Our ASHP-Accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is a structured and advanced education and training experience that provides the foundational skills required to become competent and confident clinical practitioners, and future leaders in pharmacy practice. Our residents develop knowledge and skills in direct patient care, with experiences in both acute and ambulatory care settings, providing them with the opportunity to be successful in multiple practice environments, or to build upon the foundation with enrollment into advanced training programs. Our clinical pharmacy specialists hold a scope of practice with prescribing authority and manage pharmacist-led clinics, such as primary care (diabetes, hypertension, lipids, COPD, tobacco cessation, anemia), mental health, and anticoagulation. Residents also receive training and experience in teaching through our affiliation with Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville School of Pharmacy (SIUE-SOP), and are provided the opportunity to obtain a teaching certificate, as well as adjunct faculty status, at SIUE-SOP.
*VA Form 10-2850D - Application for Health Professions Trainees
*OF-306 - Declaration for Federal Employment
♦ U.S. Citizenship
♦ Doctor of Pharmacy from accredited College of Pharmacy
♦ Eligible for pharmacist licensure
♦ January 4, 2019
About VA Illiana Health Care System
Since 1898, our buildings, facilities, patients, and missions have changed, but remaining constant is VA Illiana Health Care System's endeavor in improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our Nation. Danville is the 8th oldest VA facility, but continuous improvements to the structure allow us to better serve the men and women who have so proudly served our Nation. Services are available to more than 150,000 Veterans living in the surrounding 34-county areas of Illinois and Indiana. The main hospital campus is located in Danville, Illinois. We also offer services in five Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) located in Decatur, Illinois; Mattoon, Illinois; Peoria, Illinois; Springfield, Illinois; and West Lafayette, Indiana.