Kaiser Permanente Georgia’s Managed Care Pharmacy Residency program is designed to train the pharmacy resident in various aspects of managed care, as well as ambulatory care in an integrated healthcare delivery environment.
Upon completion of the residency, the resident will be prepared for positions in Ambulatory Care, Drug Utilization Management, Medication Therapy Management (MTM), Drug Information, Transitions of Care, Pharmacy Benefits, or for PGY2 training in area of choice through the integration of clinical, administrative, and business management skills. The program prepares its graduates to function independently in a variety of outpatient settings and become eligible for board certification and/or PGY-2 specialty training.
Dual ASHP/AMCP-accredited 12-month residency
Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee involvement
Population health and drug utilization learning opportunities
Access to a robust electronic medical record
Participation in Atlanta Pharmacy Residency Information Exchange (APRIE) journal club
Interested candidates must be slated to graduate from an accredited College of Pharmacy (or candidate status) and licensed as an Intern Pharmacist in the state of GA by the start of residency. All applicants must be eligible for licensure in Georgia and obtain a Georgia pharmacist’s license by September 1st.
Competitive stipend for the 2020-2021 residency year ($50,000)
Benefits includes medical/dental/vision, vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, travel support
We would really enjoy meeting you. Interested candidates are invited to schedule an interview via Virtual PPS (search for Kaiser Permanente Georgia) or visit us at the virtual Residency Showcase on Tuesday, December 8th, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. EST.
Following ASHP Midyear, interested applicants should electronically submit the following items via PhORCAS: a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, pharmacy academic transcripts, and three letters of reference by January 1st, 2021.
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