Pharmacy residents completing this residency program will be capable of providing compassionate and proficient direct patient care in a community hospital practice environment. The resident will practice alongside highly-skilled pharmacists providing pharmaceutical care in internal medicine, cardiology, critical care, nutrition support, infectious diseases, emergency medicine, ambulatory care, and pharmacy leadership and administration practice. Multiple elective rotations are available and can be individualized. The resident will be a part of various multidisciplinary teams and committees. In addition, the resident will participate in educational activities of Pharm.D. students from Auburn University and Samford University, medical students from Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, nursing staff, and pharmacy staff at Jackson Hospital and Clinic.
The pharmacy resident applicant must be a graduate from an accredited pharmacy school and be eligible for licensure in Alabama.
The applicant must submit:
Completed application submitted through PhORCAS by January 6, 2019
Letter of intent/Personal Statement
Official academic transcripts from college or school of pharmacy
Three letters of recommendation
The Residency Advisory Council reviews applications once stated criteria are met. Interviews are not guaranteed due to limitations of time, space and economic capacities even if above criteria are met.
About Jackson Hospital and Clinic PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency