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The purpose of Mobile Infirmary’s Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) pharmacy residency program is to build on the 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.

The Infirmary Health System has offered post-graduate training opportunities for pharmacists since 2005. The PGY-1 program is comprised of three traditional positions and two non-traditional positions. Traditional residency training is completed over the course of one year while non-traditional training (offered to current employees) is completed over two years. The residency experience is rigorous and time intensive; consisting of ten rotations, a residency research project and manuscript, and several other longitudinal projects designed to evaluate and optimize patient care at Infirmary Health and meet the goals and objectives of residency training set forth by ASHP’s accrediting standards.

How to apply:

All applicants must be registered with the ASHP Residency Matching Service and application items must be submitted via PhORCAS. Please do not submit materials directly to the RPD. Applications will be reviewed and qualified candidates will be invited for an on-site interview.

For more information, feel free to contact Elizabeth Oglesby, RPD or 251-435-4769

About Mobile Infirmary
Infirmary Health’s flagship hospital, Mobile Infirmary, was founded in 1910 and is a 689-bed community-based, adult hospital that also houses a rotary rehabilitation hospital and the region’s only long-term acute care hospital. Mobile Infirmary is among the leading hospitals in the state for surgical volume, has a comprehensive cardiovascular program with a hybrid OR/Cath lab, has a renowned cancer program with surgical, radiation, and medical oncology, and is a certified thrombectomy-capable stroke center. As the largest non-governmental, non-for-profit healthcare provider in the state, Infirmary Health serves 11 counties in southern Alabama and George County, Mississippi and treats more than 1.4 million patients per year. Through its partnerships with local communities and annual charitable funding for community programs, Infirmary Health remains committed to bettering community health.