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Pharmacy Residency

Boston Medical Center Pharmacy Residents

Pharmacy Residency Program Overview

The residency programs at BMC help pharmacy residents build the skills required for providing contemporary pharmaceutical care to a diverse patient population. Boston Medical Center currently offers 13 total positions in 7 different pharmacy residency programs. There will be 7 PGY1 residents, with the remainder of positions dedicated to PGY2 specialty programs in Ambulatory Care, Critical Care, Emergency MedicineInfectious Diseases, Internal Medicine and Oncology.

Pharmacy Residency Program Application Information

The BMC residency programs are designed around the ASHP program requirements. We are proud to have been involved in pharmacy residency training for over 30 years. Our graduating residents are well-prepared to pursue specialty residencies, advanced patient care positions, and clinical faculty positions.

For general residency inquiries, please email [email protected]

Annual Report

The BMC residency programs invite you to review our annual report for further insight into our program. Inside we detail the residency programs quality work, strong relationships, and diverse opportunities that present themselves to our residents yearly.

Building the Future Pharmacy Residency 2015-2016 Annual Report

Upcoming BMC Pharmacy Residency Events

  • ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting Residency Showcase
    • Monday, December 3rd, 2018 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm
    • Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, Booth 4154

BMC Pharmacy Residency Program Recruitment Update

Click on the status below (if available) to be directed to our PPS site

Program Number of Positions Recruitment Status
PGY-1 (General Track) 6 Open
PGY-1 (International Track) 1 Open
PGY-2 Ambulatory Care 1 Open
PGY-2 Oncology 1 Open
PGY-2 Infectious Diseases 1 Open
PGY-2 Internal Medicine 1 Early Committed
PGY-2 Critical Care 1 Open
PGY-2 Emergency Medicine 1 Early Committed

Application Deadline for all BMC Residency Programs: January 2, 2019