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Pharmacy Residency Programs

Quality Of Practice

  • Pharmacy managed clinics
  • Opportunities for use of clinical skills
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Quality relationships with patients and providers
  • Opportunities to positively influence patient care
  • Use of technology (Electronic Health Record, dispensing automation ) to provide quality pharmaceutical care
  • Diverse practice settings
The Indian Health Service is now accepting applications for the PGY1 2009-2010 residency year. There are IHS Pharmacy residency programs throughout the United States.

The Indian Health Service residencies offer an excellent opportunity to learn in a progressive practice setting how to help improve the healthcare of Native Americans. Enjoy learning in a multidisciplinary and friendly team environment. The practice setting, cultural diversity, and recreational opportunities will make this your most rewarding pharmacy experience!

IHS residencies are accredited by American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).

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