Pharmacy Residency Programs

Emory’s Pharmacy Residency Programs emphasize the development of clinical practice skills, teaching abilities and research aptitude. Each residency program is an organized, supervised training program that provides the resident the opportunity to conceptualize, integrate and transform accumulated experiences and knowledge into improved drug therapy for patients. The program instills the concept that pharmacists are directly responsible and accountable for optimal drug therapy outcomes. The residency provides a training environment that embraces the current understanding of pharmacy practice, with constant encouragement for the resident to participate in the design of the future of the profession. The program is individualized, allowing for appropriate adjustments in duties, responsibilities and experiences to ensure that each resident has an educational path defined that provides the opportunity to realize the program goal by the end of the residency program.

Rotations are available in a wide variety of practice areas under the support and guidance of preceptors who challenge the residents and encourage independence. Residents also participate in a teaching certification program and gain experience in the fundamentals of research through completion of a research project.

There are two Pharmacy Residency Programs offered through Emory Healthcare. Click the links below to learn about each program.

Emory University Hospital/Emory University Hospital Midtown

Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital


Emory University Hospital/Emory University Hospital Midtown

Emory University Hospital/Emory University Hospital Midtown offers a Post Graduate Year One (PGY-1) residency program, as well as Post Graduate Year Two (PGY-2) residencies, in critical care, internal medicine, nutrition support and oncology.

Please visit the Emory Pharmacy Residency site for more detailed information and application instructions.

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Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital

Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital offers a Post Graduate Year One (PGY-1) residency program.

View the informational flier for more information.

The program’s ASHP listing is located here.

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