Providence Health and Services - Oregon


Residency Information:

Providence Health and Services
Type of Residency: 
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
Accreditation Status: 
ASHP Accredited
Length of Program: 
1 year
Number of Positions: 
Application Deadline: 
January 2, 2019 
Starting Date: 
June 24, 2019 (contact RPD for details)
Estimated Stipend: 
Onsite Interview: 
Educational/Special Requirements: 

*NMS Code 158213 for Providence Portland Medical Center. NMS Code 158221 for Providence St Vincent Medical Center. Providence Health and Services in Portland offers a unique approach to residency training through regionalization of our residency program. The resident is provided with an opportunity for rotations throughout our integrated health system, accounting for more than 1000 inpatient beds as well as ambulatory, home infusion, specialty pharmacy, and managed care services. Residents participate in a wide variety of rotations, work with interdisciplinary teams, hone practice management techniques, and participate in delivering advanced pharmaceutical care. Specific strengths of the program include internal medicine, oncology, critical care, emergency medicine, cardiology, infectious disease, surgery, global health, pediatrics/neonatal care, administration, primary care, ambulatory geriatrics, managed care, home services, specialty pharmacy, and anticoagulation management. Residents participate in CityWide Residency Conferences, have the opportunity to pursue the Oregon Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (OPTC) with local Colleges of Pharmacy, and gain valuable leadership and practice management skills. Providence residency programs are built upon a tradition of excellence and commitment to developing leaders within the pharmacy profession. 

Fringe Benefits: 
Medical and dental insurance, paid time off 23 days per year (includes vacation and holidays).
Special Features: 
Eligibility for Oregon pharmacist licensure required. Application through PhORCAS must include letter of intent, college transcripts, curriculum vitae, and three completed recommendation forms within PhORCAS from references. Please encourage references to provide detailed comments on the recommendation form. Please note: There are two large medical centers (~500 beds) that serve as primary sites for the residency program. Applicants must apply to either Providence Portland Medical Center (NMS 158213) or Providence St Vincent Medical Center (NMS 158221) or apply to both sites separately through the National Matching Service.


Contact Information:

First Name: 
Last Name: 
Van Devender
Regional Program Manager, Clinical Pharmacy Education/ PGY1 Residency Program Director 
Providence Health and Services, Oregon Region 
Providence Portland Medical Center 
4805 N.E. Glisan Street 
Phone Number: 
(503) 215-3950