Pharmacy Practice Residency Program
Program Description and Goals
The UT Southwestern Medical Center Pharmacy Practice Residency Program is an ASHP-accredited health system pharmacy practice program. The Residency Program will accept three PGY-1 resident positions for the 2015–2016 academic year.
Residents will select five elective rotations to meet their professional goals in addition to the orientation to pharmacy operations and practice related to required experiences in acute care, critical care, infectious disease, cardiology, and pharmacy administration/management. After training in acute care, ambulatory care, and practice management, residents should possess the knowledge and skills needed to enable them to provide a high level of clinical service, and pharmaceutical care throughout their careers as well-rounded practitioners and practice leaders.
Candidates must graduate from an ACPE-accredited pharmacy program with a doctor of pharmacy degree (or equivalent combination of education and clinical experience) with a minimum GPA of 3.1 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants must be eligible for Texas licensure and are expected to obtain licensure as a pharmacist in Texas within the first 90 days of the start of the program year.
Recruitment and Selection
Interested candidates must submit an application on PhORCAS no later than January 5, 2015.
Once completed applications are reviewed, competitive applicants are invited to attend an on-site interview in February. Applicants must register with the Resident Matching Program and submit their rank order list.
Salary and Benefits
Pharmacy residents are classified as full-time, benefits-eligible employees of UT Southwestern. They are paid a competitive salary and also receive a benefits package that includes enrollment in the Teacher Retirement System (TRS) or optional enrollment in the Optional Retirement Program (ORP); health, dental, and life insurance; and various staff discounts. They also are afforded travel benefits to attend the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in December and the Texas ALCALDE Residency Conference held each spring.