Spartanburg Medical Center is dedicated to preparing pharmacy residents to assume positions as well-rounded hospital pharmacists or pursue second year postgraduate training in a specialty field. The twelve month postgraduate curriculum will provide exposure and practical experience in decentralized clinical services, pharmacokinetics, medication safety, pharmacy education, clinical pharmacy specialty services, departmental and organizational administration, clinical research, and pharmacy staffing. Spartanburg Medical Center offers a diverse array of rotations including critical care, internal medicine, pediatrics, infectious disease, cardiology, emergency medicine and optional experiences in ambulatory care. Residents will have the opportunity to present formal lectures, provide in-services, precept students, and develop a residency project. Residents will also have the opportunity to complete a teaching certificate offered through collaboration with the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy.
Graduate of ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy. Eligible for South Carolina license (please note South Carolina intern hour requirement of 500 hours in addition to maximum of 1000 intern hours obtained through pharmacy school). Please submit academic transcripts, curriculum vitae, three recommendation forms, and letter of intent via PhORCAS (please see website for specific format of letter of intent).
About Spartanburg Medical Center
Spartanburg Medical Center is located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains convenient to Atlanta, Charlotte and a short drive to Charleston. Spartanburg Medical Center is a level 1 trauma center with greater than 100,000 ER admissions, an accredited stroke center, a level III NICU, a nationally accredited chest pain center, and an MD Anderson oncology affiliate. Spartanburg Medical Center is also affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, and the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine.