Ambulatory care pharmacy residency programs
Postgraduate year 2 (PGY-2) ambulatory care pharmacy residency
The Norton Healthcare PGY-2 ambulatory care pharmacy residency program began in 2015-2016. The purpose of the residency program is to prepare PGY-1 trained pharmacists in the specialized practice focused on the care of patients in the ambulatory care setting.
Current and Former Residents
Former resident: Christie Lee Scott, Pharm.D., University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, 2014
PGY-1: Norton Healthcare, 2015
PGY-1 research topic: Identifying Operational Barriers to Initiation of Appropriate Antimicrobial Therapy Following a Positive Blood Culture
Salary and Benefits
All pharmacy residents are eligible for full Norton Healthcare employee benefits. The PGY-2 ambulatory care pharmacy resident is salaried and receives a stipend of $52,000 plus benefits. The position requires a commitment of one calendar year. The estimated start date for the PGY-2 ambulatory care pharmacy residency program is approximately July 1.
Benefits at a glance
- Medical insurance
- Vision insurance
- Dental insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off: 15 days, including holiday, vacation, sick and personal time
- Professional liability insurance
- Office space with computer for each resident
- Travel stipend available for various professional meetings (covers registration, travel, hotels, and meals)
- Free parking
Applications for the Norton Healthcare PGY-1 pharmacy residency must be accessed through the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). PhORCAS is a web-based tool that brings residency application material together in one location. This is designed to benefit the programs, resident applicants and reference writers to streamline the residency application process.
To apply to this residency program, go to the PhORCAS applicant webpage. Refer to PhORCAS for the application deadline.
Number of positions: 1
Start date: Approximately July 1
- Application through PhORCAS
- Letter of intent/personal statement
- Curriculum vitae
- Three reference submissions completed via PhORCAS
- Official college transcript
- Kentucky licensure or eligible for Kentucky licensure upon graduation
For additional information, contact:
Maggie Mangino, Pharm.D.
Clinical Pharmacist Specialist
200 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 629-6857
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