Intermountain Healthcare is pleased to offer multiple opportunities for qualified candidates to complete PGY1 and PGY2 residency training in their areas of interest.

PGY1 Hospital

Intermountain Healthcare is an ASHP-accredited multi-site residency program where PGY1 residents are based out of a designated home facility but have opportunities to complete rotations at other sites.

  • Intermountain Medical Center (5 positions)
  • LDS Hospital (1 position plus the 1st year drug information resident)
  • McKay-Dee Hospital (2 positions)
  • Primary Children’s Hospital (2 positions)
  • Utah Valley Hospital (3 positions)

PGY1 Community

  • Intermountain Healthcare (2 positions)

PGY1 Managed Care

  • SelectHealth (2 positions)

PGY1/PGY2 Drug Information (Medication-Use Safety and Policy)

  • LDS Hospital / Intermountain Healthcare Drug Information Center (1 position – 2 year commitment)

PGY2 Specialty

  • Ambulatory care (2 positions)
  • Cardiology, Utah Valley Hospital (1 position)
  • Critical care, Intermountain Medical Center (1 position)
  • Emergency medicine, Intermountain Medical Center (1 position)
  • Pediatrics, Primary Children’s Hospital (1 position)
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PGY1 Residencies

Our PGY1 residencies provide training in a variety of practice settings to meet individual professional goals in preparation to become highly skilled practitioners.

PGY2 Residencies

Tailored toward individual resident interests, our PGY2 specialty residencies provide core and elective rotations at multiple site locations.


Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency

Experiences unique to Intermountain Healthcare’s Health-system Pharmacy Administration Residency Program include enrollment in the Advanced Training Program in Healthcare Delivery Improvement Program, with training in outcomes research, quality improvement, informatics, and more.
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Drug Information Residency

The combined PGY1/PGY2 Drug Information Residency at Intermountain Healthcare provides residents with 2 years of specialized training within a large, integrated health care delivery network. Upon completion of this program, the resident will be prepared to work as a specialist in drug information, medication policy, formulary management, or medication safety in a variety of practice settings. 

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How to Apply for the Program

Application process information and online links are available for candidates interested in our post-graduate residency programs.