UC Davis Health trains our residents to become effective practice leaders and well-equipped clinicians to serve their patients and community.
As part of a top-rated hospital in California which provides world class care in 150 specialties, the UCDH department of pharmacy has board certified preceptors in every specialized practice setting. We are proud to provide our residents a diverse learning experience in both the acute and ambulatory care settings, at various training sites throughout Sacramento, California.
Our programs will be available for interview at the following times (listed in EST):
Administration: By appointment
Cardiology: By appointment
Infectious Diseases: By appointment
Medication Safety and Policy: 12/7 1000-1400; 12/8 1400-1800
Oncology: 12/7 1000-1400 and separately by appointment
Pain & Palliative: 12/7 1400-1800; 12/9 1400-1800
Pediatrics: 12/6 1400-1800; 12/8 1000-1400 and by appointment
For more information on each program, please visit our website: https://health.ucdavis.edu/pharmacy/Residency/index.html
Eligibility for California licensure
PhORCAS submission of Pharmacy School transcript
Letter of intent
Three letters of recommendations (one from a PGY1 preceptor, and one from the PGY-1 program director)
Letter writers to comment on 7 of 13 characteristics
Certification of completion of PGY1 residency
Additional Salary Information: 21 days of Paid Time Off (PTO), 6 days Extended Sick Leave, and 4 days for Professional Development.
About UC Davis Health
UC Davis Health is improving lives and transforming health care by providing excellent patient care, conducting groundbreaking research, fostering innovative and interprofessional education, and creating dynamic, productive partnerships with the community.
Our institution is a 625-bed academic medical center with 200+ clinics, a Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, rapidly expanding specialty pharmacy services, a Level 4 NICU, and a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center.
The UC Davis Medical Center residency program was established in 1984 and has grown to include specialized training opportunities to match the dynamic needs of the profession including 3 PGY-1 programs, 10 PGY-2 programs, and a PGY-1/PGY-2 HSPAL program.