Program Specifics

Duration: 12 months (PGY1)

Number of Positions: 2

Application Deadline: January 4

Starting Date: July 1

Stipend: $47,476

Interview Required: Yes

Time Off: Residents will receive 22 days of time off to be used for sick days, professional meetings, vacation days, holidays, interview days, etc.

Service to the Institution

PGY1 residents are required to staff during the residency year. It is required that the resident become a licensed pharmacist. Information on becoming licensed in Colorado can be found by visiting the Colorado State Board of Pharmacy.

Benefits

All residents funded by Good Samaritan Medical Center will receive the same benefits listed below will be included:

  • Healthcare: Residents are provided the same medical and dental insurance options as full time employees
  • Pagers and Mobile Phone: All residents will be supplied a pager or phone at the beginning of the residency program
  • Office: Residents will have a designated office
  • Travel: Each resident is given a stipend to assist in meeting the expense of travel to professional meetings as approved by the program director (required meetings include the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists midyear meeting and the Western States Residency Conference)

Contact

John Flanigan, Pharm.D., BCNSP
john.flanigan@sclhs.net
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Critical Care
Director, PGY1 Residency Program

Good Samaritan Medical Center
Department of Pharmacy
200 Exempla Circle
Lafayette, CO 80026
303-689-5227