The Ralph H. Johnson VAMC offers a 12-month, PGY1 residency. The goal of the residency is to develop the resident's skills and competency in providing patient-centered care as part of multi-disciplinary teams. We develop pharmacist clinicians for patient care positions, adjunct faculty or faculty positions, or PGY2 training. Education and training will involve patients in the ambulatory care and acute care settings. Research and continuing educational activities are encouraged and are made available to the resident.
The Ralph H. Johnson VAMC is offering a 12-month Health-System Pharmacy Administration PGY2 residency. The goal of the residency is to develop the resident's skills necessary to conceptualize, implement, and evaluate pharmacy services. Education and training will involve practice sites in the Inpatient, Outpatient, and Decentralized Ambulatory Care Services. Research and continuing educational activities are encouraged and are made available to the resident.
Clinical Pharmacy Services:
The Charleston VA Medical Center offers an exciting and progressive clinical pharmacy environment with many opportunities. We currently employ 30 clinical pharmacy specialists in primary care clinics, specialty care clinics, geriatric medicine, anemia, nutrition, adult inpatient medicine/surgery, mental health, intensive care, and administration. In addition to the residency program, we provide clinical rotation sites for pharmacy students from the SC College of Pharmacy, MUSC and USC Campuses, South University College of Pharmacy, Mercer University, and University of GA.