Pharmacy residency programs
Norton Healthcare’s pharmacy residency programs prepare graduates for positions as acute care pharmacist clinicians in a multihospital health system or for pursuing a second year of specialized postgraduate training.
Residents develop knowledge, skills and competence in a broad range of pharmaceutical services for diverse patient populations. Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Children’s Hospital, Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital provide a robust and comprehensive training environment for various aspects of the residency program. Each hospital maintains its own pharmacy department and leadership while participating in a system matrix organizational model. Each site can offer a unique facet to the customized training plan for residents.
Residents can expect to hone their clinical service delivery skills within a model of practice excellence and leadership.
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