Rutland Regional Medical Center is offering a comprehensive postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency.
The purpose of the PGY1 pharmacy residency program is to build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
Our program is a 12-month postgraduate curriculum that is designed to build upon their existing knowledge of medication-related care by providing frequent and direct patient care experience. Our residents will develop important problem-solving skills, as well as an understanding of their accountability and responsibility to their patients. Residents will also work to develop autonomy as they build relationships with other health care providers.
The residency program is designed to offer an individualized training plan for each resident based on their interests, goals, and past experiences. Residents are required to complete core rotations to build a strong knowledge base and have the opportunity to select elective rotations based on their area of interest. Residents will also learn to monitor and assess their own performance to continually improve their practice during their residency and beyond. Residents will work to progress over the course of the residency to be more efficient, effective, and independent in providing high quality direct patient care.
We participate in the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS).
The following candidate application materials must be uploaded into PhORCAS by January 2, 2023:
1. Letter of intent (cover letter)
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Three (3) PhORCAS Reference Forms. Supplemental uploads are not required.
4. Official college of pharmacy transcript
To ensure full consideration of your application, we highly recommend that you upload your application into PhORCAS well in advance of the deadline.
Each applicant must be eligible for licensure in the State of Vermont. All residency applicants should be familiar with the requirements for pharmacist licensure.
The biggest community hospital in Vermont and the second largest hospital in the state, Rutland Regional Medical Center has been providing high quality healthcare to the Rutland Region for more than 100 years.
As the needs of our community have grown and changed, so has Rutland Regional, adding services, staff and facilities. Today, Rutland Regional Medical Center is a 144-bed hospital, employing over 1,600 professional and support staff including 242 providers trained in 37 specialty areas. Providing preventive, diagnostic, acute and rehabilitative services, Rutland Regional Medical Center serves Rutland County, portions of southern and central Vermont and communities in eastern New York State.
The hospital’s medical staff is supported by excellent nurses, high quality diagnostic and ancillary services and a broad array of sophisticated equipment technology, including advanced diagnostic imaging, a top-of-the-line linear accelerator used in the treatment of cancer patients, and a diagnostic Cardiovascular and Angiographic Lab.
At Rutland Regional we manage and adapt to change and growth while continuing our focus on a high standard of personalized, quality medical care, a...dding key specialties to serve community needs, and focusing on attracting and recruiting highly trained doctors, nurses and staff. We are committed to providing the services, both in and out of the hospital, required to maintain the health of not just our patients, but the entire community.