The PGY1 residency program of Emory Healthcare utilizes the collective assets of the Emory Hospitals to train and educate residents in contemporary pharmacy practice in an organized health-care system so that the resident may:
Function effectively as the pharmacist on the healthcare teams.
Utilize practice management skills to promote rational and safe use of medications.
Identify, prevent and resolve medication-related problems for patients in acute health care settings.
Master personal development skills for life-long learning and professional growth.
Gain skills in, as well as contribute to, teaching and research.
B.S. or Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from an ACPE accredited pharmacy school
Georgia pharmacist licensure eligibility
Application submitted through PhORCAS
About Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital
Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital (ESJH) is Atlanta’s oldest hospital. Today, the 410-bed, acute-care facility, part of Emory Healthcare, is a leader in cardiac, neurologic, vascular, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and orthopedic services. ESJH offers patients the latest procedures and treatments by providing its medical staff, comprised of more than 750 physicians, with research services and advanced technology.
As a result of its medical excellence, compassionate care and cost-effectiveness, ESJH has received numerous awards including the distinguished Magnet Recognition for Nursing Excellence. It was the first hospital in Georgia to earn Magnet Recognition and has now earned its fifth Magnet Recognition making it one of only three hospitals – and the only community hospital – in the world to receive five consecutive designations.