General Residency Information
University of Virginia Health has supported postgraduate pharmacy education since 1991 when the PGY1 Pharmacy residency was first accredited by ASHP. Since that time, the following PGY2 residencies have been established: Drug Information (1998 - 2017), Critical Care (2002), Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership (2010), Oncology (2011), Pharmacy Informatics (2011), Solid Organ Transplant (2013), Infectious Diseases (2015), Pediatrics (2015), Cardiology (2017), PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy (2017), Emergency Medicine (2019), and Ambulatory Care. All programs are ASHP-accredited.
See individual residency program page for further information.
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General Program Information
|Application deadlines:||See PhORCAS for individual program deadlines|
|Starting date:||July 1st (Mandatory GME orientation in late June)|
Picture Credit: Hayley Spear
All names are listed from left to right
Front: Alecia Guishard, Carolina Pham, Mia DeMarco, Jeanette Lahoud, Jessica Donald, Noora Hashim, Mel Sokol, Abigail Mathes
Middle: Emily Fitch, QingXiang Mo, Nicole Glatz, Hanna Hadad, Stephanie Hannon
Back: Emily Bowman, Ashleigh Corrado, Linda Allworth, Gabriele Quaranta, Evan Meadows, Steven Astrachan, Corey Johnson, John Parker
ACLS training and certification (required)
Teaching and Learning Certificate (optional)
Hoo's News - UVA Health Pharmacy Residency Newsletter
See the latest news regarding past and present residents, preceptors, and the various programs. (Hoo's News Archive)
Awards and Honors
Find out more about awards and honors at University of Virginia Health System
The University of Virginia PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program was selected as the 2017 recipient of the ASHP Foundation Residency Excellence Program Award
The University of Virginia PGY1-Pharmacy Residency Program was selected as a recipient of the ASHP Residency Expansion Grant for 2015-16
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