KPNW pharmacists work collaboratively with healthcare practitioners across the care continuum including inpatient, outpatient, transitions of care, home infusion, oncology, ambulatory care, academia, and administrative settings. With outpatient pharmacy services in nearly all of our medical offices, KPNW promotes pharmacy as an integral part of the healthcare team. KPNW pharmacists are valued and influential at every level of our organization.
KPNW is advancing the scope of pharmacy practice by developing opportunities for population management and direct patient care services in a variety of clinical specialties. With more than 50 collaborative drug therapy management protocols and authorized pharmacist prescribing, pharmacists have ample opportunity to provide direct patient care across a variety of settings.
Examples of CDTMs the PGY1 Resident is involved with: • Diabetes • Dyslipidemia • Hypertension • International Travel Clinic • Anticoagulation • Oncology
Graduate of an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited (or ACPE candidate status) school of pharmacy.
Must be licensed as an Intern Pharmacist in the state of Oregon by the first day of the residency.
Must be licensed as a Pharmacist in the state of Oregon within 90 days and Washington by December 31st.
Candidates must be registered in the National Matching Services, Inc. (NMS).
Candidates must participate in the ASHP Matching Program.
Program NMS Code: 152313 and ASHP Program Code: 94003
Kaiser Permanente’s Pharmacy Residency Program offers pharmacy graduates the opportunity to gain clinical and leadership skills in an innovative, award-winning integrated care delivery system. Working with high-caliber, experienced and qualified preceptors, residents experience first-hand how our seamless care improves outcomes, patient satisfaction, and affordability.
As the nation’s largest not-for-profit health care organization, we provide residents exposure to a wide spectrum of pharmacy specialties like ambulatory care, oncology, informatics, and many others. Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy Residents make significant contributions to research that continually improves care and pushes forward the practice of pharmacy. They also experience the satisfaction of serving the community through free clinics and volunteer opportunities. In addition, our residents give back to the profession by participating in pharmacy school and professional association events.
Caring for our communities for 75 years, Kaiser Permanente Northwest serves over 620,000 members in the Portland metro area, from Eugene, Oregon to Longview, Washington. Approximately 1020 pharmacy employees provide services ...in 26 pharmacy locations and 2 hospitals.
The Kaiser Permanente Northwest PGY1 Pharmacy residency is a 12 month, multi-site program in the Portland-metro area. The KPNW PGY1 Residency has an ambulatory care focus and cultivates the development of leadership and clinical skills to allow residents to provide evidence-based and patient-focused care, setting them up for a career that serves to advance pharmacy practice.