The residency program is designed to develop skills in inpatient and ambulatory patient care, and pharmacy practice management. Pharmacy residents are based at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas and are affiliated with the Texas Tech School of Pharmacy.
Pharmacists completing this residency program will become competent practitioners of pharmaceutical care as practiced in an integrated clinical environment. This program offers a positive atmosphere for residents to learn and grow professionally by providing opportunities to teach, collaborate with other healthcare professionals, and provide direct patient care.
Residents are required to complete 10 rotations and one major research project. Flexibility exists for the resident to individualize training to gain advanced skills in his or her area of interest. An optional teaching certificate is available to residents who would like to pursue academia or improve their teaching skills.
Internal Medicine I
Internal Medicine II
Critical Care (MICU)
Administration and Management
Code Blue Response
Surgical Trauma ICU (STICU)
Neonatal Intensive Care
Solid Organ Transplant (off-site)
Bone Marrow Transplant (off-site)
Any of the required rotations may be repeated for an elective experience based on the resident’s areas of interest
Graduate of accredited school of pharmacy
Active Texas pharmacy license, or be
eligible for licensure in Texas
Candidates will be required to undergo a background check prior to employment