Pharmacy Residency Programs
Advancing pharmacy practice through residency programs
As a steward of the advancement of pharmacy practice, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS) proudly supports several Pharmacy Residency Programs. These postgraduate training programs are focused on advancing skills in direct patient care, patient care service development, practice management and operational excellence. Residents will learn to demonstrate professional leadership and to develop lifelong learning and self-assessment skills. These skill sets can then be applied in future practice settings and professional endeavors.
With over 300 client facilities in 44 states (plus the Caribbean), over 37 years in the Pharmacy Services industry, and 1600+ pharmacy professional employees, CPS is the nation’s leading independent pharmacy services provider. CPS assists health systems with a range of pharmacy issues, including pharmacy management, financial performance, clinical competency, regulatory compliance, and remote order entry.
Each CPS-supported, ASHP-accredited residency program is administered at the individual health system. In addition to the on-site preceptors, CPS corporate team members support residency efforts through participating as preceptors, assisting with resources and providing travel allotment. CPS is extremely supportive of residency training, as it ensures growth beyond entry-level professional clinical and operational competence, development of leadership skills, and a better workforce.
CPS sponsors a PGY-1 residency at Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in downtown Chicago. Residents will gain experience providing a wide range of pharmacotherapy, educational, and medication management services to patients, providers, and staff in a community medical center setting.
Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS) and the State Office of Pharmacy Services (SOPS, Commonwealth of MA) jointly sponsor a PGY1 residency with an emphasis on long-term care.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC), is a 456 bed acute care teaching hospital, located in a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Colton, California (about 60 miles East of Los Angeles).