The ASHP Accredited Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) Residency Program at the UVA Health PWMC strives to develop clinical pharmacists who provide optimal patient care and safety. Upon graduation, the resident will develop quality professional leadership skills along with competent functionality in various inpatient pharmacy practice roles. Successful residents would be eligible for board certification, post graduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training, or pursuing a clinical pharmacist position.
Our program is composed of six (6) required and three (3) elective rotations that provide learning experience in clinical, operational and administrative aspects of pharmacy. The goals, objectives and evaluation processes are established in accordance to ASHP standards. The program provides flexibility to meet the needs and interests of each individual resident while also providing a high-quality foundation in developing professional practice skills.
Required: Orientation, Internal Medicine I&II, Critical Care I, Infectious Disease, and Administration.
Electives: Critical Care II, Emergency Medicine, NICU, and Transitions of Care
Upon completion, residents will gain the following skills:
Direct patient care skills with focus on: chronic disease, anticoagulation, infectious diseases, neonatology, transitions of care and pharmacotherapy consults
Teaching and precepting skills
Team working skills and resiliency
Project management and drug information
How to Apply
Interested applicants should apply for consideration by using the PhORCASTM. Please submit your application through this service no later than December 31st
If you are interested in more details about our program please visit out website: https://www.novanthealthuva.org/careers/novant-health/career-choices/pharmacy-residency.aspx
Residency Program Director Contact: Gina J. Lee, PharmD, BCPS (XJG5YT@uvahealth.org)
A Doctor of Pharmacy degree and eligibility for immediate licensure by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy is required.
UVA Health Prince William Medical Center (PWMC) is a 130-bed acute care hospital providing a 24/7 emergency room and
has earned ‘A’ grades for quality and safety for eight consecutive evaluation periods. Services include a wide range of highly skilled specialists including a nationally recognized heart and vascular services with state of the art cardiac cath services, stroke care, critical care, level III NICU, women’s health, outpatient infusion and surgery, and behavioral health.