This 24-month integrated PGY1/2 residency program is designed to develop a broad range of practice skills in the acute, subacute, ambulatory, and long-term care practice environments. The program includes core rotations and longitudinal experiences that are chosen to establish a strong base in pharmacotherapy. Residents choose electives based on their developing career goals. The program prepares residents for board certification in pharmacotherapy and fosters the development of independent, versatile practitioners. The program is also designed to produce well-rounded professionals through innovative experiences in teaching, clinical research, and professional activities. The resident will be required to have heavy involvement in teaching including didactic lectures, small group problem-based cases, and precepting.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited School of Pharmacy; Eligible for pharmacist licensure in the State of Texas
About TTUHSC School of Pharmacy Lubbock Pharmacotherapy Residency Program
The TTUHSC - SOP Lubbock regional campus opened in January of 1998. The campus is located in the main TTUHSC building in Lubbock and deploys students to clinical sites in Lubbock and the surrounding region. SOP faculty in Lubbock have many clinical interests, including adult internal medicine, primary care, geriatrics, pediatrics, community pharmacy and infectious disease research. Their clinical practice sites include University Medical Center, TTUHSC Clinics and the Garrison Geriatric Education and Care Center.
Lubbock faculty and residents also operate the TTUHSC Pharmacy, which provides medications and biologicals to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Montford Unit Regional Medical Facility; the TTUHSC International Pain Institute; and TTUHSC clinics in Lubbock, Odessa and El Paso.