If not a licensed pharmacist in the state of Alaska at the start of the program, the resident should have applied for licensure prior to that time and obtain licensure during the residency by August 31. At minimum, an Alaska Intern License is required to start the program.
About Providence Alaska Medical Center
Providence Health & Services, the third largest not-for-profit health system, is committed to improving the health of the communities it serves, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Our system includes more than 82,000 caregivers (all employees) serving in a diverse range of ministries from birth to end of life, including acute care, physician clinics, long-term and assisted living, palliative and hospice care, home health, supportive housing and education.
In July 2016, Providence Health & Services came together with St. Joseph Health to form a new parent organization, Providence St. Joseph Health. Together our family of organizations employ more than 119,000 caregivers/employees serving 51 hospitals, 829 physician clinics and a comprehensive range of other health, educational and social services in metropolitan centers and rural settings across seven states – Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.