PGY1 Community-based & PGY2 Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership/Masters
The 24-month Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership (CPAL) residency combined with a Mater’s Degree is designed to provide the participant with a foundation in pharmacy leadership and management with an emphasis in community, ambulatory, and specialty pharmacy services in integrated health systems. The primary objective of the program is to prepare pharmacists to assume leadership positions in organized health care settings, with an emphasis on settings such as community pharmacy, specialty pharmacy, and home infusion services.
Graduates of the program will have competencies leading and managing complex medication distribution model, navigating evolving payment models in the outpatient setting, developing and leading diverse teams, and implementing and optimizing evidence-based and patient-centered clinical services. Residents will gain the business tools and knowledge to understand and analyze the changing nature of today’s complex medical delivery systems, plus the resource management skills and savvy to anticipate and respond to those changes. The CPAL Program is designed to offer a strong foundation for residents including robust PGY1 community pharmacy clinical experiences within the fully integrated health system of Johns Hopkins Medicine, as well as diverse operational, clinical, and financial management rotations in the home based, community, ambulatory, and acute care settings. The two-year residency is combined with a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A) with an emphasis in Health Care Management (54 credit hours) or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Health Care Management (36 credits hours) from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.
Candidates must be a graduate from an accredited College of Pharmacy and eligible for Maryland licensure. Johns Hopkins Home Care Group Pharmacy Services currently does not sponsor candidates for H-1B status to work as pharmacy residents. The PGY1/2 Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency Programs participate in the National Matching Service and abide by all terms of the ASHP Residency Matching Program. All applicants must be registered with the National Matching Service. Information on eligibility and registration may be found at: http://www.natmatch.com/ashprmp/. Interested candidates should apply online through the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). For more information about PhORCAS, go to: http://www.ashp.org/phorcas. The application must include the following:
Letter of Interest
Three (3) PhORCAS Recommendation Forms
Official Academic Transcript from Pharmacy School
Following receipt of the application via PhORCAS, selected candidates will be invited for an on-site interview. The deadline to submit all application materials in PhORCAS is January 2nd.
Candidates interested in the PGY1/2 Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency Program are encouraged to register and participate in the Personnel Placement Service (PPS) at the ASHP Midyear Meeting. Candidates should contact the Residency Program Director (RPD) via the PPS portal and schedule an interview in advance of the ASHP Midyear Meeting. PPS interviews may not be available if the candidate waits to schedule a PPS interview onsite at the Midyear Meeting. Candidates will have the opportunity to learn more about the program details and interview with the RPD and preceptors at PPS.
About Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group (JHHCG) is a diverse and inclusive, fully integrated member of Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) serving as an integral component of the healthcare continuum by supporting the JHM mission of safe, quality patient care, education, and research. JHHCG strives to be the preeminent home care provider to the Johns Hopkins community by integrating comprehensive home care service and products through a single point of access, utilizing clinical expertise and exhibiting outstanding service excellence. Johns Hopkins Pharmacy Services, which is part of JHHCG, provides community, specialty, and infusion pharmacy services for the Johns Hopkins Community.