The Albertsons Companies PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency program provides a wide array of opportunities to ensure your professional development in community-based pharmacy practice. As a resident with Albertsons Companies, you will:
Join a tradition of excellence Learn from experienced leaders in community-based pharmacy residency training.
Excel in clinical practice Develop and deliver patient care services that impact patient outcomes within your community and within the company.
Build your professional network Engage with corporate and local leadership, university faculty, and co-residents to establish career-building and lifelong relationships.
Teach with confidence Participate in teaching certificate programs and further enrichment in research and precepting through our college partnerships.
Fulfill your potential Graduate ready to succeed in positions that make an ongoing impact in community pharmacy practice.
Albertsons Companies offers 16 residency positions across the United States. Our programs are accredited, or are in the accreditation process, by ASHP and the American Pharmacists Association.
The residency program is 12 months in duration, beginning in June/July
Salary and Benefits
Each resident will receive a competitive stipend and benefits package. Support for attending regional and national professional meetings is also available.
Applicants for each program must have graduated with the Pharm.D. degree and be eligible for pharmacist licensure in the state of practice at the time they start the residency.
Applicants must be motivated, self-directed, and have excellent communication skills.
Work experience in community pharmacy, as well as a commitment to pursuing a career in this setting is desirable.
About Texas A&M College of Pharmacy
The Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy opened its doors to students in 2006 to meet a critical need in the South Texas community. Today, 42 percent of graduates from our fully-accredited program have returned to South Texas to help underserved populations as Aggie pharmacists.