The resident will spend the first 12 months developing a firm clinical foundation by completing clinical rotations in a variety of settings. The resident will begin to gain exposure to pharmacy operations and Department of Pharmacy Services administration through completion of projects and involvement with pharmacy leaders. Upon completion, the resident will earn a PGY1 certificate.
The primary practice sites for the UW Medicine combined PGY1/PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency program are the University of Washington Medical Center Montlake and Northwest Campuses and Harborview Medical Center. The program provides the Executive Master of Health Administration (MHA) residents or the Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management (MHIHIM) residents 14 months of training in health system leadership practice: clinical and operational management, patient safety and process improvement, management of financial resources, human resources management, and advanced leadership development. The program offers flexibility which allows the residency to be tailored to the specific goals of the individual. The aim of the program is to prepare residents who can assume high level managerial, supervisory, and leadership responsibilities. Concurrent with rotations, the resident will be enrolled in either the Executive MHA Program or the MHIHIM Program through the University of Washington School of Pharmacy Health.
We are accepting applications for both the EMHA and MHIHIM programs.
When requesting a PPS interview, please include in the message which Masters Program you are interested in.
Applicants who are interested in UW pharmacy residency program must apply through ASHP’s Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS) and submit required documents by January 2nd, 2024.
Qualifications of the resident:
Completion of PharmD Degree from an ACPE-accredited College or School of Pharmacy
Must be eligible for licensure in the State of Washington Appointment to this residency program is contingent upon eligibility for employment according to the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which requires employers to certify eligibility of employees not born in the United State. UW Medicine does not offer VISA sponsorship.
UW Medicine COVID 19 vaccination policy requires all staff (including new hires) to provide documentation that they have received the 2-dose vaccination series AND a booster(s) or complete a declination process. This must be done prior to the official start date for new hires.
UW Medicine Department of Pharmacy Services offers several ASHP-accredited postgraduate PGY1 and PGY2 residencies. While the specific mix of offerings may vary from year to year, each residency provides twelve months of intense pharmacy practice training. Flexibility built into our programs allows each resident to tailor a program to fit their individual goals. Our goal is to help our residents develop the advanced skills and competencies needed to assume leadership roles within the profession.
UW Medicine Pharmacy Residency Programs: UWMC – Montlake/UWMC – Northwest/Harborview Medical Center/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
- PGY1 Pharmacy
- Health System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership/M.S. (PGY1/2)
- Ambulatory Care (PGY2)
- Critical Care (PGY2)
- Infectious Disease (PGY2)
- Investigational Drugs & Research (PGY2)
- Oncology (PGY2)
- Pain Management and Palliative Care (PGY2)
- Psychiatry (PGY2)