Thank you for your interest in the Utah-based pharmacy residency programs at Intermountain Health! Intermountain Health is a non-profit integrated delivery system and one of the largest healthcare providers in the Intermountain West.

  • Our pharmacy residency program provides 12 months of comprehensive postgraduate training through rotation options at multiple sites.
  • We offer several different PGY1 and PGY2 residencies that enable our residents to reach their full potential as pharmacy practitioners.
  • Our residency program has been accredited by ASHP since 2002 and over 230 residents have completed our program.
  • Our graduating residents are competent and confident practitioners in multiple practice environments. They are well-qualified to pursue specialty residency training, board certification, and clinical pharmacist positions.

Our Vision

  • Create the best learning environment for consistent, evaluated clinical pharmacy training
  • Provide the greatest number of training opportunities throughout the enterprise to facilitate the resident’s choice of specialty
  • Develop well-rounded pharmacy practitioners that patients and providers demand to have as part of their healthcare team

What Makes Us Unique

  • Opportunity to train within a diverse, multi-hospital integrated delivery system
  • Numerous PGY1 and PGY2 training programs available; in many cases, PGY1 residents can early commit to a PGY2 specialty program offered by Intermountain Health
  • Multi-site PGY1 program with practice sites spread across 6 hospitals and multiple clinics
  • Large variety of rotation experiences with opportunities to complete off-site rotations
  • Weekly didactic education sessions focusing on leadership, teaching, research, and other professional skills
  • Tailored experience to help you achieve your professional goals
  • Emphasis on resident wellness, resiliency, and "soft skills"
  • Strong preceptor commitment to patient care and resident training 
  • Optional academic teaching certificate offered
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Our Programs

Intermountain Health's pharmacy residencies provide comprehensive training in acute and primary care, practice management, drug policy development and more.

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Application Information

Candidates must graduate from an ACPE-accredited pharmacy program and complete the PhORCAS application process to be eligible.

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Meet Our Residents

Meet the pharmacy residents at Intermountain Health and learn about their professional pursuits, education and personal interests.