacy Residency (PGY-1)
The PGY-1 residency provides the resident with experience and training in acute
care, ambulatory care, drug information, drug use policy development, practice management
As a member of the health-care team, the resident assumes responsibility and accountability
for safe and appropriate drug therapy and efficient delivery of patient care. The
resident is actively involved in teaching and research activities of the department.
The program offers flexibility and provides a strong foundation in all areas of
pharmacy practice and is ASHP accredited. A teaching certificate program is also
available through the University of Florida.
Core rotations of the program consist of departmental practice management, ambulatory
practice, therapeutic policy management, internal medicine and critical care (medical
critical care or surgical/trauma critical care). Elective rotations can occur in
cardiology, clinical research, academia, emergency medicine, neonatology, surgery,
transitional care/geriatrics, poison control/toxicology, nutritional support, nephrology,
ambulatory practice management, neurology, pediatrics, OB/GYN, neurological critical
care, oncology, infectious disease, informatics or any of the core rotations.
Thanh Hogan, Pharm.D.
Twelve months, beginning in July
- 10 days of personal leave
- 5 paid holidays
- Professional leave for conferences and interviews
- Health insurance
- Dental coverage
- Life insurance
- Educational and professional travel allowances
Eligibility requirements for the residency program include the following:
- Graduate from an ACPE-accredited college or school of pharmacy with a Doctor of
- Eligible for licensure in the State of Florida – all residents must take their exams
prior to the start of the residency
- On-site interview
- For non-resident alien applicants, authorization for employment that is valid through
the residency period is required
- Letter of intent
- Current curriculum vitae
Letters of recommendation
from three (3) professional sources
- Official transcript of applicant’s pharmacy coursework and grades
The application deadline is Jan. 9, 2013.
Application materials should be submitted through PhORCAS.
Shands Jacksonville Pharmacy Department
655 West 8th Street, C-89
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Phone: (904) 244-4157
Fax: (904) 244-4272
Applicants can email firstname.lastname@example.org
to check on the status of their application. After the application is complete and
reviewed, the residency selection committee will notify selected applicants to arrange
an onsite interview.