The PGY1 pharmacy residency at HCA Florida Ocala Hospital is a 12-month program where residents will have the opportunity to learn all aspects and responsibilities required of a clinical hospital pharmacist.
The program will have an intensive focus on pharmacotherapy to develop the skills necessary for providing excellent patient care within the pharmacy profession. The resident will focus on evidence-based medicine and participation in the healthcare team to design and manage drug treatment regimens for our patients. Opportunities for the resident will include research projects, medication use evaluations, conference attendance, committee involvement, precepting students, and more to create a well-rounded clinical pharmacist by the end of the PGY1 year.
PharmD or equivalent experience
Eligible for licensure in Florida
On-site interview of selected applicants
Application form submitted through PhORCAS including:
About HCA Florida Ocala Hospital Pharmacy Residency
HCA Florida Ocala is a 323-bed hospital in the heart of the Capital of the World. HCA Florida Ocala is affiliated with HCA Florida West Marion Hospital which is a 222-bed hospital in West Marion County as well as five freestanding emergency departments, HCA Florida Maricamp Emergency, HCA Florida Summerfield Emergency, HCA Florida Trailwinds Village Emergency, HCA Florida Silver Springs Emergency, and HCA Florida Foxwood Emergency. It is a Level II Trauma Center as well as the region’s only comprehensive stroke center. Our hospital system also includes an Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, Wound Care Center and Imaging Center. Other services include orthopedic, cardiovascular, emergency and neurological care, robotic and weight loss surgery and rehabilitation services. In addition, we have multiple Graduate Medical Education Residency programs in coordination with the University of Central Florida that include medical residents in the following specialties: General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Transitional Year and a Surgical Critical Care Fellowship.