Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) Residency Opportunitites
There are two ASHP-accredited Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) residency positions administrated by The University of Montana Pharmacy Practice Department. All positions are located at Community Medical Center in Missoula, Montana. The residency includes rotations in Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Ambulatory Care, Pain Management, NICU, and Pediatrics and are flexible according to resident interests. A longitudinal rotation in education, with opportunity for small group instruction and preceptorship for the Pharm.D. program at The University of Montana, is also offered. Residents will interact closely with active clinical pharmacy programs, family practice physician residency program, and private practice physicians at each site. The estimated stipend is $41,500. Benefits include medical/dental/life insurance, annual leave, sick leave, and professional development funds for travel to ASHP Midyear and Residents' Conferences.
Information on the site and residency program is available below. Applications are due January 4th. The UM Residency Program participates in the ASHP PHORCAS program. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Riveyat 406-243-6796 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pharmacy Practice Residency at Community Medical Center
This 151-bed community hospital began its residency program in July 2001. This general medicine hospital offers advanced clinical pharmacy services, including a pharmacist-managed Pain Protocol, and serves as a teaching site for students at The University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy.
- Residency Handbook--updated July 2016
- Residency position description
- Typical residency year overview
- Learning Experience Descriptions
- Teaching Certificate Program
International Applicants: Unfortunately we are unable to sponsor visas for international residents, as we do not have allocated resources for the visa fees. Applications are welcome for those non-US citizens with a green card or current visa that will be valid throughout the residency year. Applicants must have graduated from an ACPE-accredited college of pharmacy.Page updated 7/15/2016