This hospital based PGY-1 program strives to develop skilled acute care practitioners and pharmacy leaders. Core rotations include general or family medicine, emergency medicine, critical care, infectious diseases, ambulatory care, and administration. Other experiences include a major project, medication use evaluations, code blue participation, leadership opportunities, inpatient pharmacy operations and a teaching certificate program. Elective learning experiences offered include trauma/surgical/neuro critical care, psychiatry, pediatrics, women’s health, cardiology, acute geriatrics, oncology, advanced emergency medicine and advanced psychiatry. Experiences can be tailored to fit the resident’s specific goals.
PharmD degree from an ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy
Eligibility for pharmacist licensure in California
Registration with ASHP Resident Matching Program
Application must be submitted via PhORCAS by December 30, 2018:
Letter of intent
School of pharmacy transcript.
PhORCAS reference form from 3 references, two of which are clinical preceptors. Comments are required for at least 8 characteristics evaluated. The "Narrative comments" section is required. Program-specific comments are encouraged. Reference writers must complete all fields in the standardized PhORCAS reference section - no separate letter of recommendation is required.
ASHP Residency Match number
An on-site interview is required for selected applicants and is usually scheduled for mid-Jan. to Feb.
National Matching Service Code: 208313
About Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital & Trauma Center
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (ZSFG) is the safety net hospital and only Level 1 Trauma Center for the vibrant City and County of San Francisco. One of the finest public hospitals in the country, SFGH serves a very diverse patient population and is known for its quality trauma, psychiatric, and HIV care. Our physicians are UCSF faculty and residents, and we are a training site for pharmacy residents and student pharmacists from UCSF. In this dynamic setting, the Department of Pharmacy Services provides quality patient-centered care with compassion and respect.