University of Missouri - Kansas City / L&S Pharmacy
University of Missouri-Kansas City PGY1 Community-based Residency Programs
Location: Charleston, Missouri
L & S Pharmacy is a second-generation community practice pharmacy caring for patients, working with other healthcare providers, and continuing to be an integral part of their community’s healthcare team. In 2023, L&S Pharmacy added a clinic, SEMO Rx Care and Coordination Clinic to the pharmacy in Charleston, MO. Expansion on this clinic is rapidly occurring, with a vision of being an “in-between” clinic for primary care. Despite its rural location, L&S is an innovative pharmacy practice and participates in grant opportunities that allow the expansion of pharmacy services.
What you will do
Advocate for patients in a rural, underserved area by caring and leading with integrity
Explore clinical interests and develop sustainable services
Educate patients, local physicians, and health departments on innovation in healthcare
Lead clinical service projects
What it takes to be successful
Passion for serving a rural, underserved community
Strong work ethic
Willing to explore opportunities, “Not all pharmacies are the same”
Applicants must have a Pharm.D. or equivalent experience and be eligible for licensure in Missouri. Candidates should submit a completed application, academic transcript, curriculum vitae, letter of intent and three letters of recommendation using the completed standardized reference found in PHORCAS. Qualified candidates will be invited for an on-site interview and selection will take place through the ASHP Residency Match Program. Refer to the ASHP Residency Directory listing for the current application deadline.
About University of Missouri-Kansas City PGY1 Community-based Residency Programs
University of Missouri-Kansas City has partnered with nationally-recognized community-based pharmacy practices to provide PGY-1 residency training. UMKC Community-based residencies will provide experiences in direct patient care, pharmacy management, clinical service development, research, teaching, and professional advocacy. These residency programs develop confident practitioners and effective and innovative leaders who will advance the profession and improve community health by providing superior patient care in a financially sustainable manner.