The CAVHS Pharmacy Residency Program offers a well-rounded curriculum with experiences in both acute care and ambulatory care settings. As the referral center for VA Medical Centers in our region, CAVHS provides the opportunity to care for a variety of patients. The CAVHS residency program has enjoyed a rich history that dates back to 1974 and boasts the graduation of over 200 residents. Our graduates currently serve in various roles, including clinical positions at various facilities, clinical coordinators, and faculty positions at Colleges of Pharmacy.
All residents must be United States citizens and have graduated from an American Council on Pharmaceutical Education accredited college or school of pharmacy. Applicants must meet requirements for federal employment, including physical exam. PGY1 residents are required to obtain a pharmacist license from any US state no later than 90 days from the start of the residency.
CAVHS will accept residency applications through PhORCAS only. Application requirements include: