The pharmacy residency program at University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center offer residents the opportunity to advance their skills and knowledge in patient care and pharmacy operational services and to further the development of leadership skills that can be applied in various practice settings. Our residency program is customized for each resident, based on their individual goals, interests, and experience. All residents are required to complete rotations in core areas that are considered to be essential to the practice of pharmacy. Elective rotations are available to provide the resident flexibility in pursuing individual goals. Upon successful completion of the program, individuals are awarded a residency certificate.
Core Rotations (5 weeks)
Medical and Trauma Intensive Care
Neonatal Intensive Care
Medication Safety/ Drug Information
Elective Rotations (5 weeks)
Antimicrobial Stewardship/ Infectious Diseases
Any of the above core rotations may be repeated as electives
Residents may complete rotation off-site pending schedule and preceptor availability
Regularly attends and participates in hospital committee meetings
Participates in quality improvement initiatives
Completes residency research project
Completes at least one Medication Use Evaluation (MUE) and drug monograph
Staffing in inpatient pharmacy every other weekend
Participates in Code Blue
Pharmacist, nurse, and provider in-service
Co-precepting student pharmacists in clinical rotations
Residents must be licensed in the state of Maryland 30 days after their start date.
About University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center
UM Prince George’s Hospital Center is an acute care teaching hospital and regional referral center. We are committed to sustaining an innovative environment for our providers and students to help them deliver exceptional patient care. Our new regional medical center is set to open in 2021.