To build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for PGY2 pharmacy residency training.
Candidates interested in pursuing PGY2 training and/or careers as clinical pharmacists in the acute care setting are encouraged to apply.
Aurora BayCare Medical Center
Aurora BayCare Medical Center is a full-service hospital providing care to the Green Bay area and communities throughout northeastern Wisconsin. It consistently ranks as one of the best hospitals in northeastern Wisconsin by U.S. News & World Report. Among Aurora BayCare’s specialty services are critical care, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, neurology, women’s health and neonatal intensive care.
Residents gain experience in drug policy, administration and patient care, and customize their residency based on individual needs and interests.
For a list of learning experiences, see Program Graduation Requirements.
Each pharmacy resident also completes a residency project. Pharmacy residency projects are practice-based and align with the department’s strategic plan. Residents formally present their projects at a statewide conference and receive the opportunity to publish their work.
You must complete general and program-specific requirements, including core and elective learning experiences, to graduate from your residency program.
All Pharmacy Residency candidates must complete an on-site interview. Interview dates cannot be rescheduled.
Our program’s most important assets are our people. Becoming a pharmacist requires two key ingredients: a motivated learner and a motivated teacher. Our preceptors, with diverse backgrounds in pharmacy, are excellent role models and teachers to our exceptional learners.