PGY1 Pharmacy Residency

Program Structure

Pharmacy residents complete 12 months of learning experience rotations including both core required rotations and an elective rotation.  The goals, objectives, and learning activities for each rotation are developed by preceptors and the Residency Program Director and expectations are shared with the resident before the start of each rotation.

Required Longitudinal Electives
Orientation Research Project Transitions of Care
Informatics Medication Safety Investigational Drugs
Neonatal ICU Professional Services Other- Additional rotation experiences such as Pediatrics, may be offered at affiliated institutions or developed on-site to meet specific interests of the resident
Infectious Disease  
Critical Care  
Internal Medicine  
Emergency Department  

Program Facts


The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program conducted by Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, in Burbank, California, is accredited by the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP).

  • The residency program was established in 2009.
  • Number of resident positions per year: 1
  • ASHP program code = 92015